On June 24th, 2020, Abu Dhabi reopened seven cultural attractions after 101 days of closure. These attractions are Louvre Abu Dhabi, Qasr Al Hosn, Cultural Foundation in Abu Dhabi city, the Al Ain palace museum, Al Ain oasis, Al Jahili Fort, and Qasr Al Muwaiji in Al Ain city.
Travel restrictions are being eased while the number of daily positive cases decreases, and the National Disinfection Programme was completed according to the Emirates News Agency’s announcement. The campaign began across the UAE at the end of March with an effort to contain COVID-19.
The Department of Culture and Tourism Abu Dhabi (DCT) has decided to open some cultural sites in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain city.
Visitors are now able to visit the Louvre museum – one of the top things to see in Abu Dhabi, and it also has a virtual tour available; Qasr Al Hosn – the oldest landmark in Abu Dhabi built in the 18th century.
Strict precautions will be applied in order to make sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience.
After the curfew was finally lifted, the national airline – Etihad Airways announced that 16 flight destinations would be resumed starting from July 1st.
With life is getting back to normal, we will have the first major event in July with the returning of UFC, hosted on Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island, and will be streamed live on TV.