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Egypt Travel Guide

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Egypt is best known as the cradle of ancient Egyptian civilization, with its temples, hieroglyphics, mummies and, most popular, its pyramids. What is less so, remains its medieval heritage, the courtesy of Coptic Christianity and Islam, ancient churches, monasteries and mosques draw the Egyptian landscape.

Egypt stimulates the imagination of Western tourists like few other countries and is probably one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.

 

Location

Egypt is located in northeastern Africa with its capital located in its largest city: Cairo. Egypt is also expanding in Asia with the Sinai Peninsula. The country is bordered by Israel and the Gaza Strip to the northeast, Jordan to the east, Sudan to the south and Libya to the west. In the north of the country, it is the Mediterranean and the Red Sea to the east. Geographically, it is dominated by the Nile River and its fertile valley, as well as by the deserts of East and West. Egypt is one of the most populous countries in Africa and the Middle East. The vast majority of its 80 million inhabitants live on the banks of the Nile. 

More than one reason to spend your holidays in Egypt: The chaos of Cairo around the medieval city center that has remained unchanged since the time of the founding of Islam. Further south on the banks of the Nile, Luxor, the site of ancient Thebes, is lined with rich funerary chambers and boasts some of the most magnificent monuments of all antiquity. Further south is Aswan, where even larger temples bear witness to the power of the archaic gods and pharaohs. 
To the west, the sea of ​​sand extends infinitely to the Sahara, with a handful of oases forming lonely green islands. The deep, crystalline waters of the Red Sea hide reefs surrounded by aquatic and underwater wildlife. In the deserts of Sinai, visitors can climb the mountain where God had his conversation with Moses.
The best time to  fly to Egypt depends on where you want to go. In general, winter (December to February) is the peak tourist season and summer (June to August) is the low season in all regions of the country, except on the coast, and in Cairo. Hotel rates reflect this. As far as the weather is concerned, summer is hardly bearable almost everywhere in the south of Cairo, especially around Luxor and Aswan, where temperatures rise up to 40 ° C. The best compromise for a trip to Egypt in its entirety is to go in the spring (March to May) or fall (September to November).

The country that gave birth to the first great civilization does not need a great introduction. Pyramids, minarets, the Nile; Egypt offers a magnificent color palette. Visitors are surprised to discover that the legendary pyramids are just the tip of the archaeological iceberg. Pharaonic nations, Greeks, Romans, Christians and Arab dynasties all played their part in shaping the architectural wealth of Egypt.
Egypt is known as the cradle of civilization for centuries. Whether it’s a desert adventure, a sea getaway, or the discovery of history that interests you, Egypt will be a destination that will awaken a fantastic inspiration in your heart and mind. A magnificent story awaits you there. Egypt is a land of wonders and curiosities, ancient pyramids of Giza and fabulous temples along the Nile. Egypt is a land that every citizen of the world deserves to visit. You can travel in the desert by camel, take a cruise on the Nile and admire the magnificent pyramids

What to visit in Egypt

The pyramids of Giza, Abu Simbel or the west bank of Luxor are in the Valley of the Kings which was the royal cemetery of the 62 pharaohs, the open-air museum of Memphis, the Saladin Castle in Cairo and the Khan El-Khalili which is one of the most interesting bazaars, not only in Egypt, but throughout the Middle East. Do not forget the Hatshepsut Temple at Deir El-Bahri and the Valley of the Queens, an isolated cemetery on the west bank of Luxor. One of the most important tombs in the valley is that of the famous Queen Nefertiti, the main wife of Ramses II. In short, so much to discover and if you do not make a cruise, we advise you to rent a car in Egypt to browse its incredible sites.

Art and culture in Egypt

“Tourists are advised to opt for an appropriate dress code, that is covering to respect the inhabitants, their culture and their religion and thus the historical sites. The tap water is drinkable in Egypt. However, it is not superfluous to filter before consumption. “

 

The cultural history of Egypt spans six thousand years. Ancient Egypt was one of the first civilizations in the world. For millennia, Egypt has maintained a surprisingly complex and stable culture that later influenced the cultures of Europe, the Middle East and Africa. After the Pharaonic era, Egypt itself was influenced by Hellenism, Christianity for a certain period and, later, Islamic culture. Today, many aspects of ancient Egyptian culture exist in the interaction with the new elements, including the influence of modern Western culture that you will find during your stay in a hotel in Egypt.