The beguiling desert, magnificent monuments, and lush delta, Egypt has a lot to welcome its tourist with eye-catching attractions. With sand-covered tombs, symmetrical pyramids and towering Pharaonic temples, Egypt defines the beauty of the country. There are a lot of places to visit in Egypt but make sure that you don’t skip the temple of Philae and Hurghada which is a red sea in Egypt.
Explore the beauty of the Red Sea
Visit the Western Sahara Desert
Make a visit to Karnak Temple Complex
Witness the collection of artifacts of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo
Karnak Temple Complex
Day 1: Cairo- The Pyramids
Day 2: Egyptian Museum in Cairo
Day 3: Temple of Karnak
Day 4: Valley of the Kings
Day 5: Nile Cruise
Day 6: Aswan
Day 7: Departure
Arrive here early and get the tickets to visit the interiors of Cairo The Pyramids. Cairo, a historical city in Ancient Egypt, still lives up to its name today. Encompassing the iconic pyramids and museums filled with countless ancient wonders, Cairo retains her mystical allure. This charm is also enhanced with the addition of a luxurious element, seen in its romantic Nile River cruises and beautiful night views. From day tours to overnight tours, check out the best places to visit in Egypt.
A visit to one of Cairo’s many museums should be on top of every visitor’s list. And there’s no better starting point than popping by the Egyptian Antiquities Museum, which features over 120,000 ancient Egyptian relics. There are several rooms dedicated to various timelines and key events in Egyptian history. Make sure to visit the mummy room and see them unwrapped in front of your eyes!
This is the largest religious building in the world, built over 2000 years ago. It’s so enormous that it holds about 10 cathedrals and it is also known as the City of Temples. It contains the great temples of Amun, Khons, and Tuthmosis III. Other attractions include the Avenue of Sphinxes, the Sacred Lake, and Hypostyle Hall. The complex is so impressive that you’ll need to stay for about three hours to appreciate its sheer size.
This is a valley where the kings of the 18th to 20th dynasties are buried. About 63 tombs rest here, including that of King Tutankhamun, the boy king who ruled Egypt for about 10 years. The Valley of the Kings will let you explore the different royal tombs of the ancient people – something you shouldn’t miss when you’re in Egypt. There is vibrant wall art inside, but you are not allowed to take photos. Photography is strictly prohibited inside the Valley of the Kings.
The Nile Cruise would take you to Aswan via two mandatory stops. Basically, these are the stunning riverside sites i.e. the Temple of Horus at Edfu and the Temple of Sobek, the crocodile god. Visiting all such places on the cruise would consume your entire day 4.
Aswan is one of the most pleasant and green cities in the country. Perhaps, the city would take you on a complete day trip via the Temple of Philae which is located on the Lake Nasser's Agilika Island. Initially, the original island was on the Aswan High Dam but due to heavy floods, it had been shifted to the Lake Agilika. Still, this place is a hugely atmospheric site till date.
After having an exotic experience during Egypt tours, it is time to get ready for the departure. During this excellent Egypt itinerary, you must have covered the best places to visit in Egypt.
A country like Egypt no doubt sounds too expensive but is not much expensive that one can’t afford it in his pocket.
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