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Egypt Family Tours

Here are the best Egypt Family Tours for families who want to go on a trip to Egypt that is fun. The number of people in your family doesn’t matter.

You’ll see Egypt’s many wonders and learn about its history and cultures all in one trip. Enjoy the best things to do in Egypt, like going to the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Egyptian Museum, Salah El Din Citadel, Islamic Cairo, Coptic Cairo, other places, and other sites.

It’s also a good idea to go on the best family tours in Alexandria, Egypt. You can visit the Alexandria Library, Catacombs, Pompey’s Pillar, Qaitbay Citadel, and Stanly bridge.

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You can see the Luxor Temple, Karnak Temple, Hatshepsut Temple, and Abu Simbel in Aswan. You can also visit the Philae Temple, Kom Ombo, and other Pharaonic monuments on the Nile Cruise between Luxor and Aswan.

The Red Sea in Hurghada, Marsa Alam, and Sharm el-sheik are one of the things you should not miss while in Egypt.

Divers can dive in the best places in the Red Sea or look at coral reefs. They can also go fishing in the Red Sea for the first time.

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 Trip Name  Duration  Destinations  Price  Link

5 Days Cairo & Luxor Package By Air

 5 days / 4 nights  Cairo & Luxor  Start from $735  Click here

8 Days Cairo & Nile Cruise

 8 days / 7 nights  Cairo, Aswan & luxor  Start from $1,170  Click here

7 Days Budget Tour to Cairo & Nile Cruise

 7 days / 6 nights  Cairo, Aswan & luxor  Start from $1,030  Click here

5 Days Luxury tour in Cairo

 5 days / 4 nights  Cairo  Start from $375  Click here

3 Days In Cairo – Cheap Deal To Egypt

 3 days / 2 nights  Cairo  Start From $250  Click here

4 Days Egypt Luxury Tour To Cairo & Alexandria

 4 days / 3 nights Cairo & Alexandria  Start From $315  Click here

8 Days Cairo, Alexandria & Nile Cruise

 8 days / 7 nights  Cairo, Aswan, luxor & Alexandria  Start From $1,250   Click here

Find below the best Egypt Family Tours.

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Start From $400
Nile Dinner Cruise at Cairo

3 Days Cairo & Alexandria – Egypt Family Tours

3 Days Private Tour Everyday

Enjoy this tour, which is made just for families who want to go to Egypt. Visit the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Valley Temple, the Egyptian Museum, the Library of Alexandria, the Qaitbay Citadel, and Pompay's Pillar during these three days in and around Cairo and Alexandria.
Start From $360

3 Days Cairo Tour Package – Family Tour

3 Days Private Tour Everyday

Discover the treasures of Cairo on the best 3 days of Egypt tour for families. You will see the Egyptian Museum, the Citadel of Salah El-Din, the Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque, the Sirga Church, the Hanging Church, the Ben Ezra Synagogue, the Giza Pyramids, Sakkara, and Memphis.
Start From $550
Alexandria Tours, Alexandria day Trips

4 Days Cairo & Alexandria – Family Tour To Egypt

4 Days Private Tour Everyday

Easy Tours Egypt offers this 4-day trip around Cairo and Alexandria for families who like to travel to Egypt. Your tour of Cairo will start with a visit to the Egyptian Pyramids, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. From there, you'll go to the Egyptian Museum. Also, we will take you on an adventure to Alexandria to see the Library of Alexandria, the Qaitbay Citadel, Pompay's Pillar, and the Catacombs.
Start From $530
Egypt Tours

5 Days Family Tour to Cairo & Alexandria

5 Days Private Tour Everyday

Bring your family to Egypt and have an adventure on a 5-day trip to Cairo and Alexandria, where you'll see the most well-known sights in these two cities. You will start in Cairo, where you will see the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Valley Temple, the Citadel of Salah El-Din, the Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque, the Abu Sirga Church, and more. Then you will go to Alexandria to see the Library of Alexandria, Qaitbay Citadel, Pompay's Pillar, and the Catacombs.
Start From $1000
Islamic Cairo

6 Days Cairo & Nile Cruise Package – Group Tours

6 Days Private Tour Everyday

Your family is not something you pick. They are a gift from God to you, just as you are a gift to them. Enjoy this 6-day trip to Egypt with your family around Luxor and Aswan. You will start in Aswan and sail down the Nile to see the High Dam, Philae Temple, the Unfinished Obelisk, the Temple of Horus, and the Kom Ombo Temple. Then you will go to Luxor to see the Valley of the Kings and the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Last, you'll go back to Cairo to see the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Valley Temple, and the Egyptian Museum.
Start From $1350
Egypt Budget Tours

7 Days Fmaily Tour To Cairo & Nile Cruise

7 Days Private Tour Everyday

We may be changed by other things, but our families are always there for us. Start this amazing 7-day family adventure tour in Egypt, where you will see Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan. Start in Cairo and learn about the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Valley Temple, the Egyptian Museum, and Coptic and Islamic Cairo. Then, fly to the south of Egypt, where Luxor and Aswan are, to see the High Dam, Philae Temple, Unfinished Obelisk, Temple of Horus, Kom Ombo Temple, Valley of the Kings, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, and more.
Start From $950
Aswan day tour

8 Days Cairo Luxor & Aswan- Fmaily Tour

7 Days Private Tour Everyday

What if love, fun, and family could all happen at the same time? Enjoy this 8-day tour with your family in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan, Egypt, which is full of love and adventure. Visit the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Valley Temple, and the Egyptian Museum when you first get to Cairo. Then, we'll take you by sleeper train to the south of Egypt, where Luxor and Aswan are. There, you can see the High Dam, Philae Temple, Unfinished Obelisk, Temple of Horus, Valley of the Kings, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, Granite Statues of Ramses II, and more.
Start From $1295
Day Trip to Luxor From Cairo

8 Days Cairo & Nile Cruise – Egypt Family Tour

8 Days Private Tour Everyday

There's nothing better than going on a trip with your family to see a new place, eat good food, and take it easy. This 8-day trip to Egypt with your family will take you to Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan. Your tour will start in Cairo, where you will see the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Valley Temple, the Egyptian Museum, and more. Then, while sailing down the Nile in Luxor and Aswan, you will be amazed by the High Dam, Philae Temple, Temple of Horus, Kom Ombo Temple, Valley of the Kings, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, and more...
Start From $1290
Solo Trips for Women, Solo Travel Tours, Solo Travel Packages

9 Days Cairo & Nile Cruise – Family Trip to Egypt

9 Days Private Tour Everyday

Happiness is going on a trip with your family that is full of love and fun in a new place, like Egypt. Start your trip around Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan with your family to see the best sights in those three cities. Book your tickets now to see all of Cairo's best sights, like the pyramids of Giza and the Egyptian Museum. You will also sail on the Nile River to learn about Egyptian history along the Nile.
Start From $1775
Cairo by night tour, Egypt Day Tours

10- days Egypt Family Tours to Cairo & Alex & Nile Cruise

10 Days Private Tour Everyday

Are you searching for a family holiday to Egypt? This 10-day family vacation includes Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, and Aswan. Your journey begins in Cairo, home of the Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx, Valley Temple, and Egyptian Museum. Then go south to Luxor and Aswan to visit the Valley of the Kings, Queen Hatshepsut's Temple, the Memnonm Colossi, and more... Finally, we will return to Cairo and drive to Alexandria to see the Library of Alexandria, Qaitbay Citadel, Pompay's Pillar, and the Catacombs.
Start From $1590

9 Days Cairo & Nile Cruise & Hurghada Family Tour

9 Days Private Tour Everyday

All that matters are the memories we make with our family. Make the best memories with your family in Egypt by taking our family package tour. You will see the best of Egypt and learn about its past. Book your trip now and make it different.
Start From $1740

10 Days Cairo & Alexandria & Luxor & Aswan & Sharm – Family Trip

10 Days Private Tour Everyday

Travel across Egypt with your family over the course of 10-days. It is highly recommended that you take a trip to Egypt and see all of the historical sites in Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, and Aswan. In Sharm el-sheik, you may bask in the warmth of the sun, breathe in the clean air, and play on the beach. Make your reservations now to take advantage of the top Egypt family tour!
Aswan Nubian

We are trusted by many travelers

Because Easy Tours Egypt is conducted by the best Egyptian Tour Guides with more than 30 years of experience in the industry, they understand guests’ need to be self-sufficient while yet receiving quality service. As a result, we have selected tour guides with extensive expertise and a wide range of qualifications to ensure that our clients get the most out of their Egyptian vacations and memories.

Frequently Asked Questions


Why book with Easy Tours Egypt?
Why book with Easy Tours Egypt? Because we have so much experience, we are happy to use it to make high-quality tourist trips. It doesn’t matter where you want to go in Egypt because we have a network spread across the country.

Is there a discount on booking my tour in advance?
We’re happy to discount people who pay for their tour in full upfront. If the full payment for your tour is made, we will gladly cut the price of your trip by 5%. Discounted tours will not change the date or get money back.

Is there a special price for groups?
Is this true? Easy Tours Egypt does offer a special deal for big group flights. Depending on the type of trip, how long it is, and the number of people, there will be pricing.

How can I contact Easy Tours Egypt to book a tour?
If you want to make a booking, you can call, email, or chat with Easy Tours Egypt at any time. You can also fill out a reservation request form that tells us what kind of trip you want to take, how long it will be, and any other information you can think of. We will get back to you right away with a suggestion from one of our representatives.
– It’s at the bottom of our homepage. You can call us toll-free, send us an email, or use our chat service. Here, you can fill out the form to make a reservation.

What should I do to book a tour and confirm my reservation?
All you have to do is contact us through one of the ways we’ve already discussed in the previous question. In a short time, you’ll get an answer that explains your options. Then, you can make a tour that fits your needs. Once we know what you want to do, we will send you a detailed walking line with all the information and plans you need to make your trip go well.

How much will I pay as a deposit? How will I pay for it?
– A 20% deposit is required for most tours, except during peak times like Christmas and New Year’s when the deposit is 30%. You can use PayPal or a bank transfer to pay the deposit. Our representatives will be ready to help you with any extra information or support you need to make this payment.

If I have to cancel my flight, will I get a refund?
In our Terms and Conditions, we talk about restitution.


Is Egypt safe to visit?
Many tourists have been coming to Egypt for hundreds of years, and the Egyptian people have a good reputation because of how well they treat and welcome tourists. Egyptian cities are usually very safe, especially in places where tourists go. You’ll also be safe because the Egyptian army and police keep an eye on all archaeological sites. In Egypt, tourism is very safe, and the country wants to keep this up.

Is it safe for women to travel alone?
A lot of women have been able to go on trips alone and haven’t been hurt. The police, tourist police, and army are always nearby, and the Egyptians are generally safe and will try to protect solo tourists. The police, tourist police, and army are always nearby. Women who go on their own in Egypt are usually more safe than they are in places like Greece or Italy.

Make sure to take the same safety precautions you would in any other place, and don’t be tempted to walk alone in deserted areas. Take a taxi back to your home. From time to time, you’ll get invitations from people you don’t know, but don’t accept any of them!

Visa & entry to Egypt

How am i able to get my visa to go to Egypt?
Visitors to Egypt should have a passport that is at least six months old when they arrive, and everyone from outside the country should get a visa to enter Egypt. If you want to apply for a traveller visa, you can do so at any Egyptian embassy or diplomatic building in the world.

You can buy a one-month visa in advance if you’re from the following countries and don’t want to wait until you get to Egypt to apply for one. These countries are: Australia, Canada, the EU, Georgia and Japan. This only takes a few minutes to do in the bank window before you go to customs.

Egypt usually has 3 sorts of visas.t.
• Entry Visa – valid for one month; given to any non-Egyptian nationals who come into the country without having bought a visa first.
Any non-Egyptian national who comes into the country for a short period of time, such as for transit, will get a transit visa. A tourist visa, on the other hand, can be valid for up to three months and can be used to visit the country. Single or multiple-entry tickets are also available. Most tourists to Egypt buy their tickets from an Egyptian embassy or diplomatic building before they arrive in the country.

How am i able to apply for a visa to enter Egypt if I live outside my country of nationality?
– In this case, the person will apply for a visa from the Egyptian consulate or embassy in the country where he lives. He can also buy a visa when he arrives at the Cairo, Hurghada, or Luxor airports. In this case, they need to get a visa from the Egyptian embassy or diplomatic building in the country where their passport was made.

Can I extend my traveler visa when it expires?
It is possible to add a traveller, but this will require an extension from a compound building in the Tahrir compound in Cairo or government offices in another city. There is a 2-week grace period when the visa expires, during which you can buy an extension without being punished.

Can I mix my visit to Egypt and another country?
Tourists who go to Egypt usually go to other countries in the Middle East or region on the same trip. We offer business services in Jordan, Turkey, and many other places, and you can find them on our website.

Are there direct flights from the US. to Egypt?
No, EgyptAir, the official Egyptian airline, does not have direct flights from the United States to Cairo. There is a flight from New York, John F. Kennedy airport, to Cairo every five days. The trip takes twelve hours. EgyptAir, on the other hand, also flies directly from l. a. to Cairo. It takes about 17 hours to make this trip. Most people from the US stop in Europe (usually London or Paris) or in a specific area of the world (usually Morocco).

If I gain Cairo flying field from US., what’s the stopover?
Your arrival station depends on the airline you’re being abused by. Terminal 3 is also known as the new terminal in Egypt. Western European and American airlines mostly use this terminal. There are also times when planes like EgyptAir and planes from other countries like Africa and Japan land at Terminal 1.

Purchasing Items

Can I bring cigarettes and alcohol with me when I visit Egypt?
It is always recommended for travelers who want cigarettes and alcohol to buy them on arrival. There are duty-free shops at airports in Cairo, Luxor, Hurghada, El Gouna, and Sharm El Sheikh. Tourists are allowed to buy up to 3 liters of alcohol and up to 200 cigarettes upon arrival.

What happens if I do not buy alcohol and cigarettes upon arrival, will I have the opportunity to buy them elsewhere in Egypt
For tourists 48 hours after arrival to buy these products from any store in Egypt. Duty-Free locations are located in the airports of Cairo, Luxor, Hurghada, El Gouna, and Sharm El Sheikh. There are also many other locations in Cairo and in the hotels of Sharm El Sheikh, El Gouna, and Hurghada.

Can I bring alcohol and cigarette supplies with me from any other country while visiting Egypt?
Cigarettes or alcohol that is brought to Egypt from another country is 1 liter of alcohol and 200 cigarettes.


Do Egyptians speak languages other than Arabic?
Most Egyptians, who live in cities, speak or understand at least some English words or phrases. Fewer Egyptians can speak French, Italian, Spanish and German. However, professionals, who work in the tourism sector, are accustomed to visitors who cannot speak Arabic and will speak enough English and other languages to meet the needs of most travelers.

Do I have to learn Arabic to enjoy my visit to Egypt?
It is always good to learn some Arabic words to express greetings or thanks. If you plan to visit places other than popular tourist destinations, it is recommended to learn some Arabic phrases. Overall, Egyptians are friendly and happy to help anyone, especially foreigners and tourists, even if there is a language barrier.

Opening Hours, Visit religious places & Taking Photographs

What are the working hours for antiquities in Egypt?
Most of Egypt’s monuments, historic sites and museums are open from 09:00 to 17:00. Outdoor historical sites, such as the Pyramids of Giza, for example, are open from 8:00 am until sunset. Some museums have morning hours, from 9 am to 4 pm, and hours in the evening, from 5 pm to 9 pm. During Ramadan, the holy month of Ramadan from the Islamic calendar, be aware that these hours will change dramatically.

What are the working hours of different stores in Egypt?
Most stores in Egypt are open from around 10am and remain open until 10pm. However, many shops, cafes, and restaurants, especially in major cities such as Cairo, Hurghada, Sharm el-Sheikh, Luxor and Alexandria, remain open long afterward and some facilities and shops are open 24 hours in tourist areas such as Khan al-Khalili and within hotels. During Ramadan, the holy month of Ramadan for the Islamic calendar, opening hours may change significantly as shops are closed in the middle of the day and remain open later.

Is it permissible for non-Muslims to enter historical mosques in Egypt?
Non-Muslims are generally welcome to visit mosques in Egypt. However, it is always advisable to seek permission before entering mosques outside Cairo and Alexandria where people are not accustomed to tourists. Tourists and foreigners are welcomed in almost all mosques in Egypt, except those where relatives of the Prophet Muhammad are buried, such as the Hussein Mosque and the Sayyida Zeinab Mosque. Tourists are more than ever welcome to visit most mosques at any time except when they are used to pray, on Friday and during the five daily prayers of the day.

Is there any special dress to follow while visiting a mosque in Egypt?
There is no special clothing to wear while visiting a mosque in Egypt; however, it is strongly recommended to wear modest clothing and in some mosques, women will be asked to cover their hair and possibly their arms and legs. Women and men will be asked to remove their shoes before entering the mosque.

What are the most important historical mosques in Cairo?
Cairo, dubbed “the city of a thousand minarets”, is characterized by a large number of magnificent historical mosques. The most prominent of these are the Mohammed Ali Mosque in the Citadel of Salah al-Din, which was built at the beginning of the nineteenth century, the Sultan Hassan Mosque, built-in 1361, and the Al-Azhar Mosque, built-in 970 AD, which was restored and expanded several times thereafter, the Mosque of Amr ibn al-As. The first mosque in Africa was built in 640 AD, the Mosque of Ahmed Ibn Tulun, built-in 878 AD, and the Mosque of Hakim, built 1013 AD. Tourists are welcome in all these mosques on any day, except Friday.

Are tourists allowed to enter Christian monuments in Egypt?
In Egypt, churches are treated like mosques. Most churches and monasteries welcome tourists and foreigners, except during Lent. A modest dress is also recommended while visiting Christian sights in Egypt.

What are the most prominent Christian monuments in Egypt?
Christianity arrived in Egypt since the first century AD As the birthplace of Christian monasticism, Egypt hosts many interesting churches and monasteries. These include the monastery of St. Catherine in Sinai, the monastery of Abu Makar and the monastery of the Syrians in Wadi Natrun, and the monasteries of St. Anthony and St. Paul near the Red Sea to the northeast of Hurghada. There are many historical churches in Egypt, especially in Cairo and Alexandria, such as St. Barbara Church and the Hanging Church in Coptic Cairo.

Can I take pictures while visiting Egypt’s monuments?
Photography is allowed at most historical sites and museums in Egypt, but some charge an additional fee for taking a camera. However, in some museums, such as the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, and some historical sites, such as the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, photography is prohibited and visitors are required to leave their cameras at the reception desk before entering.

Can I take pictures of people, streets, etc. in Egypt?
Egyptians are known worldwide for their tolerance and hospitality; however, it is always polite to seek permission before taking a picture of people, especially women, shops or products. Photography is not allowed around army bases, airports, dams, bridges and in the metro. In most places where photography is prohibited, there will be signs to notify you.

Hotels & Health

What is the check-in time at hotels in Egypt?
As with many hotels worldwide, the check-in time at most hotels in Egypt is around midday, 12 or 1 pm. If you arrive at the hotel late at night or early in the morning, you may have to pay an extra night to reach your room immediately without having to wait until the normal check-in time.

What are the different hotel types in Egypt?
Accommodation for travelers in Egypt is widely located – everything from global luxury to simple accommodation in the inn. Compare the most beautiful hotels with luxury hotels anywhere, coming from international hotel chains like Movenpick, Hilton, Four Seasons, Sofitel. There are a variety of local hotels ranging from luxurious and simple to a hotel. Egyptian hotels have their own rating system that loosely classifies them on a 5-star scale; however, this standard differs from international standards used elsewhere.

Why stay in a hotel near the pyramids and not in the city center?
If you are in Cairo just for a few days, it will be easier for you to see locations starting from a base in Giza. Traffic from the city center to the pyramids can cause the journey to take more than an hour, which means an early start if you want to experience a full day, especially if you need to enter the Great Pyramid when you are in the plateau before 0800. If you are in Cairo For a while, the hotels in the Pyramids are all resort-based, built on an acre of land with outdoor pools and comfortable areas, something that downtown hotels can’t really afford. This is why you tend to find downtown hotels like towers; extremely long and narrow, while Giza Pyramid hotels are limited in height, but they cover more land.

The cost also comes into the equation as a simple 4-star hotel in the downtown area is more expensive than a 5-star resort in the pyramids. Cairo resembles most of the major cities in the world in this regard, as the ownership of the city center is much more expensive. Although it may seem that downtown hotels carry the luxury of being able to wander around the area for shopping, restaurants, etc. Most Pyramid hotels offer free shuttle buses to allow you to do the same, plus taxis are not expensive and will still work out cheaper in the end.

Are there any health problems I should worry about in Egypt?
In general, tourists face some unique health problems in Egypt, but sometimes travelers experience stomach upset caused by drinking tap water or eating from a local restaurant that is not recommended by the tour guides or hotel receptionist. Some travelers may suffer sunburn or heat stroke due to heat and sun during the summer if they are not careful; however, taking proper precautions and drinking bottled water can eliminate any health risks.

Currency & Tipping

What is the official currency of Egypt?
The official currency in Egypt is the Egyptian pound, or “Geneh” in Arabic, usually abbreviated as LE. One Egyptian pound is 100 piasters or “Irish” in Arabic. There are banknotes of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 pounds and there are coins of 25 piasters, 50 piasters, and 1 pound. It can sometimes be difficult to find a change in large bills, so a change in taxis and tips is always recommended.

Will I be able to replace the dollar, euro or other currencies in Egypt?
There are a large number of banks and exchange offices that can change cash and traveler’s checks in Egypt. Moreover, many tourist shops, restaurants, and bars will actually accept dollars or euros at relatively close prices to official rates. Make sure you know the current exchange rate of the dollar or the euro to the Egyptian pound.

How common is credit card use in Egypt?
Credit cards are widely used in Egypt in hotels, many shops, restaurants, and cafes. Most stores in markets such as Khan Al Khalili and Luxor Tourist Market accept credit cards. The most common types of credit cards used in Egypt are Visa, Master Card, and American Express.

Is it common practice to offer advice in Egypt?
Due to the low salaries of many professionals in Egypt, many people rely on advice or Bakhshish as it is called in Egypt, as a major part of their income. Consequently, tipping is considered customary in Egypt.

How much should I tip?
The amount depends on the situation. It is good at the restaurant to give between 5 to 10% of the instructions to the waiter directly even when adding service to the bill. Tax service does not go to the waiter. For a small interest, such as carrying luggage or parking in a car, some Egyptian pounds would be appropriate. Not more than five. Often in Egypt, you’ll find someone leaning to the bathroom to keep it clean. Give them one Egyptian pound is the right amount.

Giving tipping to the tour guide and driver is entirely optional. If you decide to give them, feel free to give what you think your experience was worth.


Will it be easy for me to find a transfer from Cairo Airport to other destinations in the city?
There are many transportation options available from Cairo Airport. The fastest and most common way is to take a taxi. The moment you leave the airport, you will find many taxi drivers offering you a ride. It is advisable to avoid riding old black cabs because they do not use meters and drivers may ask for an excessive fare. New white taxis, which use a meter, are a good option if you are traveling anywhere around Cairo, but at the airport, you may find yourself negotiating the price even with these new taxis. If you are going to downtown Cairo, you must pay more than 60 pounds.

There is a limousine service provided by Cairo Airport, which is more expensive than other modes of transport, but it is still relatively cheap when compared to the cost of transportation in North America or most European countries.

We recommend using the Cairo Airport Shuttle Bus, which you can book in advance if you are already in the country by calling 19970. You can also rent a car on arrival if you are looking for an office in the arrival hall, but you must wait a short time. It’s more expensive than a taxi, but it eliminates the hassle of negotiating the price and you’ll have a car that is especially comfortable for you.

Are there any trains from Cairo to the major cities in Egypt?
Trains in Egypt generally fall into two categories; air-conditioned trains that include luxury coaches and local trains that stop in each village or town every 15 to 20 minutes. Local trains are crowded and do not offer much comfort. Air conditioning trains usually offer first and second class cars. Both offer good options for travelers, but for a modest extra fee, first-class cars offer bigger and more comfortable seats. There are about 15 air-conditioned trains from Cairo to Alexandria daily and five flights from Cairo to Luxor and Aswan, which also stops in the major cities of the Nile Valley on the road. There are also two sleeping trains per night from Cairo to Luxor and Aswan, providing you with a private cabin and a hot dinner. The demand for trains in Egypt can be very high. It is recommended that you book your tickets several days in advance.

Is it a good idea to take the train from Cairo to distant destinations in Egypt like Aswan?
In general, the level of railway service in Egypt is good. The Egyptian railway network connects the Nile Valley, the Delta, and the Suez Canal. In summer, there are also trains to resort areas along Egypt’s Mediterranean coast.

Due to the high prices of domestic flights in Egypt, air travel does not always suit budget travelers. While travel by train takes longer, it offers a cheaper option and an unforgettable experience of seeing the entire Nile Valley by train. Sleeping trains from Cairo to Aswan and Luxor are designed specifically for tourists, departing Cairo at 9 pm and arriving in Luxor at around 4 am and in Aswan at around 7 am. These trains are comfortable and guests will be provided with a private cabin and a hot dinner.

Bus travel is available to all these locations for the Turgoman bus station, which is located near the main train station in central Cairo. Buses offer another option for affordable travel.

Can I travel by train from Cairo to Hurghada or Sharm El Sheikh?
No, Egypt’s rail service does not pass through the Suez Canal to reach many cities in Sinai and does not go south of Ismailia along the Red Sea coast. Unlike planes, tourists can take buses from Cairo to reach cities like Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada. It is also possible to rent a taxi to take you to these places, but this can be costly without traveling to divide the cost.

Is it a good idea for tourists riding in public buses to cities like Cairo and Alexandria
Buses in cities like Cairo and Alexandria literally cover the entire city. These buses are cheap (fare less than 1 EGP), and it can be difficult to know where each bus will take you and sometimes the buses are very crowded. Therefore, it is recommended to use other means of transport, such as taxis or metro when in Cairo.

Is it advisable to ride on the Cairo subway?
The metro is one of the best ways to go from one place to another within Cairo. As the streets are crowded with cars and people most of the day, the metro has become the fastest means of transportation in the Egyptian capital. Although the metro can be crowded during rush hours, it is still a good way to get around central Cairo.

Cairo’s metro travels from Helwan, the southernmost point to the meadow, in the northeastern part of the city. The second line runs from Shubra in northern Cairo to Giza in the western section of Greater Cairo. The third line of the Cairo Metro will eventually arrive at the airport, but only 5 stations are currently operating. The ticket price is EGP to transfer from any station to another on any of the three lines. Each train on the metro has two specific conditions for ladies throughout the day, which may be a good option especially when trains are very crowded.

Best Attractions in Egypt

What are the attractions and activities that should not be missed during your visit to Egypt?
Egypt, with its rich history, is a country that offers a lot to tourists and the traveler cannot see everything in one visit or even in a few visits. This is why there are a number of attractions and some activities that tourists are advised not to miss if they visit Egypt. These include:
– Visit the Pyramids of Giza
– Visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities
– Visit Salah al-Din Fort and Mohammed Ali Mosque
– Visit the White Desert
– Diving or snorkeling in Sinai or cities on the Red Sea
– Go on a cruise from the Nile from Luxor to Aswan or Bound Versa
– Explore the Monastery of St. Catherine in Sinai
– Eating kebab and kofta, a traditional Egyptian meat dish
– Visit the temples of Luxor and Karnak in Luxor
Visit Abu Simbel
– Go to Khan El Khalili tourist market in Cairo
– Explore Islamic Cairo on foot
– Discover the magic of Egyptian oases such as Siwa or Bahariya
– Visit the monuments in the West Bank of Luxor, including the Temple of Hatshepsut and the Valley of the Kings
– Eat “Fool”, Egyptian beans, and “Koshary”, a traditional Egyptian pasta dish

This is just the highlight of Egypt. There are many places around the country to enjoy it, but if you are in a hurry, use these as a guide. You are sure to see more amazing things along the way.

Visa requirements for Egypt

Visitors to Egypt should have a passport valid for a minimum of six months when arriving and everyone foreign nationals should acquire a visa to enter Egypt. you’ll apply for a traveler visa at any Egyptian embassy or diplomatic building round the world.

Passengers of the subsequent nationalities can buy a one-month visa while not applying upon arrival in Egypt: Australia, Canada, Croatia, EU, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Macedonia, Republic of Choson, state, Serbia, Ukraine, UK and also US. This solely takes a number of minutes to try and do within the bank window before looking customs

Egypt usually has 3 sorts of visas:

  • Entry Visa - valid for one month; granted to any non-Egyptian nationals coming into the country while not an antecedently purchased visa
  • Transit visa - granted to any non-Egyptian nationals coming into the country for a such as the amount of your time for reasons of transit
  • Tourist visa - valid for up to three months Associate in Nursingd accessible with single or multiple entries; purchased by the bulk of tourists to Egypt from an Egyptian embassy or diplomatic building before arrival within the country