Sharjah Tourism Travel Quiz

Visit all Sharjah tourist places with safe, reliable and accessible transport options

Hop on a Sightseeing bus around Sharjah.
Hop on a Sightseeing bus around Sharjah.

Sharjah’s well connected road network guarantees that wherever you want to go, there are several affordable, safe and efficient ways to get there.  Whether you want to go to historic places to visit in Sharjah like the Al Noor Mosque, wander through the lush green parks in Sharjah, take photographs of popular tourist places in Sharjah like the Khalid lagoon, complete your shopping list at a local souk or take in art and Bedouin history at a Sharjah museum, there is definitely more than one transport option. Some tourists like being chauffeured, as drivers in the city often have the best information on restaurants in Sharjah, things to do with kids and more. You can also rent your own car.


Taxis are metered and can be flagged down or booked by phone (600 52 52 52). Trips within Sharjah generally cost between Dhs 12 and Dhs 45. There is an extra charge of Dhs 20 for journeys that start from Sharjah International Airport and for trips to and from Dubai.

Marine Transport

Marine transport service is available between the emirates of Sharjah and Dubai through the Sharjah Aquarium station, which provides a number of daily marine trips back and forth to Al Ghubaiba station in the Emirate of Dubai. To view further details and the ferry schedule, please click on the link.

Ride-hailing services

Uber ( and Careem ( are popular alternatives to traditional taxis. You can hail a ride using either app, with fares calculated on factors such as distance, demand and wait time.


Mowasalat ( operates nine bus routes around Sharjah city. A single fare costs Dhs 6 and you can pay using cash or a Sayer smart card, which can be purchased on board. Buses 14, 15 and 99 link Sharjah airport with the city centre.

Car hire

Numerous international and local car-hire firms operate in Sharjah. Most car-rental agencies ask for a minimum age of 21, plus a valid credit card, driving licence (UAE, GCC or International Driving Licence) and an original passport.

City Sightseeing Bus

One of the easiest and most convenient ways to see Sharjah is by taking a City Sightseeing bus tour. Offering 1 or 2 day ticket options, this well-known bus tour takes visitors through most of the iconic Sharjah attractions and landmarks with the ease of hop on / hop off, a Culture tour, Leisure tour and even a night time tour. The two day tour includes free entry to many Sharjah museums and additional discounts.

Book through the website (, from your hotel or various agencies and tour operators.

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Sharjah is the third largest emirate in the UAE, its largest city and its most family-friendly destination. Experience a Sharjah museum, a desert safari and a Sharjah beach — the emirate offers things to do for everyone.