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Egypt has an ancient civilization home to many treasured monuments along the Nile River Valley, including world famous Pyramids of Giza and Great Sphinx. The unique landscape of this fascinating country is awaiting to be explored! Nevertheless, it connects together Africa and Asia.
You can find economic flight tickets to Egypt throughout the year!
Flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Egypt facilitated visiting this amazing country. Egypt has different modes of transportation to travel across the country to see some of the wonders of the world.
There is only one public transport option when it comes to transportation to/from Cairo International Airport: the bus. There are city buses that go to Cairo city centre and buses that go to governorates such as West Delta or Upper Egypt. It is also possible to hop in a taxi or rent a car to reach Cairo city centre.
There are three options to transport to/from Sharm El-Sheikh Airport. Private transfer cars and shuttle buses are the two most common options to travel between the airport and this beautiful holiday destination. Further, taxis are also a common option for a convenient transfer. If you would like to get more information about transfer options, click here.
Hurghada International Airport is another popular airport for tourists who want to visit Sharm El-Sheikh and other cities in Egypt. There are shuttle services that operate between the airport and nearby cities.
Egypt has diverse public transport options that cover the entire land. The tourists can use trains, Cairo metro, buses, or domestic flights to reach different cities in the country. The trains are operated by Egyptian Railways, which cover a wide range of areas such as Cairo, Alexandria, and Luxor. There are air-conditioned trains with different class options and sleepers that are more convenient for a long journey. This official website which has more information about the train lines can be helpful if you will be travelling in Egypt.
Another public transport option in Egypt is bus lines. Buses are a popular mode of transport in Egypt, especially to travel to towns and villages near big cities. The bus schedule and prices depend on the operating company, which can be found in the main intercity bus stations.
If you would like to learn more details about public transport in Egypt can be found on the official website.
There is no special travel card for tourists in Egypt. Tourists can purchase transportation tickets like the locals. Some of the inner-city transportation vehicles, such as buses, might require payment in cash.
Transportation between cities in Egypt is relatively easy thanks to the advanced transportation routes that cover the entire country. Nile Valley, Delta, and Canal Zone are linked by a train line, making it easy to travel between these regions. There are cruise boats or feluccas in the cities near the Nile, enabling tourists to take an enjoyable tour. Also, it is possible to take intercity buses to travel between Egyptian cities.
There are a bunch of diverse accommodation options at the metropolis of Cairo, including the centrally located Downtown, Midan Tahrir, Zamalek and Giza. There are also alternative budget-friendly choices. Resort hotels, residences and rental apartments are among the available selections in Sharm El-Sheikh. Sabq, Soho Square and Naama Bay are highly appealing areas for tourists. Also, keep in mind that the prices tend to range depending on the area of your choice. On the other hand, Hurghada offers top-notch hotels for a comfortable stay along the shores of the Red Sea as its famous for its beach resorts.
If you want to have some assistance while organizing your trip, you can book your hotel through Pegasus Airlines.
If you would like to have more information on the most famous places to see and the most fun things to do in Egypt, do not forget to read our Egypt Travel Guide. You can discover about the local festivals to schedule your trip and develop a preliminary idea of the most delicious specialties of the Egyptian cuisine.
You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Egypt for business or leisure.
We are providing regular flights to below listed airports in Egypt:
The busiest airport in the country, Cairo International Airport is a major transport hub. It is located about 15 kilometers away from the city center. It is easily reached by shuttle buses and public transport. Public buses can be found outside of the Terminal 1. Intercity buses are also available for passengers who would like to access the neighbouring cities.
Sharm El Sheikh International Airport is approximately 18 kilometers away from the city. It can be accessed by taxi, bus or car. Taxis are waiting near the Terminal 1. On the other hand, minibuses are alternative means of transport.
Hurghada International Airport is situated within 15-minute drive from the city center. You can either benefit from taxi services or take the minibuses in order to get to your desired destination. There are also a number of buses to some resort areas and neighbouring towns.
Below you can find some practical information that will help you organize your trip.
We compiled a list of essential tips to make your trip better. They will certainly buy you lots of time and prevent the possible crisis situations. Considering the fact that Egypt is a Muslim country, it is strongly advised to respect the preferences of the locals. Therefore, dressing modestly in the public places is important. Also, alcohol consumption is restricted.
You can find below some key contact numbers that might be of use throughout your stay in Egypt.
Country code: +20
Cairo area code: 2
Cairo International Airport: +20 222 65 5000
Sharm El Sheikh area code: 69
Sharm El Sheikh International Airport: +20 693 62 3304
Hurghada area code: 65
Hurghada International Airport: +20 65 3414213
Fire Service: 180
Yes, our flights to Egypt restarted.
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