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Dnata Travel opens first City Expert kiosk in Dubai

Posted 14 December 2016 · Add Comment

Dnata Travel has opened the first City Expert kiosk in Dubai at The Beach, Jumeirah Beach Residence. The kiosk was officially opened by Steve Barrass, senior vice president, dnata Travel.



A first of its kind in the UAE, the kiosk will allow tourists to book all the best excursions, safaris and attractions that Dubai has to offer in one location. A friendly team of experts on Dubai speaking a variety of languages will also be on hand to assist with bookings and advise customers on how to get the best Dubai experience based on their interests. The kiosk will be open to use from 10am to 10pm daily.

“What sets City Expert apart is the fact that it offers the best excursions and attractions available, coupled with advice from a team of experts to suit your preferences,” said Steve Barrass.  “Dubai has grown into a destination that offers tourists a wide variety of attractions and excursions to experience, and this kiosk will quickly and conveniently provide them with all their information and booking needs. We believe our customers will appreciate the hands-on service and in-depth knowledge that City Expert provides.”

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