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Cairo and Egypt

  • Luxor

    Luxor, Egypt

    Luxor, also called the world’s greatest open-air museum, is a vast complex of ancient monuments from the time of Thebes. Located on the Nile River’s east bank in southern Egypt, about... explore more
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    St. Catherine's Monastery, Sinai, Egypt

    St. Catherine’s Monastery is the oldest consistently-inhabited Christian monastery in the world, with a history dating back seventeen centuries. The monastery is believed to have been built where God appeared to Moses... explore more
  • Tour Israel, Jordan, and Egypt

    How to Tour Israel, Jordan, and Egypt

    If you’re planning a visit to Israel, Jordan, or Egypt – prepare to be delighted. Regardless of the duration of your trip, you’ll have plenty to explore within each country. But... explore more
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    Nearly 15 million tourists flock to Cairo every year to cross off what can be found on most travelers’ and history junkies’ bucket list; to come face to face with the... explore more
  • How to get from Israel to Sinai

    How to get from Israel to Sinai

    More and more travelers are making their way to the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, the desert region situated between the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea and wonder: How to get... explore more
  • Jerusalem (Or Hiltch)

    How to get from Sharm el Sheikh to Jerusalem

    Getting from the Sinai resort of Sharm el Sheikh to Jerusalem, is closer and simpler than many people realise. A road transfer between the two cities takes only seven or so... explore more
  • Cairo citadel is included on most tours from Israel to Cairo

    Visiting Cairo and Egypt from Israel

    Visiting Cairo and Egypt from Israel is a popular extension to a trip to Israel for many visitors, with many tour and transportation options readily available which make it easy and relatively... explore more