Welcome to our Egypt tours from Bristol page where we take a look at some of the common questions people have about traveling to Egypt. We also share some advice on what to pack and what attractions you should really try see during your stay in the country. The fact is, Egypt tours from UK are super convenient, surprisingly affordable, and when done right, lifelong memories are guaranteed.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What to See In Egypt?
If you are busy planning a trip to Egypt, we would highly recommend looking through these amazing Egypt tourist attractions, and then make a list of those which you would really love to see. Many of the very best attractions also feature in most of our own Egypt tour packages, so browsing through some of our itineraries will give you a good idea of what the best attractions are.
Of course we would have to recommend the Giza Pyramids and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, and also the Step Pyramid of Djozer, just a short distance from Cairo. Anyone visiting Egypt should also make a point of visiting Luxor for at least a day or two. Luxor is home to several of the country’s most popular ancient sites, including the tomb of King Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings.
Top 5 Attractions to See in Egypt
- The Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx in Cairo
- The rock-hewn Temples of Abu Simbel in Aswan
- Valley of the Kings in Luxor
- The Temple of Horus in Edfu
- The Karnak Temple in Luxor
What to Pack for Egypt?
If you are looking for some advice about what to pack for Egypt, our recommendation would be that you should try to avoid packing any stuff which you most likely not need or use. For example, there is no need for you to pack in a lot of warm clothing. One pair of long pants and perhaps a lightweight jacket that you can wear in the evenings should be adequate. If you happen to book one of our Egypt and Jordan combined tours or any tour that includes overnighting in the desert, then a somewhat thicker jacket would be recommended.
Other essential items would include things like sunscreen lotion; a wide-brimmed hat; a pair of sunglasses; some lightweight cotton tops, and a comfortable pair of shoes. Don’t forget to also pack in some swim suitable swimwear.
Distance and Flight Time from Bristol to Egypt
The shortest flight distance from Bristol to Cairo in Egypt is approximately 2,280 miles, with an estimated flight time of approximately 4 hours and 50 minutes. These figures are based on direct flights from Bristol to Cairo.
How to Obtain a Tourist Visa for Egypt?
British citizens and those in possession of a British passport can book and enjoy Egypt tours from Bristol without any need to visit an Egyptian embassy or consulate in the United Kingdom for an Egyptian tourist visa. They can apply online for an Egypt e-Visa prior to traveling to Egypt, or they can get a Visa-on-Arrival at Cairo International Airport or at any other international airport in the country.
Is It Safe To Visit Egypt?
Egypt is very safe for tourists. However, we do recommend against carrying unnecessary valuable around with you when you visit popular tourist attractions. We also advise against walking around alone at night in areas that look deserted and/or are poorly lit. It is also a good idea to not get involved in political or religious debates, and under no circumstances should you insult any religion or religious institution.
Anyone who has concerns about the current situation in Egypt can check the latest Egypt Travel Advisory issued by the British government prior to booking any Egypt tours from Bristol.
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