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Egypt Cities and Regions


The capital of Egypt swarms with bustling bazaars, cozy cafes, and Egypt’s biggest attraction, the Great Pyramids. See our Cairo Travel Guide

Nile Valley

Dotting the edges of this famed river is a plethora of historic sights, from The Valley of the Kings and Karnak to the regal monuments at Abu Simbel.


The “world’s greatest open air museum,” is the site of the ancient Egyptian city of Thebes. Visit the Temples of Karnak, the Colossi of Memnon, Queen Nefertari’s tomb in the Valley of the Queens, and, of course, the cursed tomb of Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings.


The capital of ancient Egypt for over 1,000 years, Alexandria is famed for its library and museums. Its cool Mediterranean climate draws visitors year round.


An oasis in the middle of the Sahara, this tiny village is where Alexander the Great consulted his Oracle and where visitors today come to soak in the many saline lakes.

Sinai Peninsula

Known worldwide as an idyllic vacation destination, there is much to see on this peninsula bridging Africa with the Middle East, including beachside resort town Sharm-El-Sheikh and Ras Muhammad National Park.

Red Sea coast

Once a sleepy seaside resort, Hurghada has become one of the leading destinations on the Red Sea. The world’s most northern tropical sea lures divers and snorkelers year round.

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