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Hurghada stretches for about 36 km along the Red Sea in Egypt. It is the main tourist centre and the second-largest city in Egypt. Until recently Hurghada was a small fishing village. Today it has a population of 250 000 inhabitants, living in the three parts: Downtown, Sekalla, and El Memsha.
Hurghada is well known for its landscapes, dry, hot climate and beaches. The water is crystal clear and calm for most of the year, perfect for various water sports, mainly recreational scuba diving and snorkelling. Some of the must-visit attractions that Hurghada offers are Giftun Islands, Hurghada Marina, Straits of Gubal and Hurghada Aquarium.
Getting around Hurghada
You'll want to get familiar with the public transport system so that you can travel freely up and down the coast along the Red Sea. Public transport includes white minivans called 'micro bus' and taxis.
Locals mainly use the minibuses, but foreigners are encouraged to use them too. The fare costs about 2 Egyptian pounds if you travel to Mubarak 2, Sherry St., Sakkalla and Dahar. And if you go from Sherry St. to Senzo Mall and Cora, it costs 5 Egyptian pounds. Before you board the bus ask the driver for its destination, so you will be sure it's going where you want to go.
Hurghada taxis are cheap and available anywhere in the city. Most taxis are small-medium sized cars, without air-conditioning. Before you get in the cab, make sure you agree on the price because taxi drivers in Hurghada are known to take advantage. However, if you want a comfortable, air-conditioned ride, it's best to travel by branded taxi companies that operate at official tariffs.
How to get to the city?
Hurghada International Airport is one of the second-busiest in Egypt. The airport is only 5 km from Hurghada city centre and currently has two terminals. Some of the airlines that offer services are Air Cairo, AlMasria Universal Airlines, Corendon Airlines Europe, easyJet, FlyEgypt and Holiday Europe. You can reach Hurghada by bus shuttles, taxi or private airport transfer.
If you take the airpots buses from Cairo airport you can get anywhere throughout the Hurghada. The airport buses are upgraded compared to city buses because they are air-conditioned and quiet.
You can take an airport taxi outside both terminals. It's best to agree on the rate before getting into an airport taxi and pay them when they take you to your destination.
Arrange a private transfer
If you are looking for a reliable, cost-effective service, book a private Hurghada airport transfer with us. Explore the beauties of the Hurghada in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle with a professional driver. The Hurghada airport taxi service includes direct transfer from the airport to your hotel, meet and greet, flight monitoring and free waiting time. The taxi fare for the Hurghada transfer is fixed, without hidden charges.
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