- Greater Cairo – the capital of Egypt and is home to the Pyramids of Giza, the Egyptian Museum and stunning Islamic architecture..
- Alexandria – Egypt’s Window on the Mediterranean, with glimpses of the past still palpable
- Aswan – a more relaxed option, full of curiosities
- Hurghada – a Red Sea town filled with all-inclusive resorts and scuba diving
- Luxor – gateway to the Valley of the Kings, among other fabulous attractions.
- Port Said – the center of the third largest metropolitan area, has a cosmopolitan heritage and is home to the Port Said Lighthouse.
- Sharm el Sheikh – a very popular resort on the Sinai Peninsula, with some of the best diving in the world.
- Lower Egypt
includes the north of the Nile Delta and the Mediterranean coast; Cairo, Alexandria
- Average Egypt
the area along the Nile where the historic upper and lower kingdoms met
- Upper Egypt
a series of astonishing city-temples on the southern part of the Nile
- Western Desert
Location of the western oases: five green points, each with its own attractions
- Red Sea Coast
Luxury resorts, diving and marine life
Rugged and isolated peninsula with fascinating remains of the past, high mountains and great diving possibilities.
- Abu Simbel – a very isolated place in the far south, with some beautiful ancient temples
- Dahab – in the Sinai, east of Sharm el Sheikh, a center for hikers, with excellent dives
- Karnak – scattered temples built with an emphasis on grandeur, an impressive avenue of ram-headed sphinxes runs through the center
- Memphis and Saqqarah – both filled with relics and ruins of ancient Egypt, they are often combined in a day trip from Cairo
- Siwa – a beautiful and secluded oasis near the Libyan border
- Saint Catherine is home to the oldest permanently inhabited monastery, Mount Sinai and Mount Catherine (the highest mountain in Egypt) and the true Bedouin culture.
- Taba Heights – a seaside resort specially designed for tourists, overlooking Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia
- The Valley of the Kings