Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

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Sharjah is the artistic capital of the United Arab Emirates, and thanks to her efforts to preserve the history of the region, Sharjah was awarded the UNESCO Capital of Culture of the Arab World in 1998. For museum fans and art lovers, Sharjah is full of great opportunities. It is also a great family holiday destination with plenty of activities for the kids.

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Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

1. Sharjah Art Museum.

Set-travel (https://set-travel.com/ru/tour/uae/sharjah) is the largest art museum in the United Arab Emirates (now the Louvre and Guggenheim in Abu Dhabi) in 1997. It has a permanent collection, as well as an exhibition of temporary exhibits.

Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

2. Central market.

Sharjah Central Market is the most famous place in the city. Inside there are more than 600 shops where shoppers can find gold and jewelry, perfumes, clothes, food, and gifts.

Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

3. Museum of Islamic civilization.

Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization is a great place to immerse yourself in the deep roots of Arab and Islamic culture. The museum houses numerous scientific and religious manuscripts, as well as a collection of Islamic art from the 7th to the 19th century.

Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

4. Maritime Museum.

Sharjah is often associated with water, and the museum highlights the importance of the sea in the development of the city.

Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

5. Souk area.

Join local shoppers for weekly shopping.

Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

5. Souk area.

The Sharjah Archaeological Museum has exhibits that show the vast human history of the region.

Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

7. Sharjah Heritage Area.

Sharjah Heritage includes numerous museums including the Sharjah Heritage Museum, Souk Al Ars, Al Midha, Sharjah Al Hish, and Fort Asian.

Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

8. Kalba.

The village of Kalba, a southern village in the United Arab Emirates, is a fishing village with fresh fish products and seafood markets.

Top 8 Tourist Attractions in Sharjah

9. Khaur-Fakkan.

The village of Kalba, a southern village in the United Arab Emirates, is a fishing village with fresh fish products and seafood markets.

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