Egypt is considered to be one of the countries with the longest history of all times. Historic monuments are spread over Egypt such as the Pyramids, Sphinx, Karnak, Valley of the Kings and many more are meant to reflect such legacy and are significant not only in studies, but are deliberately well-known worldwide. Nevertheless, an integral part of Egypt’s identity is its rich cultural heritage, which encountered, and at times acquired, numerous foreign influences including Greek, Persian, Roman, Arab, Ottoman, and European.

Cairo is considered a touristic place that includes everything tourists are searching for; historical, religious, medical and entertainment. The most iconic site in Egypt is the Giza Necropolis along with being the most visited touristic destination. The Giza Pyramid Complex includes ancient monuments which are the three pyramid complexes known as the Great Pyramids

The Great Sphinx known as the massive sculpture, several cemeteries, workers’ village and an industrial complex. The pyramids which have historically emerged large as emblems of ancient Egypt in the Western imagination, is listed as one of the seven wonders of the world, and by far the oldest of the ancient wonders and the only one still in existence!

Khan el-Khalili

Is considered one of the major touristic attractions in Egypt.
Shops present there typically sell antiques, souvenirs, and jewellery however many traditional workshops still operate in the area and the goldsmith souq.

 Last but not least, Egypt is also very well-known for its wide range of beaches situated on the Mediterranean and Red Sea. The Red Sea has crystallized serene water, colorful coral reefs, rare fish and beautiful mountains on the side.  This includes Sharm El-Sheikh, Hurghada, Dahab, Marsa Allam, Ras Sidr and the northern coast of the Mediterranean are major touristic destinations.