Shopping In Egypt

Where Can I Shopping In Egypt ? Shopping in the land of Pyramids can be a wonderful experience. You may find fantastic, one-of-a-kind merchandise. You may get terrific bargains. However, we advise you to exercise care and common sense when making any purchase. Always get a formal receipt and try to pay with credit cards, […]

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Weekends and Holidays In Egypt

What About Weekends and Holidays In Egypt ? Friday is the principle day off in Egypt with many businesses and banks closed on Saturday too. Official holidays are as follows: January 7th – Coptic Christmas February 22nd – Union Day April 25th – Sinai Liberation Day May 1st – Labor Day June 18th – Evacuation […]

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Ways To Internal Travel in Egypt

What Are Ways To Internal Travel ? Air Egypt Air operates daily flights between Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, Abu Simbel, and Hurghada. For information on schedules, contact local offices or see online (website: www.egyptair.com.eg). Air Sinai operates services from Cairo to Eilat, El Arish, Hurghada, Luxor, Ras El Nakab, St Catherine, Sharm el-Sheikh and Taba. […]

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International airports In Egypt

What Are International airports In Egypt ? Cairo International (CAI), 24km (15 miles) northeast of the city at Heliopolis (travel time – 1 hour). There are bus services every 30 minutes, and taxis are available. Special limousines are offered by local and international operators. Hotel cars may also be available. Airport facilities include incoming and […]

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Electricity In Egypt

How Can I Use Electricity In Egypt ? The electricity current is 220 volts, 50 Hz, North American travelers are advised to bring a converter, sockets are designed for round pronged plugs, if you are coming from the UK, you will need an adaptor for your plugs. The power plugs used in Egypt are 220 […]

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Medical Facilities And Health Information in Egypt

What About Medical Facilities And Health Information ? Western-trained medical professionals in Egypt. There are many of local hospitals and English-speaking physicians. Medical facilities are adequate for non-emergency matters, particularly in tourist areas. Emergency and intensive care facilities are limited. Facilities outside Cairo, Alexandria, and Sharm El Sheikh fall short of U.S. standards. Most Nile […]

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What To Wear in Egypt ?

  What Can I wear During My Trip In Egypt ? Loose, light cotton clothing is absolutely essential especially if you are traveling in the summer. Buy some clothes while you are there, it is always fun to shop for something practical in the bazaars. It is a good idea to bring a water bottle […]

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Egypt Bus Services

There are three main operators, based in Cairo, that mostly form a network that covers all of Egypt. They are as follows: The Upper Egypt Bus Company. It covers all points along the Nile valley, as well as the Fayoum and Inner Oasis and the Red Sea coast e.g. Hurghada, Safaga and Marsa Alam The East Delta Bus Company covers […]

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