|From / To||Cairo (KM)||Alexandria (KM)||Marsa Matrouh (KM)||Hurghada (KM)||St. Catherine (KM)||Sharm El Sheikh (KM)||Dahab (KM)||Nuweiba (KM)||Ras Mohamed (KM)||Taba (KM)||Suez (KM)|
|Sharm El Sheikh||488||705||881||781||60||–||100||157||26||126||142|
|From / To||Fayoum (KM)||Menia (KM)||Luxor (KM)||Aswan (KM)||Siwa (KM)||Marsa Alam (KM)|
|Sharm El Sheikh||705||829||1136||1105||1277||1406|
Cairo is the capital and largest city in Egypt. It’s known for its historical landmarks, including the Giza Pyramids and the Egyptian Museum. Visitors can explore the bustling markets, enjoy traditional Egyptian cuisine, and experience the vibrant culture of the city.
Alexandria, located on the Mediterranean coast, offers beautiful beaches, historic sites like the Qaitbay Citadel, and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, a modern library and cultural center.
Marsa Matrouh is a coastal city known for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters. It’s a popular destination for relaxation and water sports.
Hurghada is a famous resort town on the Red Sea coast, offering excellent diving and snorkeling opportunities, as well as vibrant nightlife.
St. Catherine is home to the iconic Mount Sinai and the St. Catherine’s Monastery, making it a pilgrimage site for religious travelers.
Sharm El Sheikh is another Red Sea resort city, known for its luxurious resorts, water activities, and vibrant nightlife.
Dahab, a coastal town, is a haven for divers and nature enthusiasts, with its serene atmosphere and unique underwater landscapes.
Nuweiba is a tranquil coastal town with beautiful beaches, making it an ideal spot for a relaxing getaway.
Ras Mohamed is a protected national park known for its diverse marine life and coral reefs, perfect for snorkeling and diving.
Taba is a border town near Israel and Jordan, offering stunning views of the Red Sea and access to nearby attractions like the Colored Canyon.
Suez is a port city on the Suez Canal, with historical significance and connections to the ancient world.
Fayoum is known for its natural beauty, including the Fayoum Oasis and Lake Qarun. It’s a great place for birdwatching and relaxation.
Menia boasts archaeological sites and historic attractions, such as the Beni Hasan Tombs and the city of Mallawi.
Luxor, often called the “world’s greatest open-air museum,” is famous for its ancient temples, including Karnak and Luxor Temples, as well as the Valley of the Kings.
Aswan offers a tranquil atmosphere along the Nile River and attractions like the Philae Temple and the High Dam.
Siwa Oasis is a remote desert destination known for its unique culture, natural springs, and the Temple of the Oracle of Amun.
Marsa Alam is a paradise for divers and snorkelers, with its pristine coral reefs and marine life.