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Sharm El-Sheikh was developed about 3 decades ago and the Old Market is an attempt to give it a more historic taste. It is only a pastiche though. Lots of fake products, from Louis Vuitton bags to Lacoste shirts. Nothing to buy, not much to...More
Huge place for visiting and praying there with Arab people from all around the world , the decorations of the designer is excellent and fantastic building don't miss to Go there any time you are in Egypt.
True religion and spirituality category guidelines for everything...More
Old market is just like other markets but there are plenty of restaurant, specially sea food restaurants which are highly customized and you can choose fresh fish and can carry your ready meal in packing as well. Moreover, there is a beautiful mosque in the...More
Nice bazaars. Best place in Sharm for shopping and souveniers.Reasonable prices. You must bargain with them and can be fun.
Fresh juices here are great. Loads of shisha lounges and Fish restaurants too.
Old market in sharm is a market like the other. The prices are quite high. You can find very nice food there at a fair price.
The best thing to see is the mosque al Sahaba.
The best place to eat is Fares seafood.
If you are looking for touristy items like spices, oils and maybe a tee shirt or cheesy fake pyramid, this is the place.
Outside every shop is someone trying to get you in to see their items.
It was an ok way to spend a...More
This is a must visit where you can get anything you need..food souvenirs beautiful mosque and beaches with boat trips
If you want a lovely beach with a great cafe go to Mahaba beach where you will be looked after and enjoy the best fruit...More
Visited the market in the early afternoon (not recommended) and the heat was quite intense. The shops are well clustered and are very accessible. The usual luring tactics are implemented by shop owners but never anything too intense. A nice stroll and interesting visit from...More