|Egypt Short Breaks|
|Underwater of Sharm El Sheikh|
Make a beautiful Egypt short Tours ton Sharm El Sheikh and Cairo, feast your eyes withe The three Pyramids of Giza Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinus, explore The Great Sphinx and enjoy taking wonderful pictures in The panorama area, know more about The Valley Temple. you can discover The Egyptian Museum that consider one of the most famous museums in the world. visit Churches in old Cairo. feel relax in Sharm El Sheikh beatchs and enjoy The sunny and wonderful weather, explore underwater by snorkeling and diving and watch colored fish and coral reefs, discover The desert by a beautiful Safari tour.
|Temple of Karnak|
Enjoy Egypt weekend Breaks you can visit Cairo and watch The Great sightseeing and make a short break to Luxor and explore many places in west bank such as The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut that built by Queen Hatshepsut is daughter of Thutmose I. walk in The valley of Kings that contains large tombs of kings. move to Colossi of Memnon which is two status built by Amenhotep III. know about The Temple of Karnak that consist of six Temples and consider the largest Temple in The world. then explore Luxor Temple that was built by Amenhotep III and Ramses II and belongs to the New Kingdom and was built in 1400 B.C.
Get a wonderful Egypt City break in Cairo and Alexandria, see very beautiful places in Cairo and explore Alexandria which is a beautiful city, located at Mediterranean sea, visit catacombs of Kom El-Shokafa, and Qaitbay Citadel that was built by Sultan Al Ashraf Sayf al Din Qa’it Bay in 1477 AD. enjoy walking through beautiful Montazah Palace that was built by the Kings of the first half of the 20th century. feast your eyes with a beautiful design of Roman amphitheatre.
There are many tours through Egypt Short Break Such as :
- Cairo And Luxor Short Breaks
- Cairo City Break Tour Package
- Cairo And Alexandria City Break
- Sharm El Sheikh And Cairo Short Breaks
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