Why you should consider visiting Sharm el Sheikh
We’ve been talking a lot about Egypt lately and that’s because it’s a “lesson” that deserves repetition and consideration. This outstanding tourist attraction brings ancient history to life and provides the passageway to a fascinating and different culture. Today we are going to talk about why you should consider visiting Sharm el Sheikh. Here are just a few reasons:
Not long ago, Sharm el Sheikh was no more than a fishing village by the Red Sea. in the 1970s, however, it started to expand and today it’s one of the most prominent beach resorts in Egypt. The location helps a lot, undoubtedly: the city is located in the Biblical Sinai Peninsula. The historical importance of the sites nearby make it a hot destination for historians and for those interested in cultural trips.
Mount Sinai, the place where Moses received the Ten Commandments from God, is accessible from town. If you aren’t a great walker, you can go for a Sharm el Sheikh taxi and enjoy the ride from the back seat of a premium car. This is also where you can visit St. Catherine’s Monastery, the oldest monastic settlement in the history of Christianity.
As for the (majority of) vacationers who are looking for a sunny spot under the sun that has water, fun and good weather, Sharm el Sheikh is also the answer. Hot in summer, the resort benefits from pleasantly warm temperatures in winter, making it a year-round tourist destination.
Accessibility is another plus. Luxurious hotels and resorts line the central part of town, while the outskirts offer more affordable conditions and excellent sightseeing options.
The Red Sea coral reefs are beautiful and it’s no wonder the town is an international scuba diving destination.
Extravagant and educative, accessible and luxurious, Sharm el Sheikh is a place that has something in store for everyone. Explore it!