Cairo: Salah El Din Citadel, Coptic Cairo, Giza Pyramids, Egyptian Museum, Khan El Khalili Bazaar, Sakkara and Memphis (additional)-Hurghada: Mahmya-Luxor: Karnak temple, Luxor Temple, Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsuts dead Temple, Memnon Colossus - EDFU: Edfu Temple-Come Ombo: Come Ombo temple-Abu Simbel Temple-Aswan: Aswan Dam, Philae Temple, Nubian Village (additional)
If you want to look at a piece of unspoiled egyptian nature, and enjoy ancient scenes from the Bible that are found in the realities of the Nile in Upper Egypt, while you go back in history, visit ancient ruins from the pharaohs era, when the Greeks and Romans had afterwards revived them. And they are today, as eyewitnesses on the road
Discover the treasures of Cairo, Alexandria's greatness as well as the black, white desert, and the Valley of the Golden mummies at Al Bahariya Oasis, where we will visit the Crystal Mountain, which is not really a mountain, but probably an old rocky cave formed by crystals.
Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsuts dead Temple, Memnon Colossus-Edfu: Edfu Temple-Come Ombo: Come Ombo the temple-Abu Simbel Temple-Aswan: Aswan Dam, Philae Temple, Nubian Village (additional)
Cairo: Salah El Din Citadel, Coptic Cairo, Giza Pyramids, Egyptian Museum, Khan El Khalili Bazaar-Aswan: Aswan Dam, Philae Temple, Nubian Village (additional)-Come Ombo: Come Ombo the temple-Edfu: Edfu Temple-Luxor: Karnak temple, Luxor Temple , Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsuts dead temple, Memnon Kolosserne
When you're on vacation in Marsa Alam, don't miss Egypt's most beautiful city, Aswan, located on the Nile. Here you can visit the Philae temple, which was moved when the Great Aswan Dam, which you will also see close by, was built and Lake Nasser remained. Eat a delicious lunch at a local restaurant and watch Aswan's famous Tabia mosque.
No one should spend their holiday in Egypt without visiting one of the most fascinating and interesting archaeological sites in the world – the temples and monuments around Luxor. Discover the Valley of the Kings with its colorful tombs hidden in the desert sand, Deir El-Bahri, The temple of the legendary queen Hatshepsuts, and the great Memnon colossus, and the unique and
If you think that you can only find entertainment for tourists, and no history and culture near the Red Sea, then you are wrong! About 200 km north of Hurghada, close to the small village of Zaafarana, you will find the whole two unusual pieces of history: St. Antonius ' and St Paul's monasteries, which were founded about 1,600 years ago by