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Prices in Aswan

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MARKET / SUPERMARKET

Milk1 liter$0.95
Tomatoes1 kg$0.45
Cheese0.5 kg$4.02
Apples1 kg$1.51
Oranges1 kg$0.45
Beer (domestic)0.5 l$0.95
Bottle of Wine1 bottle$7.00
Coca-Cola2 liters$0.88
Bread1 piece$0.33
Water1.5 l$0.25

RESTAURANTS

Dinner (Low-range)for 2$11.00
Dinner (Mid-range)for 2$19.50
Dinner (High-range)for 2$26.00
Mac Meal or similar1 meal$4.50
Water0.33 l$0.25
Cappuccino1 cup$1.45
Beer (Imported)0.33 l$1.95
Beer (domestic)0.5 l$1.05
Coca-Cola0.33 l$0.40
Coctail drink1 drink$

ENTERTAINMENT

Cinema2 tickets$6.00
Gym1 month$30.00
Men’s Haircut1 haircut$2.80
Theatar2 tickets$60.00
Mobile (prepaid)1 min.$0.03
Pack of Marlboro1 pack$2.85

PERSONAL CARE

Antibiotics1 pack$
Tampons32 pieces$
Deodorant50 ml.$1.80
Shampoo400 ml.$2.10
Toilet paper4 rolls$0.50
Toothpaste1 tube$0.60

CLOTHES / SHOES

Jeans (Levis 501 or similar)1$46.00
Dress summer (Zara, H&M)1$34.00
Sport shoes (Nike, Adidas)1$74.00
Leather shoes1$65.00

TRANSPORTATION

Gasoline1 liter$0.30
TaxiStart$0.60
Taxi1 km$0.60
Local Transport1 ticket$0.30

How To Travel To Aswan

BY PLAINOn the west bank, immediately south of the high dam, Aswan International Airport is located 25 kilometers southwest of the city. Because public buses do not run to the airport and security on the approach road to the terminal is strict, it is usually best to use a...

How To Get Around In Aswan

Aswan is small enough to be easily navigated on foot. You may take a cab or a horse-drawn carriage to go to Philae, the High Dam, and the unfinished obelisks. A taxi ride to all of these attractions should cost between 80LE and 100LE each car.You'll need to cross...

Sights & Landmarks In Aswan

Aswan Town and the East BankNubian Museum (opposite the Basma Hotel, south of the Old Cataract Hotel, at the southern edge of Aswan town on Sharia Abtal al-Tahrir - approximately a half hour walk from the city centre.). daily 9AM-9:00PM. Nubian antiquities salvaged before the inundation of Nubia are shown in this...

Museums & Galleries In Aswan

NUBIAN MUSEUMThis museum chronicles Nubia's history from its first settlements to the current day. Nubia is defined as the territory bounded between Egypt's Aswan and Sudan's Khartoum.Address: El Fanadeq St. Downtown, Aswan 81111, EgyptANIMALIANubia's information resource center (nature and culture) It is a three-part ethno-biological museum. 1-nubian typical home 2- The museum...

Food & Restaurants In Aswan

Al-Masry Restaurant, Sharia Al Matar. Locals like it. Excellent kebabs and kaftas, as well as pigeon and chicken, all served with bread, salad, and tahini. Dishes ranging from 8LE to 30LE.Aswan Moon, Corniche an Nil (Situated on pontoons along the Nile),   +20 97 231 6108. Appropriate meal served by a cheerful staff. Local fish...

Shopping In Aswan

The souqs (markets) of Aswan are delightfully unique, without the high-pressure sales tactics seen in certain tourist destinations farther north. In general, Nubian handicrafts are of greater quality and more affordable in Aswan. All other things will be more costly than in Cairo, owing to the higher shipping expenses...

Nightlife In Aswan

Night ShowsAs the sun sets, Aswan comes alive with its fascinating night entertainment, most of which are based on fascinating mythology. You should not miss it if you are a history enthusiast or interested in learning about the local art and culture.If you prefer to spend your evening surrounded...

Festivals & Events In Aswan

Miracle of Sun FestivalThis multicultural event attempts to bring people of different religions together. The celebration may be traced back to the Pharaohs' reign. King Ramses, who is widely considered as the most holy of all Egyptian monarchs, is honored at the event. This event takes place over two...

Stay Safe & Healthy In Aswan

In general, Aswan is a pretty secure city. However, keep an eye out for obvious pickpocketing efforts at the souq. These crooks may approach you with scarves, shirts, or even papyrus in one hand, offering to sell you something while the other hand tries to get into your pockets....

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