Hurghada travel guide

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You're Going to Love Hurghada

Hurghada has developed from a small fishing village into Egypt's most popular seaside resort. It has superb beaches, great diving, and is a good choice for those who want to combine a beach vacation with visits to Egypt's famous archaeological sites.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Hurghada

When to Visit Hurghada

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Hurghada has a subtropical desert climate with hot summers and warm winters. November-February are good months for those who prefer milder weather.

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How to Get to Hurghada

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Where to Stay in Hurghada

The Triton Empire Inn on Hospital & Sayed Korrayem St has modern rooms and excellent pools and amenities on the beach. The Dana Beach Resort on Sahl Hasheesh Road is another quality resort hotel, popular with visitors.

Popular Neighborhoods in Hurghada

Where to stay in popular areas of Hurghada

Most booked hotels in Hurghada

How to Get Around Hurghada

The Cost of Living in Hurghada

Shopping Streets

Sekalla High Street and the bazaars of el Dahar are where to look for local goods and souvenirs, while the New Marina has more international brands.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk in Hurghada costs E£11 and a loaf of bread is E£2.50.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
C$ 2.83
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
C$ 48.35
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
C$ 0.11

Where to Eat in Hurghada

The Nubian Cafe on the Hurghada Marina Promenade offers Egyptian cuisine such as tagens, with mains from E£25. White Elephant has Thai dishes, again on the Promenade, with mains from E£60.