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Hurghada started stretching its neighborhoods on the maps of Egypt early in the 20th century, and since the 1980s it went through a non-stopping phase of development and modernism lead by American, European and Arab investors to become the superior bathing resort on the shores of the Red Sea. Tourist resorts and first classHOTELS provide excellent aquatic sport facilities for sail boarders, yachtsmen, scuba divers and snorkelers.
Today the coastal city went ahead to become the foremost tourist resort of the Red Sea coast and an international center for aquatic sports. The charming and unique underwater gardens are some of the finest in the world, and famous sea lovers. The warm waters are ideal for many varieties of rare fish and coral reefs, which may also be observed through glass boats.
While taking a tour in Hurghada, make sure that you don’t miss the museum and aquarium, with their vast collections of flora and fauna of the Red Sea.
Hurghada stretches for about 40 kilometers along the coast, and it doesn’t reach far into the desert. The resort is a destination for packageHOLIDAYtourists from Europe, notably Russians, Czechs and Germans. The city remained a small fishing village until a few years ago.
Today Hurghada hosts 40,000 inhabitants and is divided into three main divisions: Downtown (El-Dahar) is the old part; Sekalla is the modern part, and El-Korra Road is the most modern part. Sakkala is considered the modest hotel quarter. Dahar is where the town’s largest bazaar, the post office and the long-distance bus station are located. Many restaurants, bars, shops, small pubs and internet cafes are seen al around Hurghada.
The Hurghada International Airport serves the city with scheduled passenger traffic to and from Cairo and direct connections with several cities around the world.