Variety And Cheap Holidays To Egypt
Capital. It is the most important city of Africa and the Arabian world.
The Egyptian capital, which did not exceed 3 million in 1952, became, with its agglomeration more than 12 million people , one of the largest contemporary megalopolis. Over 60 km, between large factories of Helwan (steel and cement) and the airport International Heliopolis, continues the same hectic activity, both producing and consuming wealth insatiable.
It is the most important city of Africa and the Arabian world. Cairo is the seat of the government and the diplomatic representation. All cultures are represented in Cairo. It has about 400 mosques.Read More
Luxor was the ancient city of Thebes, the great capital of Egypt during the New Kingdom and the glorious city of the god Amon-Ra
Luxor was the ancient city of Thebes, the great capital of Egypt during the New Kingdom and the glorious city of the god Amon-Ra. Thebes was also known as "the city of the 100 gates", sometimes being called "southern Heliopolis" ('Iunu-shemaa' in Ancient Egyptian), to distinguish it from the city of Iunu or Heliopolis, the main place of worship for the god Ra in the north.
The importance of the city started as early as the 11th Dynasty, when the town grew into a thriving city, renowned for its high social status and luxury, but also as a center for wisdom, art, religious and political supremacy.Read More
HURGHADA was founded in early 20th century, and until a few years ago, remained a small fishing village
the first tourist resort of the red sea and an international center
for aquatic sports. HURGHADA was founded in early 20th century, and until a few years ago, remained a small fishing village. But today, he went on to become the first tourist resort of the red sea and an international center for aquatic sports.Read More
Sharm El Sheikh The simplicity of sun, sea and sand. The luxury hotels, water sports, shopping and entertainment. Sharm el-Sheikh is a community resource for tourists the most accessible and most developed on the Sinai Peninsula. Bedouins, colorful tents, mountains and the sea are all around.Read More
Dahab, Gulf of Aqaba hosts the deepest waters of the Red Sea. It is a rare opportunity to see large pelagic and reef life just meters from the edge
Dahab has a temperate climate year round, making it an ideal summer or winter destination
The quiet town of Dahab, which means gold in Arabic, is located at the foot of the mountains of Sinai pink 100km north of Sharm El Sheikh.Read More
Alexandria is Egypt's second largest city and its main port. It had an atmosphere that is different than the rest of Egypt due to the presence of a large Greek community, therefore reflecting a Greek-oriented culture.
it was a center of science and literature shining over the Mediterranean nations.
Alexandria is Egypt's second largest city and its main port. It was founded over an ancient site of Rhakotis by Alexander the Great himself, hence bore his name.Read More
Aswan offers one of the most beautiful spectacles in the world: the blue waters of the Nile sliding between the green flows of the islands under a transparent sky
A fascinating world, however, that the Egyptians never ceased to explore since the first dynasties, leaving for posterity the memory of their adventure engraved on the island of Sehel
Aswan is the smallest of the three major tourist cities on the Nile. Being the most southern of the three, it has a large population of Nubian peopleRead More