We had a good trip in Cairo and its surroundings. Everything went very well. Ali our guide and very interesting.
Still plenty of images in mind. THANK YOU for your organization..
Capital of Egypt, is the most populated city in Africa. Teeming. You will quickly become attached to it. Cairo is also traveled for the wonders it possesses. For example the Egyptian Museum, the pyramids of Gizeh. Also the alleys of Islamic Cairo, the pyramids and tombs (mastabas) of Saqqara, the Old City and Christian Cairo… an induction into Egyptian culture, ancestral and modern. A trip to Egypt will be noticed by the visit to Cairo.
Second city of Egypt, less touristy. Alexandria is also not considered an Arab city. It is above all a Mediterranean city. Moreover, which draws its roots and its true richness from a mosaic of cultures. While renowned for its Greco-Roman monuments, such as the amphitheater of Kom el Dikka. Also the Citadel of Qaitbay, the ancient city and the Library of Alexandria, many of our visitors like to make their trip to Egypt including the visit of Alexandria.
The Nile Delta
Refers to the region of Egypt where the Nile flows into the Mediterranean Sea. One of the regions that makes you discover Varie Egypt 'authentic Egypt'. It is the ideal choice if you wish to make a trip to Egypt, where you will be spared from mass tourism. Moreover, the delta is an area of intensive agriculture. East of Alexandria to Port Said and Suez. To see: Tanis, the second capital of Ramses II, Ismailia, Port Said, the Suez Canal and its colonial houses. Also the Dovecotes of Qutur without forgetting Rosette.
Luxor and its surroundings
Luxor is a must when traveling to Egypt. It is located on the site of ancient Thebes, capital of the pharaohs at the height of their power. Do not miss the visit of Luxor during your next trip to Egypt. It is built around two enormous ancient monuments: the elegant temple of Luxor and the temple of Karnak. The royal tombs of the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens are on the west bank of the river, as well as the Valley of Nobles, the Temple of Hatshepsut, the Village of the Craftsmen, and further south the Temples of Edfu and Kom Ombo .