1. Giza Necropolis
The Giza Necropolis, situated in the vicinity of the southwestern suburbs of Cairo is probably the most famous ancient site in the world. It was built from 2250 BC to 2490 BC. They were built over the three generations by Khufu, his second reigning son Khafre and his grandson Menkaure. Along with these major monuments are several smaller satellite structures, known as queen pyramids, causeways, and temples. The Giza Necropolis is the UNESCO world heritage site occupying 16,203.36 ha ( 40040 acres) of land.
There is an admission fee to enter the Necropolis. You will be charged 80 Egyptian pounds (about $5.11) to enter and 200 Egyptian pounds (about $13) to go inside the great pyramid. It will cost further to enter the other pyramids.
2. Luxor Temple
The Luxor Temple is located in Luxor, Egypt. It is a large Ancient Egyptian temple complex and was constructed approximately 1400 BCE using ancient architectural styles. Luxor’s lush landscape is the setting for incredible ancient monuments. The two primary cult temples on the east bank are known as the Karnak and Luxor. Unlike the other temples in Thebes, the Luxor temple is not dedicated to a cult god or a deified version of the pharaoh in death. Luxor is a UNESCO world heritage site and considered one of the famous tourist attractions in Egypt.
There is an admission fee to enter the Luxor Temple. You will be charged 160 Egyptian Pounds ( about $ 10.21).
Cairo is a city located in Egypt. It is at the heart is Tahrir Square and the vast Egyptian Museum, a trove of antiquities including royal mummies and gilded King Tutankhamun artifacts. Nearby, Giza is the site of the iconic pyramids and Great Sphinx, dating to the 26th century BC. Cairo is a popular starting point for cruises up the Nile and for explorations of the pyramids at Giza. The pyramids at Giza are a stunning reminder of Egyptian history. There are some famous tourist attractions in this city take a look listed below.
Best places in Cairo
- Khan el Khalili
- The Egyptian museum
- Mosque of muhammad Ali
- Al Azhar Park
- Pyramid of Djoser
- Salah Al-Din Al-Ayoubi Castle, Salah Salem
Aswan is a city located in Egypt.It is known for its beautiful Nile Valley scenery, significant archaeological sites, and peaceful aura. The city provides splendid views and attractions to sail through the Nile with a felucca (Egyptian sailboat). Enjoy the view of the Aswan on the sailboat and also by visiting the attraction in it. You can able to find a lot of Luxury Hotels and restraunts to eat delicious food.
Best places in Aswan
- Unfinished Obelisk
- Nubian Museum
- Aswan Botanical Garden
- Kitchener’s Island
Dahshur is located in the desert on the west bank of the Nile approximately 40 kilometers south of Cairo. It was built by the pharaoh Sneferu founder of the Fourth Dynasty and father of Khufu, The Red Pyramid is one of Dahshur’s most famous residents and the second oldest pyramid ever built. It was built between 2613 – 2589 BC occupying 16,203.36 ha of land. It is thought that this was where Sneferu himself was buried. Dashur became a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979 and is considered as one of the major tourist attractions in Egypt.
There is an admission fee to enter the site. You will be charged 60 Egyptian Pounds ( about $ 4) for adults including the entry in the red pyramid. There is no parking charge in Dashur, It is free of cost.
6. Sharm el-Sheikh
Sharm el-Sheikh is a city located in Egypt. It is a well-known beach resort at the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula and is famous for the package holidaymakers and divers. It is one of the top diving spots in the world. some of the most popular day excursions include snorkeling visits to Nabeq, trips to the colored Canyon, and night trips to Mount Sinai. You can able to find luxury resorts and restaurants to eat a delicious meal.
Best places in Sharm el-Sheikh
- Ras Mohamed Nature Reserve
- Jaz Fanara Resort
- Saint Catherine’s Monastery
- Mustafa Mosque
- Nabq Nature Reserve
7. Siwa Oasis
Siwa Oasis is located near Egypt’s western border, It reminded culturally isolated from the rest of the until late in the 19th century. Today it is one of the famous destinations in Egypt. Travelers come to the city to enjoy the freshwater springs, and to explore the fortress remnants of Siwa’s history. It is one of the Top Ten Tourist Attractions in Egypt with tons of daily visitors. Enjoy the tourist attractions with your family and friends.
There is an admission fee to enter the Siwa Oasis. For one day you will be charged about ( $25- $35) per head.
8. Mount Sinai
Mount Sinai is located in the middle of the Sinai peninsula. Mount Sanai is said to be the place, where Moses received ten commandments from God. The mountain is 2285 meters tall and the mountain is a famous pilgrimage site and the home of the monastery of Saint Catherine. It was founded in the 6th century, the Greek monastery is one of the longest-running monasteries in the world. Enjoy the sunrise and sunset on the spot.
The pricing to go to Mount Sinai will differ from other different agencies.
Alexandria is located on the coast of the meditation sea, Alexandria is one of the leading ports and transportation hubs in Egypt. It was founded in 331 BC by Alexander the Great. The city was once considered the crossroads of the world. Many of Alexander’s most famous historic sites include a library that housed more than 500,000 books, which were destroyed by the earthquakes. Today it is one of the major tourist destinations in Egypt.
There is an admission fee to enter Alexandria. For adults you will be charged 100 Egyptian pounds ( about $ 7) per head.
Hurghada is a city located in Egypt. It is a beach resort and is considered as one of the top destinations in Egypt, with more than 100 different hotels, many are which line the shoreline. Hurghada is one of the popular destinations for diving opportunities. There are some top tourist attractions within the city listed below.
Best places in Hunghada
- Hurghada Grand Aquarium
- Jungle park resort
- Orange Bay
- Mini Egypt
- Dolphin World