With 305 stores and 69 eateries, Marina Walk is a strollable Jumeirah beachside destination that offers guests excellent entertainment. Cycling or strolling along the walkway will truly make you feel relaxed while taking in the stunning scenery. Additionally, there is a children’s play area. 

Jumeirah Beach Residence Station 2, Marsa Dubai, Jumeirah Beach Residence Station 1 Bus Stop is the closest bus station to Marina Walk, 2.5 kilometers distant. DMCC Metro Station, located 2.1 km from Marina Walk, is the closest metro station.

What are Nol Cards for Dubai Metro?

Like the Oyster card in London or the Metrocard in New York City, the Nol card is a rechargeable ticket that you may top up to receive discounted fares.

In addition, Nol cards can be used to pay for rides on buses, trams, and taxis, among other city public transportation options.

While there are a number of ticket alternatives, most visitors choose the Silver Nol card, which can be preloaded with up to AED 1,000 in credit and is the best choice if you want to use public transportation frequently while visiting Dubai.

Where can I buy tickets for Dubai Metro?

All Dubai Metro stations, bus terminals, and supermarkets like Carrefour, Spinneys, and Waitrose sell single train tickets and Nol cards.

Use the vending machines or visit the ticket booths at each metro station to add more money to your Nol card

Which zone and station make-up the main Dubai Metro System?

There are currently two lines in the Dubai Metro system: Red and Green.

Starting near Dubai International Airport, at the Centrepoint (previously Rashidiya) station, is where the Red Line begins. This route mainly follows Sheikh Zayed Road, the city’s major thoroughfare, stopping at important landmarks and residential areas such as Business Bay, Jumeirah Lakes Towers (DMCC station), Dubai Marina (Sobha Realty station), Burj Khalifa, and The Dubai Mall.

The Red line splits off at Jabal Ali station in two directions. If you’re heading to Expo City Dubai, keep on the train, and it will take you there. However, you will have to change trains at Jabal Ali station if you want to travel in the direction of Ibn Battuta Mall. The Jebel Ali Industrial Area is the last stop on the Red Line, and it stops at UAE Exchange station.

The Green Line connects the historic Dubai Creek with the Etisalat station in the Al Twar neighborhood. You can go along this route to see cultural hotspots, including Deira, the gold and spice souks, and the Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood.

How to reach Dubai Marina?

There are two ways to take the Dubai Metro to get to Dubai Marina:

  • Take the Red Line down to the DAMAC Properties Station. Proceed over the overpass to arrive at Dubai Marina from there.
  • Another option is to depart at the DMCC Station, which is also accessible by the Red Line. To get to the Dubai Marina Mall Station, take the Dubai Tram after crossing the overpass.

The Dubai Marina Metro Station will now be known as (Sobha Realty Metro Station) after "Sobha Realty" was granted the naming rights by Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).

Dubai Festival City and Dubai Marina are 27 kilometers apart. 32.1 km is the distance via road.

Without a car, the best method to go from Dubai Festival City to Dubai Marina is via the metro, which costs between AED 9 and AED 15 and takes 58 minutes.