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Alexandria

is Egypt's second largest city, and it is known as ' the bride of the sea'. Situated on the Mediterranean Sea, it offers an opportunity for some cultural sightseeing in a delightful climate.

There are many Graeco-Roman and Ptolemy era monuments in this area. Further to the west, en route to Libya, are the white sands and turquoise waters of Mersa Matrouh, where Cleopatra is said to have bathed.

Places of interest:
  • The Library of Alexandria is a vast library which houses many precious and ancient manuscripts. It was constructed in recent years on the site of the original Library , which was destroyed by a great fire in 400 A.D.
  • The Fort of Quat Bey dates back to the 15th century, when it was first constructed by the Mameluke Sultan Quait Bey.
  • The Graeco-Roam Museum andThe The Roman Amphitheatre are also well worth a visit.


Other Destinations
Cairo Luxor /Aswan Hurghada Sharm El Sheikh Sinai