Turkish Airlines offers six different flight alternatives every day from Gothenburg to Dubai. All operated as connecting over Istanbul Airport (IST), flights in this route take between 11 and 30 hours in average, varying by the layover at Istanbul. Passengers may be required to change the airports during the layover time in some occasions. Likewise, passengers may need to reach Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) for their flights to Dubai, after arriving at Istanbul Airport (IST) from Gothenburg. Turkish Airlines turns the layover in the journeys between Gothenburg and Dubai into pleasant break by offering privileged services. The passengers with a layover between 6 and 24 hours have a chance to benefit from the sightseeing service Touristanbul complimentarily to explore the charming Istanbul.
The riveting city of Sweden, Gothenburg is the largest port in its region by its location along the North Sea. The city therefore shines out by its commercial and touristic value among the Scandinavian cities. The Gota River flowing through glamorizes the city which succeeds in staying warm despite the cold weather, thanks to the delightful edifices remaining from the Medieval Age, together with its ceaseless motion.
Gothenburg Museum of Art is one of the most favorite stops of the tourists in the city with its collection dating back to the 15th century, whereas the Rohsska Museum and Universeum, serving as a science and research complex get credit from the visitors as well. Hosting attractive art and music performances, Goteborgsoperan stands out by its perfect architectural details as well. Botanical Garden, which is the top delightful verdant space in the city, together with Lisaberg Park offering amusable moments are other remarkable sites in this noteworthy city of Sweden.
Gothenburg hosts two airports: Landvetter Airport (GOT) and Gothenburg City Airport (GSE). Flights with Turkish Airlines from Gothenburg take off from Landvetter Airport (GOT).
It is possible to use the buses to Gothenburg Landvetter Airport (GOT), which is 25 kilometers from the center. These buses departing from the Central Railway Station reach the airport within nearly 25 minutes. Moreover, you may get to the airport swiftly and comfortably also by the cabs serving 7/24 all around the city.
Ranking among the top glorious Middle Eastern cities, Dubai is a stunning tourism destination with large investments, standing out by its exclusive projects. As the shining star of its region, Dubai is cited as the city of artificial islands, sumptuous skyscrapers, colorful shopping malls and luxury brands. During your stay at this brilliant city also remarkable for its splendid beaches and crystal sands, you may visit the tallest building worldwide, Burj Khalifa, and see the popular spots like the Museum of Dubai and Atlantis Water Park, and have a perfect safari tour in the desert.
Dubai hosts two airports serving to the city’s air traffic: Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) and Dubai International Airport (DXB). Passengers holding a flight ticket to Dubai with Turkish Airlines land at Dubai International Airport (DXB).
The most preferred option for reaching the center from Dubai International Airport (DXB) is the cabs. These vehicles are the most frequently preferred means in transport within the city, as the petroleum prices are very affordable countrywide.
Another option would be the municipal buses departing on the way out the terminal building. It would be best to use these buses especially if you are travelling to Daira and Bur Dubai districts. The buses numbered 401 follow the route Baniyas Street and Al Sabkha Bus Terminal, buses numbered 402 head towards Al Ghubabia Bus Terminal in Bur Dubai. You may use the buses numbered 11A, 11C and 64 for getting to Gold Souk Bus Terminal.
In addition, you may take the red colored subway line serving in every 10 minutes from the terminals 1 and 3 to reach the city center.