Egypt hotels

Cairo

 

Known officially as Al-Qahirah, Cairo is famous for one of the Seven Wonders of the World: the Great pyramids of Giza, the sphinx, and a plethora of historical wealth dating back 4000 years. Nevertheless, the real charm of Cairo lies in its cultural richness. As the capitol of Egypt, Cairo is a melting pot of various religions, ethnicities and modern approaches. Enjoy the magnetism of Cairo as you walk down a bustling street full of urban appeal.

 

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Alexandria

 

Known as the pearl of the Mediterranean, Alexandria is the largest port in Egypt, and the most common summer getaway in the Middle East. It lies on the Mediterranean, west of the Nile Delta, 225 km from Cairo by the agriculture road and 221 km by the desert road. Named after Alexander the Great, it was built by his orders on the site of a small village called Racotis, in 332 BC to be the capital of his realm in Egypt, and a sea port close to his homeland, as well as a center of Greek culture and civilization. Alexandria remained, for centuries, a beacon of culture and left its mark on the history of mankind. Today, Alexandria is the second capital of Egypt. It is ideally situated, has a tempered climate and soft sandy beaches that extend from Agami west to Abou-Keir east.

 

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Sharm El Sheikh

 

With sunshine and warm waters all year round, Sharm El Sheikh is the closest destination to Europe where you can soak up sun, dive amazing corals reefs, and enjoy the sea any time you need a break from routine.  Sharm El Sheikh boasts the widest array of fun, exciting and even crazy water and extreme sports: besides diving, snorkeling, sailing, wind and kite-surfing, you can even try sky diving or parachuting from a helicopter on your next holiday in Sharm El Sheikh. Moreover, from Sharm El Sheikh, you can easily book trips and safaris into the nearby Sinai desert and discover the amazing St Catherine Monastery, or the majestic Sinai Mountains.

 

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Hurghada

 

Hurghada is the jewel of the Red Sea's West Coast. At the crossroads of three continents and blessed with year-round sunny weather, Hurghada’s location is second to none.      
Visit Beesh Beesh Village with breath taking views coupled with an unbelievable harmony of colours, the best creation to living in Egyptian Country-side style. Experience facilities and services designed for those who are looking to immerse themselves in Egyptian lifestyle and cuisine.
Enjoy different unique types of accommodation to make our clients live like Egyptians.

 

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Aswan

 

Aswan offers a rich cultural experience; you’ll get to know Nubian culture and shop for spices, henna tattoos, souvenirs and African handmade goods at the Aswan souk. The word Aswan derives in fact from the Ancient Egyptian word “Soun” meaning souk or trade. Egypt's sunniest southern city is the perfect destination to stroll and relax in a magical cultural setting: wander down the broad walkway, locally known as the corniche, to watch feluccas slowly sailing the Nile then stop at one of the floating restaurants to enjoy Nubian music and freshly caught fish. Aswan offers a splendid view of the Nile and is a great starting point for a Nile cruise.

 

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Luxor


Luxor contains one of Egypt's richest deposits of ancient artifacts. The Karnak Temple complex is a stunning example of this, covering acres of land built and rebuilt by different pharaohs. Karnak was one of ancient Egypt's most popular place of worship. The valley of the kings is a short bus ride away from Luxor. There you can explore the amazing subterranean tombs of long since deceased pharaohs. Although the tombs don't contain their precious treasures, witnessing firsthand the amazing engineering skills of the ancient Egyptians is awe-inspiring.

 

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