Egypt travel guides.
Cairo is the capital of Egypt and the largest city in Africa, with a name that means "the victorious city."
Located in Upper Egypt Luxor has been described as the world’s largest open-air museum.
Information & history of Alexandria, It is situated on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt, 179Km (111 miles) north of Cairo.
Aswan is the third biggest town in Egypt today and the biggest one in upper Egypt.
Hurghada is one of Egypt's main tourist centers located right on the Red Sea coast.
Port Said is one of Egypt's largest cities and is a popular coastal town on the edge of the Suez canal.
Matrouh is a hidden gem of Egypt and its beauty remains mostly unexplored by tourists.
Sharm el Sheikh, more commonly known as Sharm, is a city on the Red Sea coast.
Dahab is a truly magical place, and a must-visit for all travelers to Egypt.
Although the Fayoum hosts many monuments, a great number of tourists miss it and do not have the chance to visit it.
The Bahariya Oasis is a beautiful stop at the northernmost point of Egypt.
With its considerable amounts of underground water, Dakhla was the capital of the oasis region during the Pharaonic period.
Al Farafra is a small oasis located in Egypt's western desert.
Wadi El-Natron is located 100 km northwest of Cairo and is built in a natural depression in the western desert.
Safaga is an Egyptian city located 65 kilometers south of Hurghada.
Nuweiba is located in a unique place between Dahab to the south and from Taba, which is 85 kilometers north.
Taba is a paradise full of deluxe holiday resorts that overlooks the legendary beauty of the Red Sea.
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