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Jan/Feb - Egypt Marathon & Cairo Book Fair

Nov - Festival of Tutankhamun Tomb Discovery

Oct - Pharaohs Rally

Dec - Cairo Film Festival

Holidays in Egypt

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Today, modern life coexists with the legacies of the past, with road links taking you from scenery as diverse as the Nile Valleys to the Red Sea with its crystal-clear waters and marine life.

The largest country in the Arab world, Egypt is overwhelmingly desert, bisected by the River Nile. A land that captivates, enthrals and entices, it is not only home to awe-inspiring ancient monuments, it also boasts luxury resorts and hotels.

Cairo, a major city since the time of the Pharaohs, never fails to make a strong impression. Your holiday in Egypt can be as diverse as the land itself, visiting the Sphinx perhaps and the Great Pyramids, the only one of the Seven Wonders of th... Read more

The largest country in the Arab world, Egypt is overwhelmingly desert, bisected by the River Nile. A land that captivates, enthrals and entices, it is not only home to awe-inspiring ancient monuments, it also boasts luxury resorts and hotels.

Cairo, a major city since the time of the Pharaohs, never fails to make a strong impression. Your holiday in Egypt can be as diverse as the land itself, visiting the Sphinx perhaps and the Great Pyramids, the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still in existence. Alternatively, head for Soma Bay or Ain Soukhna and the Red Sea for some spectacular scuba-diving, snorkelling and family fun. A romantic cruise down the River Nile is always recommended. Whatever you choose to do, Egypt promises a cultural experience second to none!

Vibrant Cities

In Cairo, life is fast. Bustling car-filled streets zigzag the Nile, a city thriving on the influences of a Mediterranean lifestyle and the spectacles of ancient civilisations. The sleepier region, Upper Egypt, home to Luxor, today still lives from the land fed by the Nile, and whilst little has changed, the presence of modern hotels and cruise boats are a small indication of its huge popularity.

Red Sea Paradise

Few places on the planet offer such diversity as the Red Sea. From the underwater treasures of the coral reefs to the golden beaches or the excitement and variety of water sports, the luxurious resorts that line the turquoise waters are home to a multitude of activities. antiquity Rich in culture and steeped in history, the ancients of Egypt arguably established one of the planet's most sophisticated civilisations. No visit to Egypt is complete without visiting the museums, palaces, mausoleums, temples and pyramids that litter its landscapes. The Egyptian Museum is home to the beautiful antiquities of the boy King Tutankhamun.

The Nile

The timeless life-giving Nile was revered by the ancients. Today the Nile, no less important to the Egyptians, provides the means of experiencing the water-bound journey enjoyed by the Pharaohs themselves. Nile cruising is a great way of seeing the spectacular sights of Upper Egypt in the comfort of a luxurious floating hotel.

Tee for Two

Though perhaps not as widely recognised for its golf courses, Egypt is quickly becoming a very popular destination for golfers looking for something different. The ability to relax on the beach or explore the antiquities after a round are amongst the unique propositions. A choice of courses in Cairo, Luxor and the Red Sea provides immense flexibility.

Shopping

With a great choice of bazaars, souks and shops, there is no shortage of shopping opportunities in Luxor and especially Cairo, where it's possible to buy almost anything, taking advantage of the excellent exchange rate. In Cairo, be sure to visit the many modern malls and the famous Khan El Khalili souk. In the old bazaars and souks, bargaining is definitely part of the fun.

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Things to do/attractions

Jan/Feb - Egypt Marathon & Cairo Book Fair

Nov - Festival of Tutankhamun Tomb Discovery

Oct - Pharaohs Rally

Dec - Cairo Film Festival

Sight Seeing Ideas

Vibrant Cities

In Cairo, life is fast. Bustling car-filled streets zigzag the Nile, a city thriving on the influences of a Mediterranean lifestyle and the spectacles of ancient civilisations. The sleepier region, Upper Egypt, home to Luxor, today still lives from the land fed by the Nile, and whilst little has changed, the presence of modern hotels and cruise boats are a small indication of its huge popularity.

Red Sea Paradise

Few places on the planet offer such diversity as the Red Sea. From the underwater treasures of the coral reefs to the golden beaches or the excitement and variety of water sports, the luxurious resorts that line the turquoise waters are home to a multitude of activities. antiquity Rich in culture and steeped in history, the ancients of Egypt arguably established one of the planet's most sophisticated civilisations. No visit to Egypt is complete without visiting the museums, palaces, mausoleums, temples and pyramids that litter its landscapes. The Egyptian Museum is home to the beautiful antiquities of the boy King Tutankhamun.

The Nile

The timeless life-giving Nile was revered by the ancients. Today the Nile, no less important to the Egyptians, provides the means of experiencing the water-bound journey enjoyed by the Pharaohs themselves. Nile cruising is a great way of seeing the spectacular sights of Upper Egypt in the comfort of a luxurious floating hotel.

Tee for Two

Though perhaps not as widely recognised for its golf courses, Egypt is quickly becoming a very popular destination for golfers looking for something different. The ability to relax on the beach or explore the antiquities after a round are amongst the unique propositions. A choice of courses in Cairo, Luxor and the Red Sea provides immense flexibility.

Shopping

With a great choice of bazaars, souks and shops, there is no shortage of shopping opportunities in Luxor and especially Cairo, where it's possible to buy almost anything, taking advantage of the excellent exchange rate. In Cairo, be sure to visit the many modern malls and the famous Khan El Khalili souk. In the old bazaars and souks, bargaining is definitely part of the fun.

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