One of the most beautiful places in the world, Egypt is nothing short of a fairytale coming to life! There is no denying the fact that there are several attractions here that will keep you hooked; however, picking where to go and strategically planning your itinerary is essential. Have a look at some of the options we have lined up at your disposal.

 

Abu Simbel Temples

These rock temples are a thing of beauty in the true sense. The craftsmanship, the art and architectural intelligence put into creating these temples is immense and you will be thrilled that it was created with such finesse back in the 13th century in the Nubia Village of Southern Egypt.

 

 Great Sphinx of Giza

The Great Sphinx of Giza is one of the most popular tourist sports in the country and you should definitely go and see it. It is the image of a reclining sphinx cat, which is a mythical creature that was created to depict Pharoah Khafre. It is one of the oldest statues of the world and you should definitely go and check it out while you are visiting Egypt.

 

Egyptian-Adventure

 

The Egyptian Museum

If you wish to learn about the art and culture and rich history of Egypt, you should definitely visit this museum. It is a safe house to so many mysteries that you are going to be left amazed. There are as many as 120000 antique items here and these include old papyrus manuscripts to the magnificent tombs and masks cast in gold that are still perfectly preserved. There are two floors to the museum and you will have the most amazing time exploring the realms of what created Egypt for what it is today.

 

Luxor Temple

The famous Luxor temple is one of the oldest in the country and you have to visit it to see the place of worship of the local people.  It was, interestingly, not dedicated to a God or a King. This temple was, in fact, created in dedication to the rejuvenation of Kinship and was constructed in 1400 BC. There is also a gallery that displays artefacts from those times and you will find it very interesting.

 

Mount Sinai

This place that has immense religious significance is one of the most visited tourist spots in the country. It is also known as Gabal Musa or Mount Horeb and people from different parts of the world come here and hike along the mountain.

 

Cairo Citadel

This place has been declared a World Heritage Site and it is a fortification built in the medieval times and used to provide the best views to the city’s expanse. Now, it has been transformed into a preserved site where there are museums and mosques; where people visit for worship, exploration and research.

 

When planning a trip to Egypt, make sure you research well for flight and hotel prices, so that you get the best deals, also book as soon as possible, so that you don’t have to pay exorbitant amounts later.

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