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Top 10 Things to Do in Egypt


I traveled to Egypt for the second time in my life. My mind is blown in every way. The first time I traveled to Egypt was after finishing my MBA on a mother and daughter trip. We spent about a week in Egypt flying into Hurghada, Egypt on the Red Sea from Warsaw, Poland. On a group trip, we took a cruise on the Nile from Luxor, Egypt, and spent two nights in Hurghada, Egypt.


Egypt is known for its thousands of years of history, tradition, and diversity. With its majestic ancient landmarks like the pyramids and temples, Egypt's culture captivates globally. People continue to marvel at how the Egyptians created the Pyramid's thousands of years later.


I promised myself I would return to see the Pyramids in Giza, an Ancient Wonder of the World. I kept my promise with a visit to the Pyramids and Photoshoot.


With my travel to 7 continents now at 39+ countries, Egypt called to me to visit again. I traveled from Cypress with a stop in Rome with two flights with Wizz Air landing in Hurghada, Egypt #notsponsoredyet.







During my full-time travels in Egypt, I stayed in Hurghada, Egypt in Saal Hasheesh with Oskena Homes at Azzurra Red Sea in a a beautiful, resort-style compound with homes, resorts, markets, pharmacies, and beaches along the Red Sea for a month.


I adored my Airbnb Stay in Egypt for a condo for less than half of what I would pay for rent in Atlanta #girlmath








In Cairo, I stayed at an Airbnb with a Pyramid View with Pyramid Icons including a jacuzzi with incredible care, service, and breakfast!





It is time to put Egypt on your bucket list.






Whether you will spend one day, a week, or a month like I did, you will love it.






Egypt Highlights

Egypt is historically and culturally known for several aspects:


Rich History and Culture

Egypt's history and culture span millennia, from the awe-inspiring monuments of ancient pharaohs to the bustling streets of modern Cairo. The legacy of ancient Egypt, with its pyramids, temples, and hieroglyphs, reflects human achievement and ingenuity. Influenced by civilizations like the Greeks, Romans, and Arabs, Egypt's heritage is a vibrant mosaic of past and present. Today, the country's rich tapestry of traditions, art, and architecture continues to captivate visitors from around the globe.


Did you know that the World's Largest Air Museum is Luxor, Egypt?




Strategic Location

Egypt is located in the northeastern corner of Africa, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Red Sea to the east, Sudan to the south, and Libya to the west. It also shares maritime borders with Israel, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia.


The country is strategically situated at the crossroads of Africa, Asia, and Europe, making it a vital hub for trade and commerce throughout history. Its capital and largest city is Cairo, situated in the northern part of the country along the Nile River.



World's Longest River

If you didn't know, the Nile River is the longest river in the world at 4,132 miles. It Flows from central Africa northward through northeastern Africa to the Mediterranean Sea and has three principal streams: the Blue Nile, the Atbara, and the White Nile. I took a Fellucca Ride at Sunset on the Nile!


Beautiful Beaches

Sahl Hasheesh in Hurghada boasts some of the most beautiful beaches along the Red Sea coast. With its soft, golden sands, crystal clear waters, and pristine environment, it's the perfect destination for relaxation and recreation.


Luxurious resorts line the shores, offering exclusive access to private beach areas equipped with all the amenities you need for a day in the sun. Whether you're into water sports or simply want to unwind by the sea, Sahl Hasheesh has something for everyone to enjoy. Don't miss the opportunity to witness spectacular sunsets painting the sky with vibrant colors, creating unforgettable moments on these stunning shores.


Archaeological Treasures

Egypt's archaeological treasures are a testament to the country's rich and storied past. From the iconic Pyramids of Giza to the majestic temples of Luxor and Karnak, each site tells a story of ancient civilizations and their remarkable achievements.


The Valley of the Kings holds the secrets of pharaohs and nobles, while the Abu Simbel Temples and the Temple of Hatshepsut showcase the grandeur and beauty of ancient Egyptian architecture. Saqqara's Step Pyramid of Djoser stands as a testament to the evolution of pyramid construction.


These archaeological wonders continue to captivate the imagination of people around the world, offering glimpses into a bygone era of splendor and innovation.



Egyptian Cuisine

Egyptian cuisine is a delightful fusion of flavors influenced by its rich history and diverse cultural heritage. From aromatic spices to hearty grains and legumes, Egyptian food offers a tantalizing array of dishes to tantalize the taste buds. Staple ingredients like rice, lentils, and fava beans form the basis of many traditional meals, such as koshari and ful medames.


Street food favorites like ta'amiya (Egyptian falafel) and shawarma are enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, while dishes like mahshi (stuffed vegetables) and molokhia (green soup) showcase the country's love for bold flavors and hearty fare.


With its diverse array of dishes and vibrant flavors, Egyptian cuisine offers a culinary adventure that's sure to delight food enthusiasts around the world.



It's not easy to narrow down Egypt to a Top 10 Things to Do, but here goes!



Egypt Top 10 Things to Do

  1. Take a Boat Ride on Red Sea in Hurghada, Egypt

  2. Dive and Snorkel in the Red Sea

  3. Visit Pyramids (and a Photoshoot) in Egypt, Ancient Wonder. of the World

  4. Eat Breakfast with a Pyramid View at Marriott's Mena House

  5. Experience a Desert Adventure with a Bedouin Village, Camel, ATV, and Dune Buggy

  6. Have a Self-Love and Care Day at a Hammam Spa and Massage

  7. Take Beach Days at Sahl Hasheesh and Visit Paradise Island

  8. Explore the Worlds Largest Open Air Museum on a Day Trip to Luxor

  9. Cruise on a Nile in a Felucca Sail Boat

  10. Experience Egyptian Museums and World Famous Bazaar Khan Al Halilli









All shots are my own on Canon EOSM100, Sony A330, and/or my iPhone 13 or via Airbnb.


Travel to Egypt

Travel to Egypt is easy with all major airlines flying in and through Hurghada, Cairo, Sharm El Sheikh Airports. I flew to Hurghada via Wizz Air #notsponsoredyet from Larnaca via Rome on a direct flight.







Top 10 Egypt Things to Do

Undoubtedly, Egypt offers memorable experiences in the country.

I experienced a lot during my month in Egypt.


I spent 3.5 weeks in Hurghada and half a week in Cairo during my second time traveling to Egypt.


No matter how much time you have to travel to Egypt, make the most of it.

Whether you spend a day, a week, or months in Egypt, always make any travels your own!


In putting together the Top 10 Egypt Things to Do, I considered how I would experience travels knowing what I know now to make it easier and more enjoyable for you.



Egypt Top 10 Things to Do includes:

  1. Take a Boat Ride on Red Sea in Hurghada, Egypt

  2. Dive and Snorkel in the Red Sea

  3. Visit Pyramids (and a Photoshoot) in Egypt, Ancient Wonder. of the World

  4. Eat Breakfast with a Pyramid View at Marriott's Mena House

  5. Experience a Desert Adventure with a Bedouin Village, Camel, ATV, and Dune Buggy

  6. Have a Self-Love and Care Day at a Hammam Spa and Massage

  7. Take Beach Days at Sahl Hasheesh and Visit Paradise Island

  8. Explore the Worlds Largest Open Air Museum on a Day Trip to Luxor

  9. Cruise on a Nile in a Felucca Sail Boat

  10. Experience Egyptian Museums and World Famous Bazaar Khan Al Halilli




 

1 Take a Boat Ride on the Red Sea in Hurghada, Egypt

I am 100% a water baby. I love the silence in the water. The marine life in water takes my breath away. love swimming, surfing, freediving and scuba diving. One of the reasons I chose to stay by the Red Sea is because of the sea. My favorite experiences include Freediving in Honduras and swimming with turtles in Mexico, and surfing in Costa Rica. 


The Red Sea is a major body of water that lies between northeastern Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. It's renowned for its stunning coral reefs, vibrant marine life, and crystal-clear waters, making it one of the top destinations for diving and snorkeling enthusiasts worldwide.


Hurghada is a prominent Egyptian city located along the Red Sea coast. Originally a small fishing village, Hurghada has transformed into a bustling resort town, drawing tourists from around the globe with its beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts, and thriving underwater ecosystems.


One of the main attractions in the Red Sea, particularly in areas like Hurghada, is the boat ride experience. I went on boat rides when snorkeling, diving, and on a visit to Paradise Island.


Here's why it's considered a must:

  1. Access to Remote Dive Sites: Many of the Red Sea's most spectacular dive sites are located offshore and can only be reached by boat. These sites often boast pristine coral reefs, abundant marine life, and excellent visibility, providing unforgettable diving and snorkeling experiences.

  2. Opportunity for Liveaboard Trips: Liveaboard diving trips, where participants stay on a dive boat for multiple days, are popular in the Red Sea. These trips allow divers to explore a variety of dive sites across different locations, maximizing their underwater adventures.

  3. Relaxation and Scenic Views: Even if you're not into diving or snorkeling, a boat ride in the Red Sea offers a chance to relax and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. The calm, azure waters, the rugged coastline, and the endless expanse of the sea create a tranquil setting for unwinding and soaking in the natural beauty.

  4. Chance to Spot Marine Life: The Red Sea is teeming with marine biodiversity, including colorful coral reefs, tropical fish, sharks, dolphins, and even the occasional whale. A boat ride increases your chances of encountering these fascinating creatures in their natural habitat, whether you're snorkeling, diving, or simply observing from the deck.

  5. Sunset Cruises and Romantic Getaways: For couples or those seeking a romantic experience, sunset cruises are a popular option in the Red Sea. Sailing along the coast as the sun dips below the horizon, painting the sky with hues of orange and pink, creates a magical atmosphere perfect for special occasions or quiet moments together.










2 Dive and Snorkel in the Red Sea

As the sun peeked over the horizon, casting a golden glow across the tranquil waters of the Red Sea, I eagerly prepared for my diving excursion. I went diving in Red Sea after finishing grad school so I was definitely feeling it as I prepared for my dive.


If you didn't know, I am an advanced Scuba Diver. I became certified in college, and even did my advanced certification for college credit at Sam Houston State University.


Time files when you are having fun

Since 5 years passed since my last scuba dive, I knew I wanted to take a refresher course. I discovered White House Dolphin Center in Hurghada, Egypt via GetYourGuide. Mohammed and the team are incredible. The pictures and videos I received as part of the experience - unfathomable.


The boat sliced through the azure waters, carrying me towards my first dive site. As I approached the location, anticipation bubbled within me. Donning my diving gear, I took a giant stride into the sea, immersing myself in a world of vibrant colors and marine life.


Descending into the depths, I marveled at the kaleidoscope of coral formations, each teeming with an array of tropical fish darting to and fro. With each dive, I explored new underwater landscapes, from bustling coral gardens to intricate wrecks adorned with marine creatures.


Just Call Me Little Mermaid






3 Visit Pyramids and a Photoshoot at Egypt's Ancient Wonder of the World

Egyptology has fascinated me since high school. As a gift after finishing my MBA, my parents gave me a trip to Egypt from Poland (with round trip tickets, 5 star hotel, and a Nile Cruise it cost $500 for 7 days when we bought it in Poland - #travelsmart!)


My mom and I traveled to Egypt. Because of a tourist scare in Cairo at the time, the tour operator canceled the Cairo and Pyramid part of the trip. I promised myself I would return to Egypt. Here I am.


When researching different options to experience Egypt's Ancient Wonder of the World, I knew I wanted it to be unforgettable in every way. I stumbled across an Airbnb Experience with Pyramids and a Photoshoot with Egypt Eye.


Each and Every Moment Unforgettable









 

4 Breakfast with a Pyramid View at Marriott's Mena House

I experienced Queen Like Royalty Treatment at Mena House

Before coming to Cairo, I researched the best places to eat with a pyramid view. I discovered the Marriott Mena House with awe and wonder. I arrived with so much gratitude for this moment and everything it took to get me here.


Even before I sat town to eat the delictable breakfast with a pyramid view, over five team members gravitated to me and commented on my beautify energy and apparent gratitude.


Coming to Cairo for the first time and Egypt for the second time, I researched someplace special with stories, culture, and views of the Pyramids. I am SO grateful I found Mena House. The story going back to Presidents, Celebrities, Change Makers, Families - wow. Prsident Roosevelt, Princess Diana, and Will Smith have all stayed at Mena House.


I came and ended up with a pyramid facing table on the edge of the water. I sat in awe and wonder. Right away, Mahmoud Helmy was So kind. The food amazing and SO delicious.


When I went in and met Marran and Chef Mamdouh, my experience went to a whole new level. The entire time I felt like royalty. Chef went above and beyond inviting me to try different Egyptian dishes I had not tried from Falafels cousin to molasses and more.


To true connections to priceless memories to conversations and SO much gratitude.







  1. History: Mena House has a rich history dating back to the 19th century when it was originally a hunting lodge for Khedive Isma'il Pasha, the ruler of Egypt. In 1869, during the inauguration of the Suez Canal, Empress Eugénie of France stayed at the lodge, bringing it international attention. It was later converted into a luxury hotel in 1886 to accommodate elite guests visiting the nearby pyramids.

  2. Architecture: The hotel's architecture reflects a blend of traditional Egyptian style and colonial influences, with elements such as Moorish arches, ornate woodwork, and decorative motifs adorning its façade. The interior features elegant furnishings, marble floors, and intricate detailing, creating a luxurious and timeless ambiance.

  3. Location: Mena House enjoys a privileged location at the foot of the Giza Plateau, just steps away from the ancient wonders of the pyramids and the Sphinx. Guests can marvel at these architectural marvels from the hotel's terraces, gardens, and many of its rooms, offering an unparalleled setting for a memorable stay.




 


5 Experience a Desert Adventure in Egypt

Experience a Desert Adventure with a Bedouin Village, Camel, ATV, and Dune Buggy is a once in a lifetime experience.


Learning how to drive an ATV and Dune Buggy has been on my list for awhile.

It was such a vibe in an Egyptian Desert.


See for yourself




 

6 Have a Self-Love Day at a Hamam in Egypt

After years of transformation from the inside out, I am a huge believer of taking time for you. On Valentines 2024, I visited Sultan Hamam in Hurghada, Egypt and experienced one of the best massages of my life.


Sultan Hamam in Hurghada

Sultan Hamam is a renowned spa and wellness center located in Hurghada, Egypt, known for its opulent facilities and exceptional service. Drawing inspiration from traditional Turkish bathhouses, or hammams, Sultan Hamam offers a tranquil oasis where guests can indulge in a range of spa treatments designed to relax the mind, body, and soul.



  1. Dry and Wet Sauna: Your experience likely began with a session in the dry sauna, where you could unwind and detoxify your body as the soothing heat enveloped you. Following this, you may have enjoyed the wet sauna, also known as a steam room, where the gentle steam opened your pores, promoting deep cleansing and relaxation.

  2. Jacuzzi: After your sauna experience, you were likely treated to a luxurious soak in the jacuzzi. The warm, bubbling water helped to soothe tired muscles, relieve tension, and promote circulation, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

  3. Scrub: One of the highlights of your experience was likely the scrub treatment, which is a traditional part of the hammam ritual. A skilled therapist gently exfoliated your skin using a special scrubbing mitt or glove, known as a kese, to remove dead skin cells and reveal smoother, softer skin underneath. The sensation of the scrub, combined with the invigorating steam and warm water, would have left you feeling utterly pampered and renewed.

  4. Massage: The crowning jewel of your experience was likely the massage, where skilled therapists used a combination of techniques to ease tension, soothe sore muscles, and promote relaxation. Whether you opted for a Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, or aromatherapy massage, the expert hands of the therapists would have melted away any lingering stress or discomfort, leaving you in a state of blissful tranquility.




7 Beach Days at Sahl Hasheesh and Visit Paradise Island

Sahl Hasheesh is a luxurious resort destination located along the Red Sea coast near Hurghada, Egypt. It's renowned for its pristine beaches, clear turquoise waters, and upscale amenities, making it a popular choice for travelers seeking a tranquil and indulgent escape.


Oskena Homes, the Airbnb I stayed, is located in Azzurra Red Sea within the Sahl Hasheesh resort.





Paradise Island is accessible via tour only.






 

8 Explore Luxor: Worlds Largest Open Air Museum

Luxor, often referred to as the "world's greatest open-air museum," is a city located on the east bank of the Nile River in southern Egypt. Renowned for its wealth of archaeological treasures and ancient monuments, Luxor is a must-visit in Egypt.


This is my second time visiting Luxor in my life. The first time was with my mom in the middle of June and 125+ degree weather. This time I visited in February, and it was much more enjoyable. I traveled to Luxor on a Day Trip with GetYourGuide. Our guide, Nana is super cute and funny. She kept calling us "kids". We visited Karnak Temple, Valley of the Kings, Nile River, Hatshepsut Temple, Alabaster Store, and more.







Here's why a day trip to Luxor is an essential experience:

1. Historical Significance: Luxor was the ancient Egyptian city of Thebes, the capital of the New Kingdom (1550–1070 BCE) and the center of power and religious worship for millennia. It boasts a rich history that spans thousands of years, with many of its temples, tombs, and monuments dating back to ancient times.

2. Iconic Landmarks: Luxor is home to some of the most iconic landmarks of ancient Egypt, including the Karnak Temple Complex, the Luxor Temple, the Valley of the Kings, and the Valley of the Queens. These archaeological sites are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and offer unparalleled insights into the civilization and culture of ancient Egypt.

3. Karnak Temple Complex: The Karnak Temple Complex is one of the largest religious complexes in the world and was dedicated to the worship of the god Amun. It features massive pylons, towering columns, intricately carved reliefs, and sacred lakes, providing a glimpse into the grandeur and splendor of ancient Egyptian architecture and religious practices.

4. Luxor Temple: Located in the heart of the city, Luxor Temple is a stunning example of ancient Egyptian temple architecture. Built during the New Kingdom, it was dedicated to the god Amun-Ra and served as the focal point for the annual Opet Festival. The temple's grand entrance, colossal statues, and well-preserved hieroglyphs make it a must-see attraction in Luxor.

5. Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens: These two valleys on the west bank of the Nile are home to the elaborate tombs of ancient Egyptian pharaohs, queens, and nobles, including the famous tomb of Tutankhamun. Visitors can explore the intricately decorated burial chambers and marvel at the exquisite artwork and hieroglyphic inscriptions that adorn the walls.



 

9 Cruise on a Nile in a Felucca Sail Boat

I wanted to experience my last night in Egypt in an unique way. I thought to myself "sailing on the Nile at sunset in a Felucca is perfect!" I discovered an Airbnb Experience with Mo, who is incredibly kind and served a beautiful French family and I wonderfully.








10 Experience Egyptian Museums and World Famous Bazaar Khan Al Halilli


During my travels to Egypt, I visited the Egyptian Museum on my own with an Uber and The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization with my Pyramids and Photoshoot Experience in Cairo.


In the Egyptian Museum, I spent about 1-2 hours. The most memorable is the sheer volume of Egyptian antiquities and the Tutankhamun Exhibit.


The artistry, abundance, and attention to detail of the Tutankhamun artifacts is astounding.


Photo Credit: Egypt Today (photos and videos are not allowed in the exhibit)









The Egyptian Museum in Cairo, also known as the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, is one of the most renowned museums in the world for its extensive collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts.


1. History: The Egyptian Museum was founded in 1858 by the famous French Egyptologist Auguste Mariette. Originally housed in a different location, the museum was later moved to its current location in Tahrir Square, Cairo, in 1902. The museum's primary purpose is to preserve and showcase Egypt's cultural heritage, spanning thousands of years of history.

2. Collection: The museum boasts an unparalleled collection of over 120,000 artifacts, making it the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world. The artifacts cover various aspects of ancient Egyptian civilization, including art, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, tools, and funerary objects.

3. Highlights: Some of the most iconic artifacts housed in the Egyptian Museum include the treasures of Tutankhamun, one of the most famous pharaohs of ancient Egypt. These treasures, discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings by Howard Carter in 1922, include his golden death mask, sarcophagi, jewelry, chariots, and other grave goods.

4. Other Notable Exhibits: In addition to the treasures of Tutankhamun, the museum features many other significant artifacts from various periods of ancient Egyptian history. These include statues of pharaohs and gods, mummies and coffins, papyrus scrolls with hieroglyphic texts, and artifacts from the Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom, and other periods.

5. Architecture: The museum building itself is an architectural masterpiece, designed in the Neoclassical style by French architect Marcel Dourgnon. It features a grand façade adorned with columns and hieroglyphic inscriptions, while the interior is divided into numerous halls and galleries showcasing different aspects of ancient Egyptian culture.

6. Renovation and Expansion: In recent years, the Egyptian government has undertaken efforts to renovate and modernize the museum to better preserve its priceless artifacts and enhance the visitor experience. Additionally, the construction of the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) near the Giza Pyramids is underway, which will house an even larger collection of Egyptian antiquities when completed.


Overall, the Egyptian Museum in Cairo is a treasure trove of ancient Egyptian history and culture, offering visitors a fascinating glimpse into one of the world's greatest civilizations.


I saw royal mummies at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization

National Museum of Egyptian Civilization

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is a prominent cultural institution located in Cairo, Egypt. Established with the aim of celebrating and preserving Egypt's rich and diverse heritage, the museum showcases the country's civilization from prehistoric times to the present day.


The NMEC is housed in a modern building complex in the Fustat area of Cairo, overlooking the historic site of Old Cairo. It features a comprehensive collection of artifacts, artworks, and exhibits that highlight various aspects of Egyptian history, culture, and civilization.


Visitors to the NMEC can explore a wide range of galleries and exhibitions, each focusing on different periods and themes of Egyptian civilization. From prehistoric artifacts and ancient Egyptian art to Islamic artifacts and modern cultural expressions, the museum offers a holistic and immersive experience for visitors of all ages.


Khan El Khalli Bazaar

Khan El Khalili Bazaar definitely gives Aladdin vibes

Khan El Khalili Bazaar is one of Cairo's most famous and vibrant marketplaces, renowned for its bustling atmosphere, diverse array of shops, and rich historical significance. I visited on a Thursday afternoon after recommendations to visit on a weekday. I was called Shakira constantly lol and bought some souvenirs and at Koshari -an Egyptian vegetarian dish.



1. History: The Khan El Khalili Bazaar dates back to the 14th century when it was established as a caravanserai, or a roadside inn, to accommodate traveling merchants and traders. Over the centuries, it evolved into a thriving commercial hub and a focal point of Cairo's economic and social life.

2. Location: The bazaar is located in the heart of Islamic Cairo, near the historic Al-Azhar Mosque and the famous Al-Hussein Mosque. Its central location makes it easily accessible to both locals and tourists alike.

3. Architecture: The bazaar's labyrinthine alleyways are lined with centuries-old buildings adorned with intricate Islamic architectural details, including ornate arches, domes, and decorative motifs. Wandering through the narrow streets feels like stepping back in time to medieval Cairo.

4. Shopping: Khan El Khalili is a shopper's paradise, offering a wide range of goods and souvenirs. Visitors can browse through shops selling everything from traditional crafts, such as handcrafted textiles, carpets, pottery, and jewelry, to spices, perfumes, antiques, and trinkets. Haggling is a common practice, so bargaining with vendors is encouraged to get the best deals.

5. Cafes and Restaurants: The bazaar is also home to numerous cafes and restaurants where visitors can take a break from shopping and enjoy traditional Egyptian cuisine, such as kebabs, falafel, koshari, and mint tea. Sitting at a café and watching the bustling activity of the market is a quintessential Cairo experience.

6. Culture and Atmosphere: Beyond its commercial aspects, Khan El Khalili is a vibrant cultural hub where visitors can immerse themselves in the sights, sounds, and smells of Cairo. Street performers, musicians, and storytellers often entertain crowds, adding to the lively atmosphere of the market.

7. Historical Landmarks: In addition to shopping, visitors to Khan El Khalili can explore several historical landmarks nearby, including the Al-Azhar Mosque, one of the oldest universities in the world, and the Al-Hussein Mosque, believed to contain the head of the prophet Hussein.

Overall, Khan El Khalili Bazaar offers a sensory-rich experience that captures the essence of Cairo's rich history, culture, and traditions. It's a must-visit destination for anyone exploring the vibrant city of Cairo.


 

Top 10 Things to Do: Egypt

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