Egypt Travel Guide

Articles about Egypt

By Geoffrey Smith / Fortune
It’s not grabbing the most headlines, for obvious reasons, but the Egyptian economy is looking like one of the biggest casualties of the Metrojet disaster 10 days ago. If it’s confirmed that the disaster was caused by a terrorist bomb (to which...
By John Scarpinato
The British government, on Wednesday, made the decision to freeze all flights to and from Sharm el Sheikh, the resort town in which Saturday’s deadly Russian airliner crash originated. The decision comes as new reports point to an explosion and po...
By Erika Owen
After a month-long delay, three ISS astronauts have returned to Earth after nearly 200 days traveling 84 million miles through space. This crew has been especially active on social media during their travels, specifically 38-year-old Samantha Cris...
By Caroline Hallemann

Spoiler: it’s way more than Giza.

By Amy Schellenbaum
Looking to further capitalize on one of the most well recognized structures on the planet, the Egyptian government has unveiled renderings for a glassy pyramid skyscraper—a less-than-subtle (read: 660-foot-tall) homage to the country’s beloved anc...
By Diane Selkirk

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Restaurants in Egypt

Kenoz, a full-service restaurant with outdoor seating, serves Western dishes (hamburgers, chicken Caesar salads), but smart travelers order off the more innovative Oriental menu, which lists flavorful, local specialties, including spiced Maza lamb and fatta (bread crumbs) casserole, basm

Things to do in Egypt

This independent gallery specializes in traditional fine arts.