Hurghada is the epitome of a city by the sea. It stretches out to about 36 kilometers (22 miles) along the sea shore, and was originally a fishing village. The city is most popular for being one of the world’s most breathtaking scuba diving and snorkeling destinations.


On the other hand it has a wild nightlife with international clubs such as Ministry of Sound,Little Buddha, and Hed Kandi. Hurghada has a subtropical-desert climate with warm winters and hot summers, making it a prime destination all year round.


 
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