Discover Egypt and the archeological sites that we will be guiding you to, start learning about our amazing country and its historical legacy and enjoy watching the greatness of the architecture of the temples and the tombs. Enrich your knowledge about Ancient Egypt and the Egyptian culture, our friendly anDdqualified tour guides will provide you with all the news about Egypt's information, do not wait longer to travel to this glorious ancient land where you will be enjoying every moment of your trips to Egypt. we also offer our clients a layover in Cairoin case you want to wander all over Cairo and to get to know the city during a quick and very well-organized trip that will be covering the biggest part of the main Egyptian sightseeing, we will pick you up to enjoy your Cairo day tours from the airport. Visit our Cairo Trips to choose the places and the sights you will be interested to see, such as a tour to Giza Pyramids and the amazing Coptic Cairo tour and many other tours in Cairo that are specially made for those who want to enjoy and live a quick adventure through our thrilling Egypt tour itineraries.

Cairo Top Tours note that all the medical precautions are taken regarding the COVID-19 global crisis, we make sure that the tourists enjoy their journey as it should be.

Learn about the great tombs of the kings of the old kingdom on the Giza Pyramids tour and the great Egyptian Museum tour, Cairo Top Tours will create the best Egypt tours for the clients as well as our decent and affordable prices, Check Egypt Travel Packages Egypt Day Tours, and Cairo Day Tours to organize your dream tours of Egypt and read more about the Egyptian history and mummification as well as many other secrets of Ancient Egypt.

Egypt welcomes you with its mighty Nile along the Nile valley as you will be exploring the Luxor east and west bank tour. And marvelous monuments with Cairo Top Tours which is ready to offer our guests, the best trips in Egypt and Egypt itineraries to discover most of the important things to do in Cairo, Most visitors will make a beeline straight to the most famous sightseeing the Great Pyramid of Khufu, Adventurers, backpackers, and travel bloggers could join one of our Egypt budget tours traversing the Sahara Desert, like Siwa tours from Cairo for instance or preferably the White Desert tours Egypt

History of Egypt | Egypt History Timeline

History of Egypt | Egypt History Timeline

Human settlement in Egypt dates back to at least 6000 BC, when the Nile River valley was first inhabited. The political union of Upper and Lower Egypt around 3150 BC under the first pharaoh of the First Dynasty, Narmer, united the ancient Egyptian civilization. For the most part, Egyptian rule lasted until the Achaemenid Empire conquered it in the 6th century BC.

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Kings and Rulers of Egypt

Kings and Rulers of Egypt

Egypt's history dates back to the 6th-4th millennium BC, making it one of the oldest cultures in the world. Ancient Egypt is considered the cradle of civilization, as it witnessed the emergence of literature, agriculture, urbanization, organized religion and central government.

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Pyramids of Egypt

Pyramids of Egypt | Egypt Pyramids

The Egyptian pyramids were more than just huge burial structures; they were a testament to the greatness of the ancient Egyptians in all aspects of life. Here you will learn more about the pyramids of Egypt!!!!

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Egyptian Cuisine | Ancient Egyptian Food Recipes

Egyptian Cuisine

The gastronomy of Egypt or Egyptian cuisine is very varied due to its geographical position that bridges the African and Mediterranean cuisines. Egypt is a country with a large expanse of desert and this is noticeable in some of its culinary customs. Being a Muslim country, many of the gastronomic customs are governed by the laws of Islam.

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Getting to Egypt | Egypt Tourist Visa

Getting to Egypt

To enter Egypt, travelers must obtain a passport with a minimum validity of 6 months and apply for a visa from one of the Egyptian diplomatic missions unless they are coming from one of the visa exempt or visa eligible countries on arrival.

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Clothing in Ancient Egypt

Clothing in Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egyptian clothing refers to the manner of dress of the inhabitants of this era in Ancient Egypt from the end of the Neolithic period until the collapse of the Ptolemaic kingdom with the death of Cleopatra, as well as the colors used for clothing. Egyptian clothing was full of a variety of colors.

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Religion in Egypt | Religious Beliefs In Egypt

Religion in Egypt

According to the 1971 Constitution and the Constitutional Declaration of Egypt, Islam is the official religion of Egypt and the majority of the state's population owes it. There are no specific percentages of followers of beliefs for Egypt, as official Egyptian statistics have stopped mentioning the number of followers of religions and sects since the 1996 census. But we can say that religion in Egypt controls many aspects of social life and is backed by law.

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Ramadan in Egypt

Ramadan in Egypt

The blessed month of Ramadan can be defined as the month of fasting, and is the ninth month of the Hijri calendar used in Islam. It is a special time among Muslims, as they abstain from eating, drinking, and their desires from sunrise to sunset, which is heralded by the call to the evening prayer.

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River Nile

The River Nile

The longest river in the world and is formed by the White and Blue Niles. One of the most outstanding features of the Nile is that it is the river that rises in the south and flows into the north. The two tributaries of the Nile, the White Nile, and the Blue Nile meet in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum. From there, the journey along the Nile begins to its mouth at the Mediterranean Sea, east of Alexandria.

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Port Said Port

Port Said

Port Said Port, considered one of the most important Egyptian ports due to its distinguished location at the entrance of the largest international maritime corridor (the Suez Canal) and in the middle of the largest commercial shipping line connecting Europe with the East and is considered the largest transit port in the world.

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Egypt Visa on Arrival | Egypt Visa on Arrival Eligible Countries

Egypt Visa on Arrival | Entry Visa of Egypt

Visa must be taken from one of the Egyptian diplomatic purposes for those wishing to visit beloved Egypt unless they come from one of the visa-exempt countries or countries to obtain an entry visa upon arrival. Visitors must also carry passports that are valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival in Egypt.

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Mummification in Ancient Egypt

Mummification in Ancient Egypt | Ancient Egyptian Mummification Process

Scientists said that the embalming of the dead among the ancient Egyptians began more than 6,000 years ago, much earlier than previously thought. Mummification, made famous by the ancient Egyptians, is one of the sciences that has not yet revealed all its secrets. The Egyptians have always said that the spirit that left the body at death will return. And they have not used artificial methods. That is why they were content to bury the dead in craters in the sandy soil of the desert.

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How the Pyramids were Built | Egypt Pyramids

How the Great Pyramids Were Built? | Myth of the Pyramids

The pyramids of Egypt are one of the Seven Wonders of the World. They have been used as tombs for kings and queens. The Pyramid of Khufu, located west of Giza, is the largest among them. It is a tourist attraction like no other.

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Marsa Matrouh

Marsa Matrouh Resorts | Top Beaches of Marsa Matruh

Marsa Matrouh located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, about 290 km west of Alexandria and 524 km from Cairo, and Marsa Matrouh considered its way to the Siwa Oasis and its highlights such as Dakrour Mountain, Cleopatra's Spring, and the Temple of Alexander the Great.

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Bubastis

Bubastis Ancient City | Tell-Basta | Per-Bast

The city of Bubastis or Tell-Basta is an important religious center and one of the capitals of ancient Egypt. Because of its location at the eastern entrance to Egypt, it faced the regiments coming from the east across the Sinai and encountered many of the conquerors and invaders. I was honored that it was a transit and temporary residence for the Virgin Mary and her son Christ "peace be upon them" upon their arrival in Egypt.

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Suez Governorate

El Suez Governorate | Suez Canal Egypt

In the past, it was called Qulzam. It is located east of the Nile River delta at the southern entrance of the Suez Canal. It is bordered on the north by the governorate of Ismailia, on the east by southern Sinai, and on the west by Cairo.

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Ismailia Governorate

Al-Ismailia Governorate Egypt

Ismailia Governorate is one of the governorates located on the eastern border of the Republic of Egypt in the middle of the Suez Canal, and is inhabited by about one million and three hundred thousand people, and includes conservative part of the Sinai Peninsula after the administrative division in 1979.

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North Sinai

North Sinai Governorate | Red Sea Attractions

The governorate of North Sinai enjoys a distinguished strategic location, either regionally or nationally, as it is the eastern stronghold of Egypt and represents an area linking the east and west.

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South of Sinai Governorate

South Sinai Governorate | Sinai Desert Egypt

South Sinai Governorate is considered one of the most beautiful and wonderful tourist areas in Egypt. God has endowed it with enchanting nature among mountains, plains, valleys, and beautiful beaches, in addition to the seawater where there are coral reefs, rare fish and dazzling nature.

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Giza - Ancient History Encyclopedia

Giza City | Greater Cairo | Ancient History Encyclopedia

Many human civilizations triumphed in the land of Egypt, the most famous of which was the ancient Egyptian civilization, whose ancient ruins still attest to this. The seven most famous wonders of the world are the pyramids and the Sphinx, and in this article, we will highlight the Giza Governorate.

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Giza - Ancient History Encyclopedia

In Egypt flourished a large number of human cultures, the most famous being the ancient Egyptian civilisation, of which ruins are still visible today. Two of the seven most renowned wonder of the world are the pyramids and the Sphinx and in this article we will focus on the Governorate of Giza.

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The Temples of Ancient Egypt

The Temples of Ancient Egypt

There were two competing forces in the universe in ancient Egypt: fertility and aridity, life and death, order and chaos which were kept under control by goddess Maat and the building of massive temples dedicated to gods. You're supported by Cairo top tours!!

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Funeral Traditions in Ancient Egypt

Funeral Traditions in Ancient Egypt

Since the ancient Egyptians believed firmly in an eternal life, they conceived a complex funerary service that enabled them to continue to live after death. More information and interesting facts on ancient Egyptian tomb rites, mummifications and ancient Egyptian mythology can be found here in Cairo Top Tours.

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Monastery of St.Macarius the great

Monastery of St.Macarius the great

The Monastery of St. Machary the Grand and Deir Abu Machari is located about 92 km north-west of Cairo and on the Cairo-Alexandria highway in Wadi El Natrun, Beheira governorate, Egypt. A group of monks who wanted peace and loneliness built it in the fourth century.

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Abu sir

Abu Sir | Abu Sir Egypt

Abu Sir is a historic site within Giza, comprising a "city of tombs," a number of pyramids, a mastaba and other monuments. It belongs to Center Badrasheen.

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Darb al arbain | darb el-arbain caravan route

Darb al arbain | darb el-arbain caravan route

Darb al Arbain was a long road between central Egypt and Sudan between north-south. Gold, ivory, spices, wheat, animals and plants have been transported and transported since the ancient Kingdom of Egypt.

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Queens' Pyramids

The pyramids were built in ancient Egypt not only for the rulers but also for the kings' wives, moms and daughters.

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Suez Gulf, Egypt

At the northern end of the Red Sea is the Suez Gulf, which is also called bahar al-qulzum.

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Ahnasia | Ahnasia City

Ahnasia 

Ahnasia is known as Herakleopolis, the Roman name for the 20th century capital of ancient Upper Egypt.

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Egyptian temples architecture

What were the Egyptians' methods for building their temples? They had to build first and foremost, because the temples are dedicated to the goddess and would always remain there, a building and an achievement in the architectural field.

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