The Emirate of Sharjah is characterized by picturesque and charming beaches, as it owns a coastline opened onto the Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. It has been named as the UAE’s “cultural capital”, and was chosen as the” Arab journalism capital” for 2016. Sharjah is ruled by Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council of the Union.
While you are in the UAE, allocate two to three days to visit Sharjah City to enjoy its architectural and cultural characteristics. It is such a great idea either during or after the month of Ramadan. Here in this article, we offer you a Three-Days-Tour to see and enjoy the best and most beautiful places in Sharjah.
First day: visit Al Qasbaa’
Al Qasba represents a tourist landmark and a popular tourist destination for both citizens and tourists, where its canal extends along the a kilometer overlooking “Eye of the Emirates” wheel that rises up to 60 meters.
There, at Al Qasba you can spend wonderful time wandering through its wide space enjoying the dazzling architectural designs; or you can sail onto the boat along the canal.
You may also visit Al Qasba Theatre, that is awards winning of the best renovation project for 2016.
The region has achieved a revenue growth rate that reached to 117% compared to last year. This actually comes due to the baseband work that touched both the infrastructure and the quality of provided services .
Second day: cultural tour
Sharjah City hosts a distinct international museum” Sharjah Art Museum”, that offers visitors one of the largest art galleries in the Gulf region containing collections of masterpieces paintings of renowned worldly artists, in addition to paintings of local painters and Arab artists.
Enjoy wandering and discovering the three-storey museum that is home to 500 art -works created and formed by various methods and techniques. The museum also features a range of expressive techniques that will spur and stimulate your imagination.
Throughout the year, the museum holds a variety of temporary exhibitions and art events. The Art Library consists of over 4000 titles in Arabic, English and other languages, along with visual and audio materials.
Third day: a tour in the markets
Sharjah City contains four distinct markets that invite you to visit:
Central Market (Islamic market)
Al Majarah Market
Al Arsa Market
Al Bahar Market
There, you can buy souvenirs and antiques, in addition to luxurious fabrics and dresses. After you finish shopping, you can rest for a while at one of the restaurants outskirts the markets, and have one of their delicious traditional meals that define the Emirate of Sharjah.
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