Skip to main content


From mountains to city streets, coral reefs to rivers, the “Trail of Treasures” journey will take visitors across the world, with stops that will appeal to all travel enthusiasts.
Image Credit: WAM

Dubai: Bringing together 192 countries in one location, Expo 2020 Dubai offers visitors the opportunity to cross oceans and continents and experience an array of special global tourist destinations on a self-guided trip.

From mountains to city streets, coral reefs to rivers, the “Trail of Treasures” journey will take visitors across the world, with stops that will appeal to all travel enthusiasts.

The Swiss Pavilion offers visitors the opportunity to “hike” through the fog-covered mountains and wonderful landscapes of the country, and explore its cultural values ​​in a structure inspired by Bedouin tents.

After tasting Swiss chocolate, visitors can explore the unique natural wonders of the world, as well as theater, dance, song, traditional poetry, rituals and ceremonies at the Zambia Pavilion.

The five senses are sure to be called upon at the Austrian Pavilion, where the country’s technological, cultural and natural strengths are in the spotlight.

The Moroccan Pavilion offers the opportunity to travel in the footsteps of the country’s most renowned explorers, as well as to stroll through its most picturesque streets and gardens.

For nature lovers, the Uganda pavilion takes on the spirit of the forest. Inspired by the country’s famous mountain gorilla tours, visitors embark on a trail that connects different eras, eras and places. Meanwhile, the majesty of the Akhal-Teke horses will leave everyone in awe of the Turkmenistan pavilion.

The Mali pavilion displays precious historical artifacts, ancient Malian folk tales and digitized pages of handwritten manuscripts from Timbuktu, with Malian innovations also on display.

Diverse experience

The Baden-Württemberg Pavilion brings the magical atmosphere of the world-famous Black Forest to Expo 2020 Dubai, while the Luxembourg Pavilion offers a diverse experience – from walking through historic castles to the beautiful region of the Moselle.

Those interested in castles will find more to explore at the Poland Pavilion, alongside palaces and fortresses, as well as an experience of contemporary Poland.

The Kenya Pavilion provides the opportunity to meet the country’s 44 tribes and learn about the country’s agricultural and economic potential, while visitors can wander the streets of Dar es Salaam, take a virtual safari, and fly over the country to flag of Tanzania. .

At the Costa Rica Pavilion, learn about the Central American nation’s pura vida lifestyle, along with its emphasis on ecotourism – a topic that is also central to the Guinea Pavilion. There, visitors learn to see the nation not only as a source of water, but also as an influence on the history and culture of West Africa.

The Philippine Pavilion, designed to mimic the natural and organic forms of Bangkóta ‘- an ancient Tagalog word for coral reef – presents an epic symphony of nature, culture, and 4000-year-old travel.

Evoking the beauty of the Amazon Basin, the Brazil Pavilion invites visitors to admire the sights, sounds and scents of the riparian areas of the South American country.

How to access

Visitors can access the Self-Guided Visitor Trail of the Treasure Trail through the Expo 2020 Dubai app, which offers a journey for all interests, from design and education to space and sustainability.

The content of the Trail of Treasures journey illustrates many of the topics that will be covered during Expo 2020 Travel and Connectivity Week, which seeks to determine how humanity will balance the impact of the expanding digital world with physical reality.

Travel and Connectivity Week runs from January 9 to 15.

Buy your Expo 2020 Dubai tickets here