Sharm el Sheikh
Sharm el-Sheikh is sometimes called the "City of Peace", referring to the large number of international peace conferences that have been held there.
The Pyramids in Giza The oldest, yet the only surviving of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
CairoCairo - the city that never sleeps. Cairo is a city of wonders ranging from the Pharaonic monumentalism of the Pyramids to the life giving Nile. In the space of a few hours it is possible to move from the medieval back streets of Islamic Cairo to the Pharaonic pyramids.
Luxor is the premier travel destination in Upper (southern) Egypt and the Nile Valley. The dynastic and religious capital of Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom Egypt, Luxor has much to offer the traveller, from vast temples, to ancient royal tombs, via spectacular desert and river scenery and a bustling modern life
Aswan is a city in the south of Egypt, some 680km (425 miles) south of Cairo, just below the Aswan Dam and Lake Nasser, with a population of 275,000. Aswan is far more relaxed and smaller than Cairo and Luxor.