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Top 10 Places To Visit In Egypt That Will Amaze You!

Egypt is a country filled with ancient history and spectacular sites. The country has a long, rich and diverse cultural heritage, which can be seen today through its architecture, cuisine, art and customs. If you’re looking for the perfect adventure this summer, look no further. Here are 10 of the best places to visit in Egypt that will amaze you!

1. Cairo - The New Capital

Cairo is the center of diplomatic and economic life in Egypt. It is also one of the most densely populated areas in the world. Cairo has grown so much over time that parts of it have become a chaotic, crowded metropolis. However, it still has plenty to offer visitors looking for a unique experience. There are ancient mosques, museums and monuments dating back to nearly every time period in Egyptian history. Visitors will find everything from Roman ruins to Islamic architecture. If you’re looking for an urban adventure or want to get a taste of what living in Cairo is like on a daily basis, this city should be on your list!

2. Giza and Memphis

The Great Pyramid and the Sphinx are two of the most important Egyptian archeological sites in Giza. Memphis, on the other hand, is a vast site that includes temples, palaces, and an open-air museum.

3. Alexandria

Known as the “second city of Egypt,” Alexandria is one of the country’s most intriguing cities, with a rich and diverse culture. Alexandria was founded by Alexander the Great in 332 BC and it is home to one of the world’s largest libraries.

4. Luxor and Karnak Temples

Luxor and Karnak are two of the most spectacular ruins-filled destinations in Egypt. Luxor is the site of ancient Thebes, the center of power for over 2,000 years before it was conquered by Alexander the Great. The Karnak complex is a series of temples, chapels, and avenues that were built over thousands of years.

5. Red Sea Beaches

Egypt has an abundance of breathtaking beaches that are perfect for swimming, snorkeling and diving. The Red Sea beaches offer a good place to start. The sparkling water is perfect for catching some sun and enjoying the view. You’ll find plenty of places to enjoy a quick lounge before moving on to more exciting adventures!

6. Taba

Taba is a small town on the Red Sea, near Israel. The quiet seaside town is a great place to visit year-round. It’s a perfect destination for travelers of all ages and interests.

In Taba, visitors will be able to see spectacular views of the sun rise and the sun set over the Red Sea. There are many places to enjoy the water, whether you want to take a dip in the warm waters or go for a stroll along the promenade with your toes in the sand.

The nearby nature reserves are also popular destinations for tourists who want to explore Egypt’s natural beauty up close.

Tourists can try many things while visiting Taba, from experiencing different types of cuisine to diving into Islamic culture and history. One unforgettable experience awaits you at Al-Minaa Mountain Resort where you'll be able to zipline over lush forest scenery or walk through ancient ruins surrounded by trees!

7. Aswan and Abu Simbel

Aswan and Abu Simbel are two of the most famous Egyptian destinations. The former is located on the south shore of the Nile River and is home to a large number of historic monuments, including the Temple of Isis. Abu Simbel, which is located on Lake Nasser in southern Egypt, contains four colossal rock-cut temples that were carved with remarkable precision from a single mountain.

8. Dahab, the Blue City

Dahab is an example of how the color blue has become a staple in Egyptian culture. The city is also known for its beautiful beaches and laid-back surf scene.

9. Hurghada, the Beach Paradise

Hurghada is one of the most popular beach vacation destinations in Egypt. It's a great place to take your family, as it is a wonderland for children with its great weather, magnificent beaches and abundance of water sports options. The city has plenty of restaurants and shops to visit, with many hotels and resorts along the coast.

10. St. Catherine’s Monastery

St. Catherine’s Monastery is a Greek Orthodox Christian monastery, located at the foot of Mount Sinai. The monastery was built to protect and house the bodies of 10 ancient Christian monks who were martyred in the 4th century during an attack by pagan tribes from neighboring Arabia. If you visit the monastery and make it up to the roof, you will be rewarded with a spectacular view of the Red Sea and Mt. Sinai (which are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites).

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