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Bordering the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea, Egypt is a link between northeast Africa and the Middle east. Among the oldest civilizations in the world, Egypt is an ancient land which dates back to the roughly 6th millennia BC. The country has seen some of the earliest developments in urbanisation, writing, agriculture, central government, and organised religion. Egypt is famed for its iconic monuments, the Great Sphinx, Giza Necropolis, as well as the ruins of Karnak, Thebes, Memphis, and the Valley of the Kings. The country is home to multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely, Ancient Thebes with its Necropolis, Saint Catherine Area, Nubian Monuments from Abu Simbel to Philae, and Abu Mena. In addition to its historic treasures, visitors will find here vast tracts of desert, the famed Nile River, and spectacular superb scuba diving sites. Beach lovers can head to Sinai, while archaeology enthusiasts will have a field day in Luxor. The country’s capital Cairo is a bustling megalopolis, while Aswan is a quaint town in the countryside. Other major attractions in Egypt are Ras Muhammad National Park, White Desert, Siwa Oasis, beaches of Dahab, Temple of Osiris, Egyptian Museum, and Wadi Al-Hitan Valley (UNESCO World Heritage Site). The country is the perfect holiday destination for those who wish to combine culture, relaxation, and adventure.
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Located on the Nile, Cairo is the largest city and capital of Egypt. It is a booming metropolitan city and among the biggest in Africa and the Arab world. Visitors can get a sense of real Egyptian street life here. Cairo is home to the globally renowned Giza pyramid complex. There are many points of interest here, especially for the history buffs like the Cairo Citadel, Mosque of Muhammad Ali, Pyramid of Djoser, Babylon Fortress, Ben Ezra Synagogue, Abdeen Palace, Hanging Church, Baron Empain Palace, and more. A part of central Cairo, Islamic Cairo around the Citadel of Cairo, is lined with madrasas, tombs, mosques, mansions, and caravanseriais. Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan and Mosque of Ibn Tulun are the most significant here. Cairo is also the region’s cultural hub with institutions such as the Cairo Opera House, Egyptian Museum, Coptic Museum, Museum of Islamic Art, and Museum of Modern Egyptian Art.


Located on the east bank of the Nile River, in southern Egypt, Luxor is the capital of Luxor Governate. The city is situated on the site of the former capital of ancient Egypt, Thebes. Luxor is home to ancient monuments and is known as the 'Greatest Open-Air Museum in the World.' Luxor Temple and Karnak Temple are emblematic of the city. Luxor is divided into areas by the Nile River. These two areas are known as East Bank and West Bank. The royal tombs of the Valley of the Queens and the Valley of the Kings lie on the West Bank. East Bank has become a modern city and has yet retained its lush green ambiance, stunning views of Nile, and traditional bazaars. The East Bank features some of the most refined hotels in Egypt. Major attractions in Luxor are Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut, Theban Necropolis, Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III, Luxor Museum, Great Hypostyle Hall, Mummification Museum, Mortuary Temple of Amenhotep III, Precinct of Mut, and Temple of Montu.


A Mediterranean port city, Alexandria is an ancient city founded by Alexander the Great in 331 BC. The city is famed for being the former home of the Lighthouse, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and of the Great Library, considered to be the largest archive of ancient knowledge during the Hellenistic period. Though these landmarks are long gone, revamped versions of them exist today. Ruins dating to antiquity can still be found all over Alexandria, including the 30m-tall granite Pompey’s Pillar, the Roman amphitheater of Kom el Dikka and the Kom el Shoqafa catacombs. Alexandria also has many old-world cafes and sandy beaches. Much of the city’s coastline is bordered by the Corniche promenade, which ends at Montazah Palace, a complex featuring public gardens, a 1932 royal residence, and beach access. Other notable landmarks here include Citadel of Qaitbay, Montaza Palace, Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi Mosque, Alexandria National Museum, St. Catherine's Cathedral, Museums of Fine Arts, Graeco-Roman Museum, and Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue.

Best Time to Visit Egypt
The best time to take Egypt flights is during the winters, from December to February. The days are sunny while the evenings are breezy. In order to skip crowds during peak season, March to April is the ideal time to take cheap flights to Egypt.
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