Hurghada – Arabic Cities


Hurghada is a coastal tourist Arabic city of the Arab Republic of Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea from the southwestern side, about 500 m from Cairo.
As it is considered one of the largest tourist cities in Egypt,
and it is very popular and admired by all people and tourists from all over the world due to its favorable and moderate weather throughout the year, especially in the first months of the winter season.

Tourist places in Hurghada


Hurghada Grand Aquarium

The Water Biology Museum contains many types of aquatic creatures, the number of which exceeds 1200 marine animals, which belong to more than 100 different marine creatures.
The Hurghada Water Museum was established to be similar to the aquatic life in nature.

El Gouna

It is one of the most beautiful and distinctive tourist places in Hurghada, and it is an excellent resort that provides the finest tourism services to all its visitors, as the resort contains two beaches, which are Mangroovy Beach and Zaitouna Beach.

El Gouna is one of the most important diving sites in the world that attracts many scuba diving enthusiasts to discover sea water
and El Gouna is considered one of the most important sites that hold many sports and various water activities.

Sea World Hurghada

It is a large water park, and next to it is located a hotel, swimming pools, slides, and many other entertainment facilities,

This park is located on Makadi Bay in the south of Hurghada, where it is one of the most important tourist places

Many beautiful entertainment shows are held at SeaWorld, such as dolphin shows, swimming with dolphins, and sea lions show that impress visitors and love these special shows.

Sand City Hurghada

The Sand Museum is one of the unique museums of its kind in the Middle East and Africa, which is located on the map of tourist attractions in Hurghada, as it includes attractive sand statues, sculpted by international artists from different countries, among those statues are statues of Napoleon Bonaparte, Queen Isis, Cleopatra, Alexander the Great, and Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror.

Giftun Islands

The Giftun Islands is one of the closest islands to Hurghada, and it is a natural reserve for marine life. It overlooks many coral forests that contain various forms of marine life.

It also has the most beautiful landscapes, as it is considered a major home for many birds, the most important of which are seagulls, and this island is divided into two parts, the great Giftun Island and Little Island. Giftun Island.

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