The city of Hurghada stretches for about 36 kilometers (22 mi) along the seashore and is known for its watersports activities, nightlife and warm weather. Daily temperature hovers round 30 °C (86 °F) most of the year, during July and August temperatures reach over 40 °C (104 °F). Many Europeans head to Hurghada for their regular Holidays, especially during the Winter season and spend their Christmas and New Year holidays in the city.
Hurghada is one of the most important cities in the Red Sea Governorate in Egypt. It is one of the country's main tourist centers located on the Red Sea coast. It was founded in the early 20th century, and until recently it was a small fishing village. But since the 1980s, Egyptian and foreign investors have continuously expanded to become the unique coastal resort on the Red Sea. Hotels and resorts provide water recreational ways to practice windsurfing, yachting, divers and, snorkeling.
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Hurghada is known for its diverse water sports activities, nightlife and warm weather that prevails in all seasons of the year. Daily temperatures hover over 30 degrees Celsius most of the year, during July and August temperatures reach more than 40 degrees Celsius. Many Europeans flock to Hurghada to spend their premium holidays, especially during the winter and Christmas and New Year holidays there. Unfortunately, tourism from Russia fell dramatically after the crash of the Metrojet Flight 9268 in November 2015, but now it is constantly increasing
Hurghada stretches along the Red Sea about 36 km (22 mi), and the remote distance does not reach the surrounding desert. To become an area for Egyptian tourists from Cairo, Delta and Upper Egypt, in addition to a group of tourists for a vacation from all over the world. Hurghada has a population of about 248,000.
You will find many hotels, restaurants, and shops along the Walk-in Hurghada. Most of the newest, largest and international hotel resorts are located in Mamsha Sahl Hasheesh. After Sahl Hasheesh you find Makadi Bay with its wonderful hotels. Dahar is the oldest part of the town, where the town's traditional bazaar, the post office, and the long-distance bus stations, Go Bus and Upper Egypt Bus are situated.
The city center is considered one of the most crowded places, represented by a scaffold, which is spread along the Sheraton Road, some hotels, restaurants, and many stores. Hurghada International Airport also serves the city with regular passenger traffic to Cairo directly linked with many cities in the world. A new station was opened in 2015 to accommodate increased traffic.
Although it is a city in itself, the current main industry in Hurgada is foreign and domestic tourism, due to its picturesque nature, mild dry climate throughout the year, and long areas of natural beaches. in Hurghada, there are 4 schools for Russian children in Egypt. Most of the signs in the city, publisher of "MK" in Egypt "Yulia Schiffel" reported that there are about 20 thousand Russians in Hurghada, which gives it the largest number of Russian residents in Egypt, although only about 3000 are officially documented. You can also do a lot. Among the various activities such as a snorkeling trip to Mahmudiya Island in Hurghada and you can enjoy the unforgettable Sindbad submarine in Hurghada, tourists also visit shipwrecks like El Mina or Rosalie Muller.
Hurghada has more than one resort nearby, such as Sahl Hasheesh, Quseir, Makadi Bay, Sharm el-Naga, Soma Bay, El Gouna, and the reserve. Other activities include the Hurghada exploration of desert safari trips in Hurghada