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The Ideal Places To Enjoy Egypt Luxury Vacation

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Imagine an Egypt luxury vacation experience spanning from Cairo to the Valley of the Kings, and from Nile to the Pyramids; there are only few places in the globe with culture and history as diverse, rich, utterly mysterious and fascinating as that of ancient Egypt.

The only concern with Egypt as a holiday destination is that, there are just too much to enjoy and see. With so numerous incredible wonders, it can be very difficult to fit enough into your schedule to see as much of this nation’s heritage as possible, without wasting significant time travelling between them. For this reason, it is very advisable to spend necessary extra cash to book yourself a quality guide, who will be able to help you make the most of your time, and make sure that you spend as much of your precious vacation time as possible reveling in the many feasts on offer.

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One of the places you will without doubt want to visit is the popular city of Cairo, the capital of Egypt, and the largest metropolitan in Africa. Known as the city that never sleeps, or the city of thousand minarets – a minaret being a tall column with onion-shaped crown or dome – Cairo has a wealth of history to offer. Whilst at the same time the city offers a modern vibrancy. It is also the permanent home of the popular Tutankhamun exhibition – the celebrated boy king whose tomb was found in 1922 by Howard Carter. Breath-taking area perfect for diving and snorkelling lies on Red Sea shore between cities Quseer and Marsa Alam. City Port Ghalib has awesome location thanks to International Marina and International Airport which are really close.

No visit to Egypt can be regarded as complete without spending a few hours gazing at the Sphinx, and staring into thousands of years of history, as you observe the sun rise above the gigantic, seemingly eternal pyramids. The pyramid at Gaza was the tallest structure made by man in the globe for 3,800 years before been beaten by Lincoln Cathedral in the 16th century.

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