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12 Facts You Need to Know About the Pyramids of giza

  The pyramids have captured the imaginations of people for centuries. Perhaps because they are part of the glory of Ancient Egypt. Perhaps because they continue to mystify us as well as the best and the brightest scientists and scholars. The facts provided here are merely a “starter kit” of knowledge available about the fascinating pyramids.      1- The first and largest pyramid of Giza was built by Pharaoh Khufu c. 2550 BCE. It is the Great Pyramid. The second smaller pyramid was built by his son, Pharaoh Khafre, and the third and still...

Egypt Land of Magic and Wonder

  Egypt, a country sited in the midst of Northeast Africa and the Middle East, is without a doubt a land of awe and wonder. Filled with Millennia-old constructions and sitting along the splendorous Nile River Valley, Egypt Classical Tours will leave you speechless.   Pharaohs, Pyramids, and splendor With more than 8 million tourist per year, Egypt has astonishing landscapes to impress even to the most experienced traveler. Down below you will find a list of places that will take your breath away. The Giza Pyramids   The most representative and iconic wonder of the world and top...

Egyptian Traditional Food That You Have To Try

  A quick guide to the best that Egyptian food has to offer. There’s nowhere in the world quite like Egypt. From the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx to the stunning Red Sea coast—there are endless historic, cultural, and recreational sites to visit. As you might expect, Egypt’s food culture is similarly rich. You can of course eat all the classic foods like hummus, falafel, stuffed grape leaves, and baklava that are popular throughout the Middle East, North Africa, and the Mediterranean. Egyptian chefs often put their own spin on these beloved foods....

How to Spend a Night in Cairo

Visitors typically come to Cairo to see the pyramids at Giza—This is absolutely no surprise considering that the Great Pyramid is the only surviving original ancient wonder of the world. But what to do when the sun sets and you’re not quite ready to head back to the hotel? Luckily, Cairo is a world-class city with countless options for livening up your night. Here are a few of my favorites:   - Opera House The Cairo Opera House is Egypt’s premiere performing arts center. This large opera complex opened in 1988 and houses...

Top 5 Relaxing Destinations in Egypt

  Egypt is rightfully famous for its phenomenal history and culture: Ancient pyramids, the Sphinx, and seemingly endless temples dotting the Nile. But have you ever considered choosing Egypt for your next relaxing beach holiday? Outside the hustle and bustle of Cairo, there are plenty of places where life unfolds at a slower pace. You’ll find pristine shorelines, top-notch spas, comfortable resorts, and opportunities to enjoy water sports.  Here are the top 5 places to visit in Egypt if you’re looking to unwind.   1- Marsa Alam Marsa Alam is where to go when you...

Your guide to Spending Christmas and New Year’s in Egypt

  Holiday travel is a magical experience. The food, the decorations, the traditions, the festivities… and Egypt is no exception! You might not  consider Egypt at Christmas , after all, it is a Muslim-majority country—but you’ll find that Egyptians do indeed get into the festive spirit. Plus, a sizeable minority of the country (about 10%) are Coptic Christian, belonging to the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria. Here are a few words of advice if you’re planning a visit over the holidays:   Christmas is on January 7   Coptic Christians follow a different calendar than, say, Roman Catholics....

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