Emirates Financial Towers
Emirates Financial Towers - Trade CentreDIFC - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
About Emirates Financial Towers
A twin tower commercial building with a space for urban walk and beautifully lit spaces. The walk comes with great views of Dubai skyline, highly recommend for a late evening stroll.
Located in the business centre of Dubai, the twin towered 27 story high Emirated Finanacial Tower offers a great space for urban walk and skyscapper viewing points which few know exits.
The building has a glass skybridge on the 16th floor connecting the two towers. It also hosts worlds largest automated parking system in the world.
The place is most charming in the late evening and a walk through the roofs and the long outdoor corridoors in between the large buildings is a treat for the eyes. The amount of light works and the extremely tall Dubai skyline not so far away adds to its beautiful charm.
Although shorter than the walk in the Dubai Marina, this place is still worth visiting. Once you are at the building, ask the reception how to reach the terrace and they will guide you through.
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The business hub of the Middle East. It is also a major global transport hub for passengers and cargo. A centre for regional and international trade since the early 20th century, Dubai's economy relies on revenues from trade, tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services.