Egypt is one of those countries that you have to visit at least once in your life. Egypt is living history, it is exciting to see that you are walking through buildings that are more than 4,000 years old. In Egypt, you feel small strolling among hieroglyphs and engravings, between large statues and obelisks, in front of temples built for love and moved stone by stone so that they do not get lost under the waters of the Nile.
We spent two whole weeks in Egypt and we made the trip completely for free. The only thing we hired in advance was the Nile cruise and the rest we did by public transport. We toured Cairo, Giza, Saqqara, Luxor to Aswan by cruise, Abu Simbel, Marsa Alam and Hurghada.
The Arab Republic of Egypt is a transcontinental country. Most of the country is in Africa and the Sinai Peninsula is part of Asia. The most populous city, which is also the capital of the country, is Cairo, with some 20 million inhabitants.
Egypt is a real treasure that we have just 4 hours away. A country with many things to do and see, incredible landscapes, temples with a lot of history and a coast with a very special and well-preserved seabed. Discover this country with this complete guide to travel to Egypt.
The starting point of a trip to Egypt is Cairo. A city with 20 million inhabitants and a lot of things to do. Among them, visit the Giza pyramids or the Egyptian Museum. You should dedicate at least 2-3 days to Cairo and Giza.
In this part of the complete guide to traveling to Egypt, you will find all the information related to the Nile cruise, one of the most important parts of the trip.
On any trip through Egypt, you should not miss a stop at the Red Sea. Incredible seabed, crystal clear waters and a relaxed atmosphere. We on our trip visited two places in the Red Sea: Hurghada and Marsa Alam.
For us, traveling responsibly and sustainably is a priority. We do not conceive a trip without trying to respect our environment and the people who live in it. And one of the best ways to do this is by trying to reduce waste while traveling.
Traveling without plastic in Egypt is possible but it is not easy. Here are some more detailed tips so you know how to reduce waste while traveling: