Sheikh is at the northernmost tip of the Sinai Peninsula. Surrounded on both
sides by the Red Sea, and literally just below the equator keeps the waters
around Sharm el Sheikh constantly warm, this also has a great effect on the
weather which makes the climate in Sharm el Sheikh dry and sunny all year
round. This is perfect for sunny holidays from gloomy rain and poor British
Sharm el Sheikh is a well
known diving hot spot
perfect conditions for some of the best diving in the world. Boasting over two
hundred and fifty different types of coral reefs and over one thousand
different species of fish, each scuba experience in this region will be
different from the time before. This gives a unique experience and chance to
see something totally new in comparison to some of the more predictable and
more well known scuba locations, such as the great barrier reef in Australia
and some of the other more famous locations to scuba dive in America.
This may not be an area
specific for clubbing
offers good nightlife as well as daytime activities: Sharm el Sheikh has a
reputation as one of the most happening places to be in Egypt, with big name
clubs such as Pacha having residence there. This means that after a day of
diving you can unwind and continue to move yourself to the sound of music all
As well as
the eighteen to thirty year old market Sharm el Sheikh also caters for family
holiday makers, having bundles of things to keep not only children, but also
adults entertained from sun rise to sun set. Desert camel tours are on the
agenda here, so you can explore some of the inland sand dunes …
popular destination, Rome is famous for its classic Roman buildings and culture
that surrounds the city. Halfway at the foot of Italy, on the West side, the
city is now 2,700 years old.
What is Rome like?
Rome is a
beautiful and historic city full of architecture and bustle of Italian life.
Home to leading fashion designer shops around the world, some are located near
the Spanish Steps, and also the Colloseum, the famous Trevi Fountain and many
more, often too much to see than too little. The streets in the Italian capital
are very busy, but have many ancient restaurants and wonderful Gelato (real
Italian flavor, very sweet and refreshing handmade ice cream) scattered
everywhere, especially if you venture into several suburbs, so You will get a
real Italian experience.
Thing to do
City, home to the Pope of the Catholic Church, is located inside Rome. A trip
to this landlocked, small sovereign country is an interesting experience.
Remember to take something to cover your shoulders as a sign of respect,
something important to note if you want to roam the Vatican. With small shops
lined the streets outside this area, this is a good trip and easily reached
from the center of Rome. Make sure you visit the Sistine Chapel, with a painted
Michelangelo ceiling and St. Peter’s Basilica while you are there and maybe
even send a postcard to get the Vatican postal sign.
there are many tourist traps, such as Colloseum, Trevi Fountain (legend has it
that if you flip a coin, you will return one day, and if you flip two coins,
you will find your true love), the Spanish Step and Pantheon. Getting around
the city to see everything is easy with the Metro underground system and many