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There is so many ways to travel in Egypt and so much to see .From Cairo (the capital) to Luxor To Aswan in the south (Upper-Egypt) and to Alexandria, Alamein on the Mediterranean Sea to Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh on the Red Sea and to Sinai to the Oasis in the Desert .

Egypt is unique as it witnessed different historical periods starting from the unique and only Pharaonic period to the Coptic (early Egyptian Christianity) to the Gregg-Roman period and the African influence to the Arabic-Islamic period and the European influence through the Crusade wars, and the French and the Turkish and British occupation.

All these civilizations and cultures lived on the same Land for thousands of years ago till we reached now the modern Egypt .Modern Egypt .You can see Mud-brick villages stand beside old ruins surrounded by buildings of steel and glass.Townsfolk dress in long flowing robes"galabias" and veiled women, others in tight Levis jeans and Reeboks.City traffic and car horns competes with donkey-drawn carts and wandering goats. Nowhere are these contrasts played out so colorfully as in Egypt. You really do not want to miss any part of it.

Egypt is divided verticaly by the longest river on earth the Nile into the East bank and the West bank . So travel by land means to travel by flight or train or bus or coach along the river Nile and not on it and still you can enjoy all of it. Egypt has an excellent Net of roads,railways, (day,night,sleeper trains),more than one reliable domestic air flight organizations. All the transportation services and prices are fix and controlled by the government .Cairo, Egypt, the capital,known officially as"Al-Qahirah" is one of the world's largest urban areas .It offers many sites to see ancient temples, tombs, Jewish and Christian churches, Muslim monuments, and the Egyptian Antiquities Museum in the city center.Close by on the very edge of the city the three Great Pyramids and the Sphinx of Giza. Cairo provides great modern culture, including art galleries and music halls, such as the Cairo Opera House. Cairo, is an amazing city full of life 24 hours every day, with the noisy honking of horns, children playing in the streets and merchants selling their wears and services on the street..


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