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    Hurghada diving Red Sea

    Hurghada, Egypt and the Red Sea.

    Sunny beaches, lively nightlife, the best diving spots and much more. The Red Sea rivals the Caribbean and is well worth a visit.

    Hurghada diving underwater

    The Red Sea coral reefs.

    Immerse yourself in the Red Sea and marvel at the colourful fish and coral reefs.

    Hurghada Marina and Mosque

    Hurghada Marina.

    A great place to go for a stroll in the sun, grab a bite to eat or shop and chill out.

    Flights to Hurghada and the Red Sea

    Hurghada is a vibrant city that attracts people of all ages. It’s not by chance that it is one of Egypt’s most prized tourist cities.
    Situated on the Red Sea, with its sea bed of uncompromising richness, Hurghada is a prime location for diving enthusiasts. What’s more, this seaside resort stretches over more than 60 km of coast! In other words, you have a huge choice of where to relax on the beach. Hurghada is the city for relaxing par excellence, with pleasant temperatures, to say the least.

    With over 100 luxury hotels, Hurghada is also the Red Sea’s most stylish seaside resort. In these hotel complexes you are guaranteed impeccable service at a moderate price. Your only preoccupation will be to relax and find the best spots for diving or water sports.

    So, don’t wait a moment longer, and book your Brussels Airlines ticket to the crystalline waters of the Red Sea at Hurghada!

    What to do in Hurghada?

    1. Giftun Island. Who hasn’t dreamt of swimming with dolphins? Well, you can on Giftun Island! Prepare yourself for an unforgettable excursion. You can go snorkelling (underwater diving in shallow water) for a look at the sea bed of the Giftun Islands national park, or just relax on its magnificent golden beach.
    2. Mahmya Island. You will be literally entranced by this heavenly island. Mahmya means “nature reserve” in Arabic. This is a unique opportunity to marvel at the magnificent coral reefs where multi-coloured fish and turtles live.
    3. Abdel Moneim Riad Mosque. Located in the El Dahar district, this is Hurghada’s most important mosque. It stands proudly in the city, offering visitors an opportunity to find out about local rituals and customs.
    4. The markets. There are several small markets where you can buy fruit and vegetables. If you go to the old port, you can also find a fish market. It’s best to go in the morning so the fish is still fresh and there’s more choice!
    5. Quad bike excursions in the desert. What better than a short ride across the Egyptian desert on a quad bike, away from the hustle and bustle of the city? This excursion near Hurghada is a chance to visit an authentic Bedouin village, where you can learn a little more about the local culture and way of life. A camel ride and tea tasting are also included.
    6. Desert Breath is a work of art in the heart of the desert that will take your breath away! It has been the root of many theories, each more incredible than the last. But in the end, it’s really a work of art made by humans. You’ll need to be quick if you want to see this 100,000 m2 installation as it is slowly disappearing. Its many spirals are a good way of measuring the passage of time.
    7. Luxor and The Valley of the Kings. Hurghada isn’t far from Luxor, so don’t miss the opportunity to see the largest outdoor museum in the world. You’ll find some unique remains, such as the Luxor Temple, the Colossi of Memnon, the Karnak Temple, and even the Mummification Museum!
    8. Cairo. If your thirst for Egyptian culture hasn’t been quenched, escape to Cairo. There are so many monuments on which to feast your eyes you won’t know where to look. Indeed, the famous Pyramids of Giza await you, including that of Khufu, the 7th wonder of the world ... no less! If you need to cool down, the Nile is never far away. In fact, with a length of over 6,800 km it’s the longest river in the world, alongside the Amazon.
    9. Mini Egypt Park. If you don’t have a chance to go to Cairo or Luxor, don’t worry. Thanks to this park you can visit the whole of Egypt in just a few hours. All the country’s historic sites are represented in miniature here. It’s a perfect outing for the family. Whether you’re an adult or a child, you’ll love it.
    10. Hurghada Marina. Whilst you’re in Hurghada don’t forget to come here. Walks, Egyptian dishes, lounge bars, jazz, and boats define this idyllic spot perfectly, where the time will fly by!

    Practical information for your trip to Hurghada

    • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Hurghada International Airport, which is 10 km from Hurghada (15 min).
      Distance of the main Egyptian cities:
      • Luxor: 305 km
      • Cairo: 452 km
      • Aswan: 506 km
      • Alexandria: 637 km
    • Current local time in Hurghada:  
    • 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 dialling 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 Hurghada’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
    • Vaccination: European travellers to Hurghada do not need any vaccinations. For more health information, visit the website

    What to do and not do in Hurghada?

    • 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

    Cultural events in Hurghada

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

    • Fishing competition (February): This huge fishing competition attracts the best fishermen and women in the world!
    • Water sports races (October): For lovers of boat or water sports races, several competitions of this type are organised.

    When to go to Hurghada?

    No matter when you go to Hurghada, it is almost guaranteed to be sunny and warm every day. Temperatures rarely drop below 16°C! Summer is the best time to go, when you can take advantage of temperatures reaching 33°C.

    So take sun cream whichever 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 Hurghada?

    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.

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