Egypt tourist attractions are like nothing you will find anywhere in the world, it's the perfect country for a mix of activities combining culture, adventure, and relaxation.
PLACES TO VISIT:
1.PYRAMIDS OF GIZA
The pyramids are one of the world’s most recognizable landmarks and the last of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It was originally built as tombs for the mighty Pharaohs and guarded by the enigmatic Sphinx. How they were built had archaeologists scratching their heads for centuries. These megalithic memorials to dead kings are today still as wondrous a sight as they ever were.
2.LUXOR’S KARNAK TEMPLE AND THE VALLEY OF THE KINGS
The Nile-side town of Luxor in Upper Egypt offers a wide variety of tourist attractions. This is ancient Thebes, powerbase of the New Kingdom pharaohs, and home to more sights than most can see on one visit. A bundle of tombs and temples that has been called the biggest open air museum in the world can be found on the West Bank. Tourists can explore the colorful wall art of the tombs and gaze at the colossal columns in the temples.
The atmospheric, narrow lanes of the capital's Islamic Cairo district are crammed full of mosques, madrassas, and monuments dating from the Fatimid through to the Mameluke eras. The labyrinth shopping souk of Khan el-Khalili where coppersmiths and artisans still have their tiny workshops, and stalls are laden with ceramics, textiles, spice, and perfume are a favourite to tourists. Some of the most beautiful preserved architecture of the old Islamic empires is surrounding the market. Visit Al-Azhar Mosque and the dazzling Sultan Hassan Mosque, and make sure you climb to the roof of the ancient medieval gate of Bab Zuweila for the best minaret-speckled panoramas across the district.
Set upon the winding curves of the Nile tourists will find Egypt’s most tranquil town. Backed by orange-hued dunes this is the perfect place to stop and unwind for a few days and soak up the chilled-out atmosphere. Stroll the colorful streets of the Nubian villages on Elephantine Island, (the island can be reached by the river ferry). On the East Bank you can ride a camel to the desert monastery of St. Simeon. There are plenty of historic sites here and numerous temples nearby, but one of Aswan's biggest highlights is simply kicking back and watching the river life go by.
This is Ramses II's great temple, adorned with colossal statuary standing guard outside, and with an interior beautifully decorated with wall paintings. The temple is not only famous for its megalithic proportions, it is also know for the incredible feat, which saw the entire temple moved from its original setting - set to disappear under the water because of the Aswan dam - during the 1960s in a massive UNESCO operation that took four years.
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