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Places to Visit in Egypt

Once home to one of the oldest and grandest civilizations, Egypt houses some of the world-famous tourist attractions. Among all the monuments of majestic pharaohs, the most notable one is The Great Pyramids of Giza. From the most famed pyramids to ancient temples, and centuries-old tombs to stunning mosques, your Egypt holiday will include the exploration of Egypt’s greatest attractions. This experience will not only provide you a peek into Egypt’s medieval history but also a visually stimulating experience that is hard to find elsewhere in the world. 

Some of the top places to visit in Egypt that you can include in your Egypt tour packages are Abu Simbel Temples, The Egyptian Museum, Great Sphinx of Giza, Luxor Temple, Philae Temple, and Valley of the Kings. A ride on the felucca on the shimmering Nile River is another great attraction that you cannot miss on your Egypt vacation. The significant places to visit in Egypt are the reason why hundreds and thousands of tourists flock to the land of kings every year.

List of the Best Places to Visit in Egypt

If you want to see the biggest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts, the Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza is the place for you. Located 2 km from Egypt’s renowned attraction Giza Pyramids, the Grand Egyptian Museum when inaugurated will be one of the best places to visit in Egypt.

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Unlike other places in Egypt, Hurghada is a beach resort city, which is perfect to unwind after sightseeing in the desert in hot weather. Be it a history buff, a beach lover, or an adventure enthusiast, Hurghada offers something for every traveler. Families and couples can be seen in large numbers here diving into the Red Sea.

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There is no dearth of places to visit in Egypt, but there is something intriguing about the legendary city of Alexandria. The city you see today was envisioned by Alexander the Great, the famous Greek king of the Macedon kingdom. Although Alexandria today bustles with tourism and commerce, it still has its roots deep into its wondrous past.

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Explore the Karnak Temple Complex and travel back in time. One of the largest buildings to be ever constructed, Karnak Temple features two obelisks, hieroglyphs, multiple temples, and a sacred lake used for special rituals. Dedicated to the gods Amun, Khonsu, and goddess Mut, Karnak Temple is the most magnificent structure to be built for religious purposes.

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Dedicated to the goddess of healing and magic, Philae Temple also known as the Temple of Isis is one of the most significant monuments in Egypt. After almost getting lost in the floods as a result of Aswan Dam’s construction, the Egyptian Government and UNESCO worked together to rescue the temple, and therefore, it was relocated from Philae Island to Agilika Island, 12 km south of Aswan.

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Discover one of the most extravagant temples of Egypt on your holiday. Established by one of the greatest Egyptian Pharaohs, Ramesses II, Abu Simbel Temples are a major tourist attraction that entices millions of tourists from all over the world. Also known as the Temple of Ramses II or Ramesses II, they are two massive huge rock-cut temples located along Lake Nasser’s Shore and are one of the must-visit places in Egypt.

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Ever since the English archeologist Howard Carter discovered the tombs to reveal the treasures of King Tut, the Valley of Kings have been a major attraction for travelers. Famous for its beautifully painted tombs, Valley of Kings is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was used for primary burials from roughly 1539 BC to 1075 BC.

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Come explore one of the ancient structures in the world, the Pyramids of Giza. They are the last remaining of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, which are massive monuments attracting tourists from all over the world for decades now.

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