Ready to pack your luggage and head out on a summer vacation? From affordable summer resorts and beautiful coastal cities to iconic historical sites and beyond, there are numerous great vacation spots across Egypt. to choose from! To help figure out which one is suitable for your next trip, check out this list of the 4 best cities for a summer vacation in the North African country.
Dahab city is a good choice for a summer vacation, even though the weather is great throughout the year.
This is especially true for the popular resorts of the Red Sea resorts, with their golden beaches and laid-back atmosphere. Dahab is an amazing natural place to travel, with some mountains and nature reserves and a marvelous ping area of Ras Abu Gallum.
It’s also known as a pioneer of eco-tourism. Whether you’re interested in camel riding, horse riding, or prefer to enjoy orange juice or two upon the pristine beaches of Canyon and Abu Helal, Dahab city is one of the best places to go in the summer.
Alexandria, the largest of the Egyptian coastal cities, has been a Mediterranean vacation hot spot for decades and is also regarded as the most desired destination for the summer.
The Alexandria Coast is a Seventy-kilometer-long section of Egyptian coastline stretching between the north-western side of the Nile delta (Town El-Dekhila) to Mariout Lake (Town Abu-Qir) in the east.
The city is home to a famous park, the Mountazah, an imaginative seaside park with trails, gardens, playgrounds, boat ponds, an iconic palace that belongs to the era of Khepe Ismaeil, hotels food courts, and restaurants.
The Grand Aquarium in Hurghada, which sits right along Ahia Harbor, is the largest in the middle east with over 5 thousand animals, including everything from whale sharks, tiger sharks, hammerheads, thresher sharks, to dolphins. The city has unique neighborhoods with great food and upper Egypt culture. The national Hurghada tourism site offers a guide where you can learn more about local iconic restaurants, entertainment places, and more.
No Sinai trip is complete without a visit to Taba. Generous and enthusiastic by nature, the Sinai bedouins will welcome you with warm smiles and hearty meals. Thanks to an uptick indirect flights in recent years, accessing the majority of Egyptian cities has never been easier – or more affordable.
When you fly into this wonderful coastal city capital, get ready for a visit to its notable heights, you can expect to go up and down, down and up – and repeat. Don't worry, hop-on-hop-off buses and trolleys – like in Hurghada – make it easy to give your legs a break.