A complete Travel Egypt Vacations Guide helps in providing info about the most popular sightseeing places in Egypt. Some of the places included are Light Show at Pyramids, Sphinx, The Great Pyramid of Khufu, Al-Refa'i Mosque, Cairo Tower, Nile Cruises and Coptic Cairo etc…

Light Show at the Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

The desert cold in the evenings could make you enjoy a dazzling light show of the Sphinx and Pyramids, that’s for sure mesmerizes you at the Pyramids of Giza.

It is recommended that you visit the Pyramids twice, once in the morning and once in the evening for the Sound and Light show which enthralls the visitors and takes them to the ancient world.

You could enjoy the shows in different languages, held in English, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Arabic.


Great Sphinx is one of the Egyptians monuments that is magnificent and memorable compared other monuments of Egypt, names by Greeks because is physical similarity with a Lion’s body and woman’s head.

The Sphinx is 50 meters long and 22 meters high. Conventional archaeologists attribute its construction.

A visit to Saqqara is a must, not too far from the Sphinx; you get to see the wonderful Nile valley, the plateau and a great old Egyptian monument. 

The Great Pyramid of Khufu

The Great Pyramid of Khufu is the oldest and largest of the pyramids on the Giza Plateau built by VI Dynasty pharaoh Khugu around B.C. 2570.

The 140-meter high monument incorporates an estimated of 2.3 million blocks averaging 2.5 tons.

Nile Cruises 

Nile cruises are the most popular way to visit Egypt’s greatest archaeological treasures around Luxor and Aswan. This is one of the exciting way to visit Egypt museums where you can know ancient history of Egypt.

You can also take a train to Alexandria from Cairo and to visit Luxor or Aswan (the other cities of interest), flying would be a better option as the train journey could be cheap but a bit tedious.

Al-Refa'i Mosque

Al-Refa'i Mosque and Sultan Hassan Mosque look similar but half a century separates their construction dates.

The mosque's construction began in 1869, but it was not completed until 1912. It was built in pseudo-Mameluke style and now contains the tombs of Sheikh Ali Rifai, a Sufi holy man. Al-Refa'i Mosque also contains the tombs of King Fouad, his mother, King Farouk and the last Shah of Iran.

Coptic Cairo 

Cairo is once widespread linguistic form that survives in a limited area but is otherwise obsolete tourist destination. Coptic Cairo, the heartland of Egypt's Coptic community, recalls the interlude between Pharaonic Cairo and the Islamic civilization.

·The Coptic Cairo Museum is one of the highlights of Old Cairo founded in 1908.

·The Church of St. Sergius, the oldest church in Cairo. It was dedicated to two soldiers, St. Sergius and St. Bacchus, martyred in Syria in 303.

·The Church of St. Barbara has the namesake of a young woman from Asia Minor.

Cairo Tower

Cairo Tower is one of the famous places to visit in Cairo Sightseeing Tours.

The 187m Cairo tower offers fantastic panoramic views of Cairo; you could access telescopes to make your vision spectacular.

Build during the presidency of Gamal Nasser with the assistance of Society assistance on an island in the Nile. You can also overprice revolving restaurant too. 

Egypt is becoming the most symmetrical tourist destination in the world. While you had a brief tour about Egypt now, try reading more in an exclusive VacationEgypt Tours Guide so as to experience Egypt and hope fully an exciting Egypt vacations in the days to come.