Explore with us the biggest city of the Red Sea holiday region - Hurghada. Experience the flair of a busy Arabic city, have a look at a mosque and a Coptic church and enjoy your time by shopping, practice the art of negotiating and have a soft drink.
What to Expect
We will pick you up directly from the entrance of Safaga port; you will recognize our driver by a sign with your name in his hand. Now we start to a trip that will make you really discover your holiday destination - Hurghada, the biggest and most famous tourist city around the Red Sea, may not look back on a long history and may not contain spectacular buildings or significant sights, but as a touristic centre it offers its visitors numerous activities, and it is definitely worth a visit as you will find a lot of different possibilities of daytime and evening entertainment.
First of all you will collect some impressions of this city by cruising through the streets; en route we will make two short stops and you can have a look at a Coptic church and a mosque
After this your guide will come with you to show you some excellent shopping places where you will have time to enter the shops and buy souvenirs, cloths or spices; if you need any support or have any questions, of course the guide will support you.
Now it is time to take your choice for the next about 2.5 hours: You can either continue shopping for a longer time on your own or sit down in a nice café or restaurant to drink or eat something – or you can book an extra activity.
Finally we will spend some time in the beautiful area of the ‘New Marina’, Hurghada’s yacht harbor built only in 2008, where you can visit come shops, stay in any café or just promenade. In the evening we will take you back to Safaga port
- Transfers from/to your hotel and inside Hurghada in high-class vehicles with A/C
- Guide assistance
What's Not Included
- Gratuity (tips) for drivers, guides
- Personal items, meals, drinks or services not mentioned
Know Before You Go
please be aware that due to the mass of visitors in Hurghada tourists are not allowed to enter a mosque!.