Alexandria was first founded in 331 BC by Alexander the Great. As he was passing through Egyptian territory, Alexander wanted to build a large Greek city on the Egyptian coast that would bear his name.
In recent years Sharm El Sheikh has developed into one of the most popular holiday resorts on the Red Sea and not without reason, because the resort..
Al Sokhna meaning “the hot Spring” is a town lying along the western shore of the Red Sea’s Gulf of Suez Governorate..
Many associate Hurghada with the fascinating, colorful underwater world, however the largest Egyptian touristic center on the Red Sea has a lot more to offer.
Developed by Orascom Hotels and Development from 1989, El Gouna (“The lagoon”) is an Egyptian tourist resort..
Experience a taste of colours, culture, and history of our bustling capital city.
A charming city where the present and the past go hand in hand. Situated in Upper Egypt, Luxor inhabits both the east and west banks of the river Nile.
Deep down the south of Egypt lies the beautiful city of Aswan. One of the sunniest places on earth, Aswan has always been a city of great importance..
Marsa Alam is one of the most famous holiday regions in southeast Egypt and is located directly on the west bank of the Red Sea, around 285 km south of Hurghada.
The city of Safaga is located around 53 km south of Hurghada and is best known for its relaxed atmosphere..
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