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Limousine
Updated on 28 May 2015

For the ultimate night out with friends, or to make a real impression, why not hire a chauffeur driven limousine and arrive in style. A limousine ride in Dubai is a great way to see the city and most companies will customise the tour to suit your needs. You can find all types of luxury transportation available and the prices are surprisingly affordable (especially when split between a group of people) and include the driver, insurance, unlimited mileage and soft drinks.

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