Where in Egypt do you want to go?
Cairo, the vast capital of Egypt, sits on the Nile River. Tahrir Square and the huge Egyptian Museum are at its heart, a trove of antiques like royal mummies and golden King Tutankhamun artefacts. Giza is also the location of the famed pyramids and the Great Sphinx, dating back to the 26th century BC. The 187 m Cairo Tower, in the leafy Zamalek district of Gezira Island, offers panoramic views of the city.
Luxor, the most well known recognized City in Upper (Southern) Egypt and the capital of Luxor Governorate, known famously for its oldest and most Ancient Egyptian sites. Originally called ‘Thebes’ in Ancient Egypt, Luxor is often known also as the ‘World’s greatest open-air Museum’. Luxor harbours many of the country’s most astonishing monuments and is the starting point of the majority of river cruises.
Alexandria, Egypt’s second-largest city that boasts a thriving port along its 32 kilometres of coastline. The Mediterranean’s dazzling jewel of a city, home to the Great Library of Alexandria and the colossal Pharos Lighthouse - one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Alexandria was the capital of Egypt from its founding by Alexander the Great in 332 bce.