On taking a stroll around Alexandria that lies on Egypt’s Mediterranean coast with our luxury travel Agency, people will be taken back to the Hellenistic period when Alexandria was famous for its well-stocked library and lighthouse, which made into the list of Seven Wonders.
Today, the Library was restored into the disc-shaped and high-tech Bibliotheca Alexandrina research center. Marking Alexandria’s rich history, Greco-Roman-style streets and houses, ancient cafes and European-style parks stand as a witness to its old magnificent landmarks.
Alexandria is considered the second main city in Egypt after Cairo and it has the main port in the Country where almost 75% of Egypt foreign trade passes through it.
Firstly, let's agree that there in 100% safe place in the world. In the UK, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) does not advise against travel to most tourist destinations, but has advised against travelling to some parts of Egypt. Some areas of Egypt are deemed as no-go areas for tourists while others are classified as being safe. There is no FCO advice against travel to Cairo, Alexandria, the tourist areas along the Nile river (including Luxor, Qina, Aswan, Abu Simbel and the Valley of the Kings) and the Red Sea resorts of Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada.
Large Cities in Egypt have big shopping center with all international clothing brands, and food courts with all sorts of international and national restaurants and coffee shops, also they all have cinema theaters showing all Hollywood recent Movies. Moreover, Egypt has its own local markets selling its own traditional goods such as Khan El Khalili Market in Cairo where you can buy souvenirs for yourself and for you loved ones.
Internet and Communication is growing in Egypt with four different communication and internet providers you can have access to internet wifi in many places in large cities in Egypt like Cairo for instance, also the network signal is good almost everywhere, you can buy yourself a Sim Card using your passport and have a subscription that suits your needs and duration of stay.
Egypt has both Muslims and Christians (mostly Orthodox), thus, many different religious occasions are celebrated all around the year some of the main religious occasions are Ramadan, Eid El Fitr, and Eid El Adha for Muslims, and Christmas 7th of JAN, Easter, El Ghotas for Christians.