Tipping, Baksheesh, or Gratuity

     What does tipping mean? Tipping is very common and expected everywhere in a lot of countries like United States of America, turkey, Jordan and in Egypt as well, so you will hear the word “tipping” a lot in Egypt as it’s a way the Egyptians use to thank anyone provides them a service that’s […]

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The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC)

The NMEC IS the first museum to be devoted to the entirety of Egyptian civilization, the most distinguished and integrated museum in the world. What are the names of the Museum? The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization The National Museum of Civilization Fustat Museum Civilization Museum Ain El-Sira Museum Where is the civilization Museum Located?  […]

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Sokhna Port

Considered as the Port of 21st century and one of the recent ports in Egypt, it is regarded as one of the huge national projects. It is also the result of planning, regular executing for an important phase concerning the position of Egypt on the map and considered the first comprehensive and multipurpose hub port. […]

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Alexandria Port

Alexandria Port is located on the west side of the Nile Delta between the Mediterranean Sea and Mariot Lake, Alexandria is the second most important city and the main port in Egypt, the port handles approximately 60% of Egypt’s foreign trade and consists of two harbors (East and West) separated by a T-shaped peninsula.

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Safaga Port

Safag is a town located in the Red Sea coastline, 53 km (33 miles) south of Hurghada and only 220 km (140 miles) to Luxor. as a marine port connected by a regular cruise shuttle service line with Saudi Arabia and Jordan Safaga was a merchant port for many years, but now days considered one […]

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Port Said Port

Port Said port is one of the most important Egyptian ports on the Mediterranean Sea due to its geographical site where it is located on the Eastern entrance of the Suez Canal, the biggest global commercial navigational channel linking Europe with the East, and also considered biggest crossing traffic port in the world. The port […]

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Bahariya Oasis

El-Wahat Bahariya in Arabic means northern oasis located in Western Desert of Egypt around 370 km to the North of ‎Cairo. Bahariya Oasis famous by alot of hot springs like Ain Bishmu which dates back to Roman times, Bir Al Nebaga ‎which is situated in Bawiti, and Bir Matar which is situated further to the […]

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Siwa Oasis

Considered one of the oldest remaining intact oases in the whole world, located in Western Desert 50 km ‎‎(30 mi) east of the Egyptian Sand Sea Libyan border, and 560 km (348 mi) from Cairo.‎

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Kharga Oasis

The largest of the Western Desert Oases its name in Arabic means “the outside” located in the southernmost of Egypt, ‎Kharga Oasis occupies a depression around 160 kilometers long and from 20 kilometers to 80 kilometers wide about ‎‎200 kilometers west of the Nile, from Asyut city 232 kilometers and around 550 kilometers fromCairo.Kharga Oasis’s […]

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