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Omair bin Khalid

Dubai Dubayy (Dubai)
Timezone: America/New_York

Get around Dubai like a pro with our downloadable metro map!

The Dubai Metro system has been an incredible success ever since its launch in 2009, and it’s only growing in popularity by the day! But if you’re traveling to Dubai for business or pleasure, you might find yourself lost trying to get around with no access to Google Maps. Fortunately, we have the solution with our downloadable PDF map of the Dubai Metro line (including the new extension from Expo 2020)! Just download it onto your phone and you’ll be able to quickly and easily find your way around any part of Dubai! Click Dubai Metro Map 2021 PDF to see intriguing realities about TRN.


Overview of the Cityscape

The city of Dubai is an ocean of skyscrapers and modern architecture, but beneath these sleek towers lies some of world’s oldest settlements. Buried beneath one of world’s largest artificial islands are ancient petroglyphs that date back thousands of years. If you’re looking to explore deeper into Arabian history, you might want to check out The Museum of the Orient where archeological treasures tell stories about early civilizations dating back nearly 10,000 years.


Dubai Metro stops in the Burj Khalifa district

Burj Khalifa is an emirate in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and was named in honor of Abu Dhabi's ruler, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan; it is also known as Burj Dubai. The burj means tower in Arabic. Construction of Burj Khalifa began in 2004 and ended on January 4, 2010.


Dubai Metro stops in the Deira district

Deira is one of Dubai’s most important economic districts, as well as being home to three major ports. An estimated 60 percent of all cargo passing through Dubai enters via Deira. In addition to its economic importance, Deira is also an interesting district, including several historic sites and a thriving restaurant scene. If you’re looking for somewhere new to explore in your free time, check out our Deira guide for some tips on where to visit—and how to get there!


Jumeirah Beach Road / Financial Centre

The JBR / Financial Centre stop is located on both sides of Jumeirah Beach Road, in front of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel and adjacent to Financial Centre. The station provides access to all areas on both sides of Jumeirah Beach Road. It will connect to Mall of Emirates and World Trade Centre in one direction, and Palm Strip and Madinat Jumeirah in another. This is an elevated station.


Al Ghubaiba / World Trade Centre / Emirates Towers

Al Ghubaiba / World Trade Centre is also known as Exchange Square, and it’s located near Dubai Internet City and Al Maktoum International Airport. Emirates Towers are two iconic residential buildings in DIFC. They can be reached using Metro Green Line (Al Jadaf).


Sheikh Zayed Road / Mall of Emirates

Looking for where to find all of your favorite spots? Our Sheikh Zayed Road / Mall of Emirates map details each station, so you can plan out your trip in advance.


Innovation / DIFC / Mirdif

The new network of stations can be found in innovation and DIFC areas of Dubai. The Metro project also extends to Mirdif as part of phase 2. Meanwhile, you can visit other famous places such as Burj Khalifa, Mall of Emirates, Sheikh Zayed Road (E11), Airport Terminal 3 and Jumeirah Beach Residence to name a few. Check out our following map: It has complete details about all places. Enjoy your stay!


The Palm Jumeirah

On Thursday, March 4th, we saw the opening of The Palm Jumeirah, which is considered to be one of Dubai’s most interesting landmarks. This 12 km long island juts out from The Dubailand Project (the world’s largest man-made development) and is built in an archipelago shape similar to that of palm trees.


Marina / Downtown Jebel Ali / Hatta road

The Red Line connects Jebel Ali and Deira, while running through Jumeirah, Karama, and Bur Dubai. The Green Line will serve business hubs in Downtown (Al Raffa), Al Qusais, Oud Metha and Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR). It will also connect to landmarks including Mall of Emirates, World Trade Centre Metro link station and Palm Jumeirah. The two lines intersect at Union Square station.

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