“Seven Reasons to Vacation in Egypt”, Daily Mail Emphasize.


In a photo report listing seven reasons to vacation in Egypt, the Daily Mail highlighted Egypt’s most prominent tourist attractions. The report painted a picture of Egypt as a “time machine” where visitors travel forwards and backward through the tourist and archaeological sites across thousands of years. The writer said, “One moment, I was gazing in awe at the oldest pyramid in the world, built 4,600 years ago, while the next, I was immersed in the very modern roar of Cairo’s insane traffic, where horns are switched permanently to ‘on’ and road markings are redundant.”

The reporter also noted that Egypt is a vibrant tourist destination with sunny weather all year round. The author of the report, Sarah Bridge, referred to her visit to the Great Pyramid and her tour of the vibrant city of Cairo. She also recounted her visit to the royal mummies at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, expressing her admiration for the magnificence of her tour to Egypt, which has been one of her wishes for years.

The Pyramids are among the main reasons to choose Egypt for spending a holiday, and it is impossible to visit Egypt without seeing a pyramid or two, she wrote.

The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world that remains, Bridge said and noted the monuments of Abu Sir and Saqqara with its huge archaeological group of tombs, pyramids, and temples.

The writer discussed the Nile River, which she dreamed of visiting, and the many large islands in it. The author added that she took a cruise at night along the Nile River, giving her a unique view of the landmarks on the river’s banks, including international hotels full of vitality, shops, and cafes.

The Cairo Tower is designed in the shape of a lotus flower, she observed, making it yet another tourist attraction in vibrant Cairo. The author also talked about her visit to the city of Luxor, where she boarded a boat to tour the Nile River throughout the day, which she called a wonderful experience as she watched the flying air balloons in the early morning rise over the Valley of the Kings.

She touched on the nation’s museums, which are rich in artifacts reflecting its heritage. This includes the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, which is the first museum in the Arab world to focus entirely on one civilization from prehistoric times to the present time.

The most prominent feature of the museum is the royal mummies, she said, which were transferred from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square in a majestic procession.

She also mentioned that the Grand Egyptian Museum is scheduled to open soon, and will contain a large number of artifacts, including the complete collection of King Tutankhamun’s treasures.

The writer discussed the ancient tombs, calling Luxor vital to learning about the riches of ancient Egypt, especially at the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of the Queens, and other temples in Luxor. She also discussed her visit to the Red Sea, referring to the luxury resorts in the cities of Sharm el-Sheikh, Dahab, and Hurghada, which attract tens of thousands of tourists every year to enjoy the sun, clear waters, luxury hotels, marine activities, bazaars, and restaurants.


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