Egypt is one of the world’s oldest and culturally rich civilizations. And there’s no doubt that, at the top of your list of things to do, is going to be the pyramids.
It’s stating the obvious, but if you go to Egypt without seeing the Pyramids, you’re wasting your journey! I mean, can you even say you’ve visited?!
Yes, the pyramids of Giza and the tombs of the various Pharaohs are a vital part of Egypt’s history and allure. But Egypt has a lot more to offer beyond the Great Sphinx.
So, after you’ve ridden a camel alongside the Great Pyramids of Giza, and spent time wondering how on earth they were built, here are another four things to do!
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Egypt is a country unlike any other. It’s true that all great historic nations are rich in culture and architecture, but none can match Egypt for how the past and the present blend together today.
While many famed historic sites in countries such as Italy, Greece, or Mexico, sit in ruin and require imagination, in Egypt, temples, pyramids and sculptures all stand tall and complete, surrounded by modern cities as if they were still in everyday use.
Because there’s so much to see in Egypt, it’s difficult to know where to start! So we’ve put together an overview of the most important sites, so you know what to prioritize.
That’s why we’ve put this short treasure hunter’s guide together for you; the treasures of Egypt are something that every traveler should see with their own eyes at least once in their lives.
The river Nile immediately conjures up images of the Pyramids of Giza, and making the distinct journey across the sands of Egypt towards one of the world’s most revered and respected historical landmarks.
But the world’s longest river stretches far beyond Egypt, meandering through Sudan, South Sudan, Ethiopia and Uganda, before finding itself at the beginning of the great Lake Victoria.
This guide will show you that there are plenty of artefacts and architecture to be found beyond the Great Sphinx.