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      Sharm El Sheikh seaview

      Sharm El Sheikh at its best.

      A cosmopolitan resort located between the mysterious Red Sea and the south end of the Sinai Peninsula

      Sharm El Sheikh resorts

      Resort holidays in Egyptian style.

      An amazing underwater scenery, the eternal sun and some Egyptian culture just around the corner. What else do you need?

      Sharm El Sheikh spices

      Go local in Sharm El Sheikh.

      Discover Egyptian shops and get a taste of the local oriental food

      Flights to Sharm el Sheikh and the Red Sea

      Ras Ghozlani, Jackfish Alley, Ras Za’Atar, Yolanda Reef or Anemone City... What do all these diving spots have in common? They are all at Sharm el Sheikh! In other words, divers have a choice. Whilst this city is known for having two of the best diving spots in the world, it also attracts tourists with its fine sandy beaches and transparent waters!

      Quite simply, it’s the largest seaside resort in the Sinai Peninsula! Choose from among Egypt’s most beautiful hotels to make the most of your trip. Your holiday in Sharm el Sheikh will be unforgettable.

      So don’t wait a moment longer, and book your Brussels Airlines ticket to Sharm el Sheikh!


      What to do in Sharm el Sheikh?

      1. Ras Um Sid. Aside from the fact that you can see some of the most beautiful beaches in Egypt, this is one of the region’s best sites for diving. It features a magnificent gorgonian forest, along a dramatic submarine drop-off that will delight discerning experts.
      2. Thomas Reef. This is Sharm el Sheikh’s smallest diving site, but certainly the most spectacular! You will be able to see impressive coral walls hiding thousands of fish! If you want to have your first diving experience in the Red Sea, here’s your chance!
      3. In the city, the Coptic Church is a must. This Orthodox Church presents an opportunity to learn about Egypt’s rituals and culture. The Heavenly Cathedral is also one of the city’s most significant monuments. Inside, it is decorated with magnificent frescos representing the orthodox culture. Not too far from the cathedral is Al Mustafa Mosque. You can easily recognise it thanks to its imposing size and structure. Once inside, you can get a sense of the religious calm emitted by this magnificent building, and contemplate its architecture that survived the passage of time.
      4. SOHO Square may help to change your ideas thanks to its many shops, bars, and restaurants. Very lively during the day and brightly lit at night, SOHO Square is a lovely place to spend some time with the family over a drink or an Egyptian dish. You might find something to add to your wardrobe or simply some souvenirs to take home. If you want to try your skill at haggling, go to the Old Market. Here, the shopkeepers are very approachable and you can get some real bargains. If you want to see the mosque floodlit go there at night!
      5. Naama Bay also has everything for the tourist: lots of shops, magnificent illumination in the evenings, cafés and restaurants, a festive atmosphere, clean streets, and walks along the sea front... whatever takes your fancy!
      6. Are you a night owl? Then Star Gazer Night is for you. This excursion on the back of a dromedary will stay with you for ever! Set off on a camel ride followed by a meal with a Bedouin tribe and a display of traditional singing and dancing. To crown it all, you will be given an explanation of the constellations and a chance to admire Egypt’s magnificent starry sky.
      7. Or are you an early bird? Then leave early for Mount Sinai. If you get there quickly enough, you’ll have a chance of seeing one of Egypt’s most beautiful sunrises.

      Practical information for your trip to Sharm el Sheikh

      • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Sharm el Sheikh International Airport, which is just under 11 km from the centre of Sharm el Sheikh.
        Distance of the main Egyptian cities:
        • Cairo: 510 km
        • Luxor: 408 km
        • Alexandria: 700 km
        • Aswan: 608 km
      • Time zone: UTC/GMT+2.
      • Currency: The local currency is the Egyptian pound. You won’t have any trouble finding cash machines (Visa, MasterCard and AM). We recommend that you have some local currency on hand to pay for possible tips and expenses when you first arrive.
      • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The dialing code for Egypt is +20. You will have no trouble finding Wi-Fi. Indeed, Wi-Fi networks are available in the airport, and are often in Sharm el Sheikh’s hotels, restaurants and cafés.
      • Electric sockets: These have a standard voltage of 220 V and are type C or F (European standard). If you use American or British plugs, you will need an adaptor.
      • Travel information: European Union citizens do not need a visa for a trip of less than 15 days in Egypt. However, if needed, it is possible to buy a visa once you arrive at the airport. Don’t forget that for a visa you need to provide a passport or identity card (+2 photos). For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.
      • Vaccination: European travellers to Sharm el Sheikh do not need any vaccinations. For more health information, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.

      What to do and not do in Sharm el Sheikh?

      • Egypt means markets, and therefore haggling! Here is some useful information to help you become an adept negotiator:
        1. Don’t enter a shop with a guide. It’s better to be on your own.
        2. Don’t show too much interest in the item you wish to buy. If you do, the shopkeeper will only give you a small discount.
        3. Take care never to mention the price first, but leave that to the salesman. This is a basic principle in negotiation. Don’t be afraid to tell your life story before returning to the item you’re interested in.
        4. Dress appropriately in keeping with the local culture.
        5. It is always appreciated if you use a few words in Arabic as a sign of respect (see the list below).
        6. If you manage to negotiate a reduction of more than 50%, that’s a good price.
        7. If you don’t agree on the price, walk out of the shop slowly to give the salesman time to approach you one more time.
      • Showing signs of affection in public, such as kissing, is greatly frowned upon by the Egyptians. In short, as a mark of respect for the Egyptian culture, dress appropriately. Away from the beach, do not wear short skirts or shorts, and never appear without a shirt or suitable covering!
      • You can pay in euros or dollars in most restaurants! If you intend doing some shopping, take several types of currency as this can be useful.
      • If you dream of visiting the pyramids at Giza or the temples at Luxor, don’t forget that Egypt is a huge country and the distances from one city to another can be significant. If you want to transfer to Cairo or Luxor, plan in advance, and consider flying there, instead of going by bus.

      Basic vocabulary of Egyptian Arabic

      • Yes: Naam
      • No: La
      • Good morning: Salam aleikoum
      • Good morning (answer): Wa alikoum salam
      • Thank you: Shoukran
      • Please: Min fadlik
      • How much is it? Kam?
      • Excuse me: Afwan
      • Where is... ‘Ayna…
      • One: WaaHid
      • Two: ‘Ithnayn
      • Three: Thalaatha
      • Four: ‘Arbaxa
      • Five: Khamsa

      When to go to Sharm el Sheikh?

      Between November and December, the climate in Sharm el Sheikh is ideal, with temperatures around 25°C. Generally speaking, you’ll find the sun whenever you choose to travel, but it’s true it is very hot from July to September: temperatures can reach as high as 37°C.

      So, take sun cream whatever time of year you go, but don’t forget to take slightly warmer clothes for the evening, and something respectable to wear when walking around the city.

      What to eat in Sharm el Sheikh?

      Egypt has several culinary specialities that are worth tasting, so visiting the local restaurants is an essential part of your trip. You can try “ful”, “taamia” or even “kofta”, but don’t forget the fresh fish direct from the Red Sea!
      Please note, you are strongly advised to use bottled water only, and not water from the tap because it isn’t drinkable.

      Cultural events in Sharm el Sheikh

      Religious festivals play an important role in everyday life in Egypt. However, there are important civil festivals, too.

      • Sharm El Sheikh Arab & European Film Festival: This annual film festival will interest film buffs!
      • Diving competition: Each year, numerous diving competitions are organised. In October, Sharm el Sheikh is host to the international diving tournament!
      • Camel races: Come in April to watch exciting camel races!

      Book your flight to Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt! The Red Sea awaits you !

      Please note that you will be able to book your flight to Sharm El Sheikh with Brussels Airlines as of November 2017. We will fly to/from Sharm El Sheikh between 29 June 2018 and 26 October 2018.

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