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Things to do in Egypt

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  • Catacombs of Kom el-Shoqafa

    What Lies Beneath: Three levels of burial chambers dating back to the 2nd century A.D. An impressive architectural achievement, its three levels of... More
  • Coffee Time

    Though this small shop sells Segafredo espresso and plenty of small bites, in-the-know travelers come to Coffee Time for Egypt’s local beer, Sakara... More
  • Diving in Ras Mohammed National Park

    Where It Is: Where the parched landscapes of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula surrender to the Red Sea, Ras Mohammed National Park splays out as an arid pre... More
  • Diwan Bookstore

    The go-to place in Cairo for English-language books. More
  • EgyptAir Duty-Free Shops

    Looking for a specific luxury brand? You’re likely to find it in Cairo’s new Terminal 3. Bally, Rolex, Tumi, Hugo Boss, and Shiseido, among others,... More
  • Emperor Divers

    Take a diving trip along the reef with Emperor Divers. More
  • Heineken Bar

    Tucked behind security and customs, the new pubby Heineken Bar has light and local brews on tap, as well as an international menu if you’re looking... More
  • Info-Kiosks

    Though self-service check-in is less than surprising for U.S. travelers, it’s big news in Egypt. At Cairo Airport’s kiosks, passengers heading on t... More
  • Janet Moore

    Years as agent: 27. Specialties: Middle East, India, Bali, Asia. Consulting fee: None. More
  • Karim Francis

    This independent gallery specializes in traditional fine arts. More
  • Kensington Tours

    A vast range of personalized itineraries, including working on archaeological digs in Israel and trekking to see gorillas in Rwanda, while staying ... More
  • Kids’ Playgrounds

    Youngsters looking for fun before takeoff should head to the play areas in every departure terminal. Look for plastic seesaws and playhouses from A... More
  • Kom Ombo Temple

    The most breathtaking ruin on the Nile, Kom Ombo has thick round columns supporting the roof. More
  • La Flâneuse du Nil

    A seven-bedroom sailboat, fit for 14 passengers. Trips can be tailored for first-timers or Nile aficionados. More
  • Lindblad Expeditions Salacia

    This venue is closed. Explore Cairo and sail the Nile aboard this 40-passenger ship. Enjoy tours and lectures led by Lindblad Expeditions' expert ... More
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