Buying a tour to Sharm el-Sheikh, Taboo, Dahab and other cities of Egypt, along with a vacation on the Red Sea, you will get a great chance to visit Israel: see the Biblical Bethlehem, visit many Orthodox shrines and walk the streets of the ancient city. You can make this opportunity a reality in several ways: in advance at a travel agency when purchasing a ticket, directly at the hotel, or at one of the spa bureaus. We tell you what a good excursion from Egypt to Israel is and who should not go on a trip.
Israel is waiting, but not everyone will be happy
Israel is undoubtedly a wonderful corner that everyone should see at least once in their life. This is a powerful “magnet” for all believers who would one day like to go to places of power and penetrate the incredible energy of cities, where almost every place is shrouded in ancient history. The basis of the excursion route from Egypt is visiting shrines, temples, etc. This small trip can be safely called pilgrimage, so it’s worth going to it first of all to people who are religious and interested in history. For whom, a trip to Israel from Egypt may not be interesting, it is for small children, and for tourists suffering from diseases of the musculoskeletal system or disorders of the vestibular apparatus and the elderly, it is extremely exhausting. Continue reading
Tourists who went on vacation to Egypt, along with the opportunity to spend a vacation on the seashore, get a nice bonus – a chance to get acquainted with one of the oldest and most famous buildings in the world, whose history is shrouded in many mysteries and legends.
Let’s see why the Egyptian pyramids are considered a wonder of the world.
Stone mountains: when did the pyramids of Egypt appear?
Despite its considerable age (almost five millennia!), The Egyptian pyramids are perfectly preserved to this day. Regarding the history of their creation, there are many speculations, for example, that the buildings were created by the Atlanteans. But the official version remains unchanged: the ancient Egyptians erected giant tombs near Cairo.
Until the end of the 19th century, the Giza pyramids remained the tallest structures in the world until the Eiffel Tower was built in France. In addition, it is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World that has been fully preserved to this day. Continue reading