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Sharjah City Tour
Explore Sharjah City Tour – Introduction.
Sharjah City tour is usually from Dubai to Sharjah but very few inside. It is the third largest city after Abu Dhabi and Dubai. It is also called the ‘ Pearl of the Gulf’. This is the only emirate having access to both land and water from two sides the Arabian Gulf and Oman Gulf. It is well known for its historical background, green sceneries and wide open land. It has a beautiful beach now being upgraded to a modern beach. The Sharjah City Tour services provide you a typical itinerary that will suit your requirement. The emirate is famous for diversity, historical buildings and monuments.
Details about Sharjah City Tour
Explore Sharjah city, the capital of Dubai’s neighboring emirate of Sharjah, on this 4.5-hour tour from Dubai. Sharjah is sometimes called the ‘Pearl of the Gulf,’ and boasts a beautifully restored Old Town of heritage areas, museums and souks. Visit premier sights such as Sharjah Fort, originally built in 1820; see the grandiose King Faisal Mosque; and learn about local life through the ages at the Sharjah Heritage Museum. Lastly, scout out traditional handicrafts and other goodies at two colorful Sharjah markets —the Souq Al Arsah and Souq Al Markazi.
Places to visit in Sharjah City Tour
This tour will take you to Sharjah, the neighboring emirate of Dubai, also known as the ‘Pearl of the Gulf’. We start with a photo-stop at the magnificent Al Noor Mosque on Al Buhaira Corniche and proceed to the largest mosque in Sharjah, the King Faisal Mosque. We then visit the Islamic Civilization Museum. Several galleries display carefully restored artifacts from around the Muslim world, celebrating Islamic contribution to the World Heritage.
SHARJAH CITY TOUR RATES
All inclusive for max 10 hours a day. Full day rates.
50 Seater Luxury Bus = AED 1200
35 Seater Luxury Bus = AED 1000
22-30 Seater Coaster Bus = AED 800
26-34 Seater Rosa Bus = AED 800
10-12 Seater Hiace Bus = AED 600
12-14 Seater Hiace Bus = AED 600
All inclusive for max 5 hours a day. Half day rates.
50 Seater Luxury Bus = AED 850
35 Seater Luxury Bus = AED 750
22-30 Seater Coaster Bus = AED 600
26-34 Seater Rosa Bus = AED 600
10-12 Seater Hiace Bus = AED 400
12-14 Seater Hiace Bus = AED 400
Sharjah City Tour Itinerary
· Pick Up from various locations in Dubai or Sharjah
· Sharjah corniche
· Qanat Al Qasba
· Blue Souq / Central Souq
· Souq Shanasiya
· King Faisal Mosque
· Fish market
· Quran round about
· Islamic art museum
· Sharjah Paintball Club
· Sharjah Shooting club
· Other Point of interest within Sharjah
· Drop Off to various locations in Dubai
Places to visit in Sharjah
There are 10s of worth-seeing attractions in Sharjah but we have mentioned some few of them as below.Sharjah is the arts capital of the United Arab Emirates, and its efforts to preserve the area’s history garnered Sharjah the title of Cultural Capital of the Arab World by UNESCO in 1998. For museum and art lovers, Sharjah is crammed full of excellent sightseeing opportunities.
1. Museum of Islamic Civilization
It is located on Corniche Road just near to Heart of Sharjah. It Museum of Islamic Civilization is a good place to dive into the deep roots of Arab and Islamic culture. A number of scientific and religious manuscripts, as well as a collection of Islamic arts and craft work dating from the 7th to the 19th centuries are on display. Features of particular note include the exhibit of clay, pottery, and glass, as well as metallic handicrafts inlaid with silver, gold, and brass, and the collection of astrolabes.