Where to go in Egypt
List of regions
A Nile cruise is a true icon of world travel and, for many, a quintessential part of an Egypt holiday, taking in the the historic monuments that dot the riverbank between Luxor and Aswan in luxurious style.
Discover Alexandria. Situated on the Mediterranean coast, this attractive port city named after Alexander the Great, the Greek king who conquered Egypt in the 4th century BC.
The Red Sea offers world-class snorkelling and diving holidays. Luxury resorts line the craggy coast of the Sinai Peninsula, which runs from Sharm el Sheikh at the peninsula's southern tip to Taba at the top of the Gulf of Aqaba, close to the border with Israel and Jordan.
Aswan is the gateway to southern Egypt, a bustling market city on the eastern bank of the River Nile. Nubian villages and historic monuments are to be explored in this enchanting part of the country, where Arabia melds with Africa.
Luxor stands on the site of the ancient Thebes and its many temples and tombs have given the city its unofficial title as the world's biggest open-air museum. Luxor Temple and Karnak Temple, on the west bank of the Nile close to Luxor, are often included in tailor-made Egypt travel itineraries and …
Egypt's capital is chaotic, noisy and intoxicating. Cairo is the Middle East and Africa's biggest city, bursting with the energy of 17 million people who live among its minarets, markets, mosques and mazy streets. This is a place of all night ahwas - coffee houses - and belly dancing shows, cultura…