Discover Sharm-El-Sheikh with our Free Audio Guide

Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Sharm-El-Sheikh, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Sharm-El-Sheikh: Your comprehensive guide

Perched on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, this sun-drenched oasis is a haven for beach lovers and underwater adventurers alike. The crystal-clear waters of the Red Sea beckon with some of the world's most spectacular coral reefs, offering unrivaled snorkeling and diving experiences at the iconic Ras Mohammed National Park. Beyond the beach, a tapestry of rugged desert landscapes promises thrilling safari adventures. As the day winds down, the local marketplaces buzz with life, offering a taste of the rich local cuisine, where fresh seafood and traditional Bedouin dishes take center stage.

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

In Sharm el Sheikh, the culinary scene is as vibrant and diverse as its marine life. Seafood enthusiasts must try the local grilled fish, seasoned with a blend of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern spices. A popular dish to look out for is Sayadiyah, a flavorful fish and rice combination, often enriched with nuts, onions, and aromatic spices.

Another must-try is Kofta, spiced meatballs or skewers made of minced lamb or beef, grilled to perfection and often served with tahini sauce, salads, and flatbread. For a truly traditional experience, indulge in Bedouin tea, a strong, sweet black tea often infused with herbs and spices, symbolizing Bedouin hospitality.

Vegetarians will relish Mezze platters, which include a variety of dips like hummus, baba ganoush, and tahini, accompanied by stuffed vine leaves, falafel, and pickled vegetables. Don’t miss the chance to savor Fattah, a festive dish made of rice, crispy bread, garlic, and vinegar sauce, usually layered with meat or vegetables.

For dessert, Kunafa, a sweet cheese pastry soaked in syrup, and Basbousa, a semolina cake with nuts and syrup, are delightful choices.

Pair your meals with refreshing local beverages such as Karkade, a hibiscus tea that can be enjoyed hot or cold, or Sahlab, a comforting milky drink sprinkled with cinnamon and nuts.

On each spot of the audio guide, we'll give you the nearest recommended restaurants according to Google's users opinions, ensuring you savor the best culinary experiences Sharm el Sheikh has to offer.

Transportation and getting around the city

Getting from Sharm el Sheikh International Airport to the city center is a breeze. You can grab a taxi right outside the terminal, but it's wise to agree on the fare beforehand to avoid any surprises. If you prefer a more budget-friendly option, there are shuttle services and minibuses available; just check their schedules in advance.

Once you're in the city, taxis are the most convenient way to get around. They're plentiful and reasonably priced, but again, negotiating the fare before starting your journey is key. For those looking to explore at a slower pace, the central areas, particularly around Naama Bay, are great for walking. Here, you'll find a pedestrian-friendly atmosphere with plenty of shops and cafes to keep you entertained.

If you're planning to hit multiple sights, consider hopping on a tour bus. Tickets can be purchased from tour operators located throughout the city, and it's a fantastic way to see the main attractions without the hassle of arranging transport yourself.

Now, for some practical travel tips: the local currency is the Egyptian pound (LE). While major hotels and restaurants accept credit cards, smaller vendors and local markets usually only take cash. Therefore, carrying some cash is advisable for everyday purchases. Lastly, Egypt uses Type C and Type F electrical sockets, and the standard voltage is 220 V. Make sure you have the right adapter to keep your devices charged and ready to capture your adventures in Sharm el Sheikh.

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Ras Mohammed National Park . Naama Bay . Old Market .

3d : Ras Mohammed National Park . Naama Bay . Old Market . St. Catherine's Monastery . Mount Sinai . Shark's Bay Beach . SOHO Square .

5d : Ras Mohammed National Park . Naama Bay . Old Market . St. Catherine's Monastery . Mount Sinai . Shark's Bay Beach . SOHO Square . Dahab . Tiran Island . Nabq Protected Area . Aqua Blue Water Park . Al Mustafa Mosque . Terrazzina Beach .

All : Ras Mohammed National Park . Naama Bay . Old Market . St. Catherine's Monastery . Mount Sinai . Shark's Bay Beach . SOHO Square . Dahab . Tiran Island . Nabq Protected Area . Aqua Blue Water Park . Al Mustafa Mosque . Terrazzina Beach . Blue Hole . Sharm Old Town . Heavenly Cathedral . Cleo Park . Ras Um Sid Beach . Sharm Papyrus Museum . Hollywood Sharm El Sheikh . Sinai Grand Casino . Sharm El Sheikh Marina . El Fanar Lighthouse and Beach .

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