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One of the largest cities in Africa and home to more than 20 million people. A trip to Egypt is not complete without a visit to this sprawling metropolis along the banks of the river Nile.
The Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian Museum was built during the region of Khedive Abbass Helmi II in 1897 and opened its doors on November 15, 1902. Today, the museum contains the most important collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world. Exhibited are over 12.000 objects from the Pharonic and Greco-Roman periods, including the celebrated mummies of ancient Egyptian kings and treasures of king Tutankhamen.
The Citadel, situated on a highly visible spur of the Mokattam Hilts of old Cairo, was the nerve center of Egypt for almost 700 years. Construction of the grand structure began in 1176 and was completed by Mohammad Ali Pasha, ruler of Egypt in the late 19th century.
Old Cairo, the eldest district in the Egyptian capital, was settled as far back as the sixth century BC. In later centuries, Romans built the fortress Babylon in the area, remnants of which still exist. Later, Old Cairo became the center of Christianity in Egypt, with as many as 20 churches built within an area of one square mile. Only five of these historic churches remain today,
The Great Pyramids and Sphinx
On the outskirts of Cairo, stands one of the seven wonders of the world: the great pyramids. Built around 4.500 years ago, the three towering pyramids are massive in size, constructed from around 2,300,000 blocks, weighing an average of two-and-a-half tons each. Within short walking distance of the pyramids is the great sphinx of Giza, built in 2620 BC in the likeness of the King of Egypt Chephran, ( Khafre ). The ancient monument- 187 feet long and 65 feet high is a human headed lion wearing a royal headdress, sitting in guard of the great pyramids.
Giza pyramids sound and light show
The performance of this spectacular sound and laser light show is a must to see while in Cairo. The voice of the great sphinx tells you the story of the Pharaohs and their life stories, also how the great pyramids where built
Sakkara is one section of the great necropolis of Memphis, capital of the Old kingdom. Egyptian kings of the first and second dynasties are buried in Sakkara, located 12 miles southwest of Cairo. The famous step pyramid of King Zoser was the first pyramid to be erected in ancient Egypt.
This historic area was the capital of ancient Egypt during the first dynasty, founded in 3105 BC as the legendary city of Menes, the king who united Upper and Lower Egypt. In its early years of existence, Memphis was the fortress from which Menes reigned over the land and water routes connecting upper Egypt to the Delta.
Journey back into an ancient time, with the magnificent temples of Luxor and Karnack, the valley of the Kings and the Temple of Hatshepsut. Stroll along the cornice or visit the old bazaar quarter, take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage or explore the wonders of the temples.
Aswan is Egypt's sunniest city, with rain virtually never seen, with a slow and relaxing pace of life, Aswan is an ideal place to escape the rigors of Egypt. Explore the souq, full eastern promise. Selling scarves, baskets, jewellery. With the aroma of spices and perfumes filling the air, watch the spectacular sunsets on the Nile. Take a felucca trip to Lord Kitchener's Island or visit the quarry where the unfinished obelisk rests, still attached for the granite bedrock.
Abu Simbel Aswan
It’s as famous for its modern history as for the Pharonic time. The Temple of Ramses the second at Abu Simbel is one of the most impressive sights of the modern world, originally carved into solid rock on the shore of Lake Nasser. The temple was raised by 30 meters when the Aswan high dam was constructed and relocated at its present site, this monument truly shows mankind past and present at its most ingenious.
Situated on the western coast of the Red Sea, Hurghada has warm crystal clear waters and desert sands, is a haven for water sports enthusiasts and sun seekers. With an enviable climate, Hurghada, originally a fishing village has expanded to become an international resort.
2- Sharm El Sheikh
Located at the Sinai's most southern tip, Sharm El sheikh, with a backdrop of beautiful pink mountains, is a rapidly expanding cosmopolitan city, sample the local cuisine in the many bars and restaurants along the bay or visit the colorful banner. With a number of sight-seeing attractions this resort has something for everyone.
3- Marsa Alam:
Situated on the western coast of the Red Sea. Marsa Alam is all about the relaxing atmosphere, blue sky, pristine beaches, and exotic aquatic life. Well popular among the divers, and wind surfers, this new holiday destination of Egypt gives a tough competition to other well established resort areas of Egypt like Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh.
The Bahareyya oasis is 365 km (235 miles) south of Cairo. It is rich with wildlife and famous for its olives and palm dates in addition to other oasis crops. It lies in a natural desert depression but is now threatened by sand crawls; also it has the part of the Egyptian desert called the white desert.
Saint Catherine is a monastery that is set on a site believed to be the place where God delivered His Ten Commandments to Moses and the place of the burning bush.
Enjoy a few days on one of the fascinating Nile cruises with a few stops to visit the ancient Nile valley temples which has nice atmosphere and every sight is different than others and dates from different periods.