Egypt Travel Lines

Everything you need to know to plan 2 weeks in Egypt and explore the ancient wonders and temples along the Nile – Cairo, Aswan, Luxor, and Hurghada.

Egypt Travel Lines

Are you currently planning a trip to Egypt but you don’t know how to create your perfect Egypt itinerary? Then look no further, because this travel guide was written for you.

We are going to show you step by step how to see the most important tourist attractions and highlights in Egypt in two weeks. The ancient country on the Nile has so many truly outstanding places to see

Day 1: Arrival in Cairo

For the first day, Arrive in Cairo

Cairo by night tour can be one of the best evening activities you can do in Cairo. This wonderful private guided night tour of Cairo allows you to see Cairo with the local’s Eyes. Start to see a beautiful view of the city from atop point like Mokatam hills. It is an amazing place to see Cairo at sunset. And also, you will visit Islamic Cairo and Khan el Khalili


Day 2: Explore Cairo

Morning: Egyptian Museum .

 Egyptian Museum  of antiquities. It displays the largest and most precious items of Egyptian art in the world.

It exhibits a rare collection of over 250,000 genuine artefacts that date as far back as 5000 years, including an exclusive exhibit dedicated to the Tutankhamen - A collection of treasures, gold, and jewellery that were buried in his tomb for over 3,500 years before they were discovered in 1920 when his tomb was excavated.
Entrance fee to the Mummies room is not included. Then you will be Passing By Tahrir Square, where the Egyptian Revolution began in 2011. Your tour finishes with a drop-off at your hotel.

The main attraction in Cairo is certainly the fabulous Egyptian Museum . It is located on the famous Tahir Square (you do remember the Egyptian revolution of 2011, that’s where it all started) but they are currently constructing a new building in Giza called the Grand Egyptian Museum

Afternoon: Cairo Citadel & Islamic Cairo

In the afternoon, Visit Cairo Citadel of Sultan Saladin and explore the beautiful mosques within. It’s also the best viewpoint in Cairo,

The Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan is directly below the Citadel

Day 3: Trip to Giza Pyramids tour

A trip to Egypt could never be complete without visiting the pyramids. The most famous ones are located in Giza and it’s those you want to see. It only takes like 20 minutes to get there from the city centre. 

I do recommend you to head onwards to Memphis and Saqqara and see the Step Pyramids of Djoser and the Mastaba of Mereruka. Otherwise, you can also return to Cairo after Giza and explore the rest of Cairo. Again, Coptic Cairo, The Museum of Islamic Art or the Nilometer come to mind.

Day 4- Day Trip to Alexandria

Alexandria is a mythical place. Both the fabled Library of Alexandria and the Lighthouse of Alexandria filled a history tome or two. Today, little of that former glory remains, but it is a fascinating city nonetheless.

Most tourists decide to catch a glimpse of these golden days. If you don’t want to overload your Egypt itinerary with too many museums and history, you might as well skip this day trip and prolong your stay on the Red Sea.

Day 5 -Travel  to Aswan and Start The Nile cruise

On the fifth day, you will move on to Aswan in the very south of Egypt. You can either take the sleeper train from Cairo to Aswan in the evening of the 4th day or take an early plane on the morning of the fifth. The train will be cheaper as you will save the accommodation for the night (otherwise it’s more or less the same price).

Use the remainder of the day to and then take a traditional felucca boat to the Botanical garden and/or Elephantine Island. You can also decide to view the famous Unfinished Obelisk or tour the Monastery of St. Simon! The Perfect way to see Egypt with the Nile cruise(Enjoy 4 Days Nile cruise between Aswan and Luxor)

Day 6: Abu Simbel

Abu Simbel temple is probably the most iconic UNESCO World Heritage site on this planet. No wonder, the relocation of the temple of Ramses II lay the foundation of the famous organization. There are two ways to reach Abu Simbel: By bus and by the afternoon. Sail to Luxor – Via Kom Ombo The temple and the associated settlement site located 40 K.m north of Aswan, the temple was dedicated to the deities Sobek and Horus  and date mainly to the Ptolemaic and Roman period(332 B.b -395 A.c)
Sail to Edfu-Overnight in Edfu 

Day 7: Edfu and Luxor temple

Edfu temple  :



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