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Hurghada is one of the premier destinations in the world for diving and snorkelling. With great coral reefs an abundance of fish and shipwrecks it is little wonder why people flock here every year.

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Come to Hurghada with the family and be spoilt in fully inclusive resorts which have their own beaches, theatres, bars and discos or set up base at a choice of hotels. The once sleepy fishing town of Hurghada is now one of the busiest tourist destinations in Egypt. Here the warm waters of the Red Sea are perfect for water sports such as diving, snorkelling, sailing, wind surfing and swimming. With rare fish inhabiting the coral offshore the diving here is fantastic.

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Hotels in Cairo

Hotels in Cairo can be found on the quickrooms site. We have cheap hotel deals in Egypt across all resorts so have a look and grab a bargain hotel or apartment.

Cairo is one of the most amazing cities on earth. From quiet back streets steeped in history and populated by friendly Egyptians to the huge international hotels where the heat, hustle and noise seem worlds away.

This is an experience like no other, the unbelievable Egyptian treasures, ranging from the Tutankhamen exhibition in the Cairo Museum, which also houses many other Egyptian antiquities found by Howard Carter, Lord Carnarvon and many other explorers and archaeologists. This is a must see destination, the treasures on show are breathtaking, from pharaohs mummies to wrist bracelets worn thousands of years ago. Perhaps try to go in a quieter time of the day, before or after the coach parties, like most of Cairo, it can be busy!

A brief bus ride away are the Pyramids of Giza, somewhat surreal, set in the sandy desert, yet overlooking the great city itself. The area is full of visitors, camel handlers and the hawkers selling almost everything. Yet walk away a few yards, and the huge size and splendour of these unique structures is quickly appreciated. With the Sphinx close at hand, this is an area of the city not to be missed.

Cairo is the starting point for many excursions in Egypt, from river cruises on the majestic Nile to Luxor, Abu Simbel, Aswan Dam and more. These stretch from a few days to a week or more and provide an excellent way of seeing many famous sights from the comfort of your floating hotel.

Cairo itself holds many treasures to explore from the souks and markets to the huge Mosque of Muhammad Ali Pasha or Alabaster Mosque situated in the Citadel of Cairo commissioned by Muhammad Ali Pasha between 1830 and 1848. This mosque, with the citadel, is one of the first features to be seen when approaching the city.

For the more adventurous, seek out the City of the Dead, but always hire a reputable, recommended guide if you decide to enter. You will not believe how hundreds if not thousands of people live a normal life among the tombs.

Do be prepared for the most amazing experience covering the wonderful treasures, the mighty river and the interesting people, culture and architecture. This is truly a civilisation and a city like no other!

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Dubrovnik is a charming holiday destination blending waterfront charm with culture and history.

Dubrovnik, known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, with its history, culture and original charm is an ever popular holiday destination for young and old alike. Boasting a wonderful atmosphere and picturesque location, the old town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. The historic city walls are one of the main appeals to sightseers in Dubrovnik, and the pretty waterfront buildings come a close second. With festivals, shows and various events keeping culture alive, holiday makers to Dubrovnik are certain of a memorable time, whatever their preference.

Dubrovnik is home to the annual Summer Festival, which is a haven for enthusiastic performers, film makers and musicians. Live performances and art displays are embraced by locals and tourists alike, and this popular festival greatly increases the visitors every year. If you wish to visit during this time it is very much recommended that you book your accommodation and flights early to ensure you don’t miss out on the event.

If you take a trip to old Dubrovnik, you will pass through one of four city gates. One of these is the renowned Pile Gate, which stands tall alongside ancient defensive walls that still surround the city. Paving stones laid in 1468 take you to one of the most celebrated pieces of the old city, the Onofrio Fountain. At the other end of the Stradun or Placa is the Orlando Column, a favourite meeting place for locals. Going to the outskirts of the city walls, there are further historic references to the bygone era. Four fortresses stand at the wall corners and make for fascinating exploration. With Sponza Palace and the Franciscan Monastery as additional historic attributes, Dubrovnik continues to surprise and delight at every turn.

Away from the history of the city, Dubrovnik is no less exciting. Beach activity sets the precedence for a Mediterranean break. This is an excellent place to explore reefs and wrecks surrounded in colorful and varied sea life. There are organizations that can teach you to dive if you are new to the pastime, and what better place to learn than in the warm waters of Croatia? This charming city is an excellent choice due to its variety of beaches, history and exquisite landscape.

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Great diving, top hotels, clear waters and baking sunshine are just some of the things on offer when you come to Egypt!

Unwind in Sharm El Sheikh boasting hotels and sandy beaches, take a soothing dip in the crystal waters of the Red Sea or explore the bustling Cairo. From ancient civilizations and wonders of the world to luxury cruises down the Nile, Egypt has something to offer everyone. Be amazed by the sheer size of the pyramids and the beauty of the Valley of the Kings.

The capital city of Cairo is the premier location for history. Here the Pyramids of Giza proudly stand as the only remains of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World. With the Museum of Antiquities revealing the secrets and treasure of Tutankhamen’s tomb and the secret of the pharaohs Cairo is the perfect destination for historians.

Moving to the coast and the town of Hurghada, which was once a quiet sleepy fishing village, is now a bustling tourist hub. Here visitors can enjoy deep sea fishing, snorkelling and diving and various other water sports in the crystal clear waters of the Red Sea. With sandy beaches and summer sun, come here to get away from it all and unwind.

Just up the coast is the city of Sharm El Sheikh widely regarded as having some of the best diving in the world. The coral, year long calm waters and abundance of fishes make this the perfect destination. If diving is not your thing then head out into the desert on a camel or jeep safari. Stay overnight at a Bedouin camp before returning to the luxuries of your hotel and the modern world.

Whether you are looking for a cultural trip full of history, a top class diving holiday or a simple beach break, Egypt has it all. Stay in luxury accommodation on the Red Sea or be unrestricted with a self catering apartment. With sunshine throughout the year and brilliant white sandy beaches come to Egypt.

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Experience a blend of history and culture when holidaying in Morocco. Filled to the brim with wonderful beaches and traditional souks, Morocco is an exciting holiday destination.

Packed with stunning beaches, a rich history and mesmerising culture, Morocco is a diverse and vibrant holiday destination. Experience Moroccan customs in the likes of Marrakech, shop for souvenirs and wares at the many traditional souks or laze away the days on the white sands of Agadir. Ancient beliefs, bustling cities and North African sunshine blend perfectly to create an exciting and exceptional country.

Wander around markets and shops offering leather, pottery and souvenirs, head for a bar or restaurant, and watch the delightful evening entertainment of traditional dancing and local music. This exciting holiday just gets better the more you experience the local way of life, and promises a thoroughly enjoyable time to be had by all. A maze of narrow streets, old town and the largest open air square of the region can be found in the exuberant Marrakech, where you will feel the wave of tradition and local life take over.

Sights such as the Koutoubia Mosque and the spicy colours of its interior design all add to the panache that Marrakech provides. Particular attractions such as the huge open square of Djemma El Fna, the Koutoubia Mosque, seen for miles around, and the beautiful Menera Gardens, are popular tours with all holiday makers.

Drenched in wonderful sunshine, Morocco is most popular between the months of May and October. Scorching temperatures can easily peak 30 degrees regularly during the summer months but a gentle breeze will always provide the welcome light relief. A cool beer or local wine will also add to the cool down phase, and of course a walk through the higher mountain ranges will deviate from the sultry heat. Even November to March does not provide an overly large amount of rain, making this an ideal destination whatever your preference.

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Long hot summer days, crystal clear waters and some of the worlds best diving are good reasons to come to Sharm El Sheikh.

The Egyptian City of Sharm El Sheikh boasts a range of hotels to some of the best luxury resorts in the world. The Egyptian city of Sharm El Sheikh lies on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula and is gently lapped by the warm clear waters of the Red Sea. Here the year round sunshine, natural long sandy beaches and dramatic landscape keep visitors coming back for more.

With glorious coral reefs, shipwrecks and brightly coloured fish, the Red Sea is the perfect destination for diving and snorkelling. Here watch clown fish, angel fish, parrot fish and many others as they swim amongst the coral. Whether you are an experienced diver or a complete novice the schools here will cater for your needs.  Spend a week diving and snorkelling or enjoy one of the other water sports on offer.

If this sounds too strenuous just lie back on the white sandy beaches or head to the sulphur springs which are said to be good for rheumatism. The city also boasts a championship 18 hole golf course where you can go to unwind in the glorious sunshine. In the south there is a national park which protects the areas coral reef and wildlife. 

Escape the city on a camel or jeep safari into the desert to visit a Bedouin camp. Here experience the nomadic lifestyle and Sheesha pipes before returning to Sharm and the comfort of your hotel. When the sun finally starts to set head into town where the clubs and casinos will keep you entertained long into the night.

For the perfect beach break and some of the best year round diving in the world Sharm El Sheikh cannot be beaten. With accommodation to suit every budget and activities aplenty there is no reason why you should not come to Egypt.

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