Expo City Dubai officially opens its doors

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Around 50 Expo City Dubai staff and their families officially welcomed the first set of guests over the weekend to the "innovation-driven city of the future".

Expo City Dubai’s AED 120 one-day Attractions Pass gives entry to the Vision Pavilion, the Women’s Pavilions, Alif and Terra, which are open daily from 1000 to 1800, with more pavilions to be added as they open.

Alternatively, visitors can purchase individual pavilion tickets for AED 50 per person per pavilion (free for children aged 12 and under and People of Determination).

A trip on Garden in the Sky – not included in the Attractions Pass – costs AED 30 (free for children aged five and under and People of Determination).

Guests were also treated to some of Expo 2020 Dubai’s most popular food and beverage vendors, including traditional Emirati Al Fanar Restaurant & Café, ECCO Pizza & Pasta with its hearty Italian fare and the popular Albaik from Saudi Arabia. Food trucks, including The Mattar Farm Express, B Café, Wofl, Tropicool, Daily Dose and Milky Ice Cream from Poland, as well as French cuisine from La Serre.
 
Tickets can be purchased at www.expocitydubai.com and at ticket offices at Expo City Dubai.

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