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Yes certainly, it will be convienient. Many travel agents organize trips from Marsa Alam to Luxor. You can check with your hotel because many hotels provide this service to its clients as well. The distance between Marsa Alam and Luxor is 237 km (147 miles) http://www.egyptholidaysdirectory.com over 9 years ago
How safe is it to be in Cairo and around as woman on her own and any recommendations what to do there?
Cairo is a safe place to be. However, always consider your dress code as Egypt is a conservative country. 12 things must do in Cairo 1. Visit the Giza Plateau where you will watch the Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx 2. Visit the Egyptian Antiquities Museum and enjoying watching the massive amount of artifacts on display. 3. The Citadel is one of the most important visits in Cairo. Where you will watch the huge construction as well as the Mohamed Ali Mosque and the various museums 4. Watch the amazing Giza Sound and Light show by the Pyramids. 5. Spending a day in the Pharaonic Village will give you a chance to travel backwards to ancient times, where everything is built to give you this feeling. 6. Take a Felucca ride down the Nile by sunset while watching the sun as it dims its light over Cairo and enjoy the gentle breeze during your ride. 7. Horse back riding or Camel trekking in the desert with a panoramic view of the Giza Pyramids. 8. Go shopping to Khan EL- Khalili where you can buy souvenirs of all kinds. You can also try smoking Shisha or water pipe there while drinking a cup of coffee or tea. Or you can go to the Khan Misr Toulun special Bazaar http://www.egyptholidaysdirectory.com/listing/khan-misr-touloun.html 9. Go to "Kerdasa" where you can shop for oriental "Galabias" and belly dancers outfits. 10. Try eating the traditional Egyptian beans called "Foul" and "Ta'ameya" in the many small restaurants available all over the country. 11. Drink a freshly squeezed juice from the many fruit stalls located in any street in Cairo 12. Cruise down the Nile for a couple of hours while enjoying a luxurious dinner accompanied with an oriental show. Or simply take a walk along the Nile River to get in contact with the real Egyptians. As for transportation to Cairo,there are East Delta buses from Sharm El Sheikh to Cairo daily if you would like public transportation. Hope that you enjoy your stay almost 10 years ago
Egypt National railways runs an extensive network of trains all through Egyptian cities you can look at the linke below where you can get access to a details of the train schedules, distances between all cities http://www.egyptholidaysdirectory.com/listing/guide/train-travel over 9 years ago
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