You love traveling and exploring different places but don't know how to start. Biggest question which comes to our minds is how much it will cost me? What are the best things to do over there? Dubai- The fastest growing business center of the world is offering free transits for Indian travelers. As per reports people traveling through UAE's main city centers of Dubai and Abu Dhabi can stay over and explore these majestic cities. While your connecting flight has a long waiting you can get a transit visa for the next 48 hours and it could be extended up to 96 hours by paying just 50 Dirham (about 960 rs). Back in the year 2016, Dubai Tourism Corporation came out with a new promotional strategy by taking Bollywood Biggie Shah Rukh Khan as the face of Dubai Tourism with a tagline "This is my Dubai- Be My Guest". UAE is already the biggest international destination for Indian travelers. A quarter of flight operators such as Fly Emirates, Fly Dubai, and Etihad Airways operates regular flights between India and UAE. Etihad has 24% shares in Jet Airways which operates on long transit routes between India, Abu Dhabi, and the world. Although most of the people prefer flying by Gulf Air. The decision to grant free 48-hour transit visa will boost tourism in Dubai and in the United Arab Emirates. Now the visitors will get to explore the Beautiful crown cities of the Emirates. Karan Anand from travel major Cox & Kings said: “The move by UAE to exempt transit passengers from all entry fees for the first 48 hours is significant. Travelers who have onward connections can now stay in the UAE and enjoy a range of attractions that the various Emirates have to offer. In fact, this will give a boost to Dubai and Abu Dhabi which are promoting its attractions aggressively in the Indian market. Many new attractions are opening up in these destinations and as Dubai gears up for the 2020 Expo, these measures will boost tourism inflows.” According to Dubai Tourism statistics, Dubai attracted over 2.1 million Indian tourists in 2017 which is 15% more than the previous year.