With tourism at a low, the advantages of visiting Egypt now are many, writes Michael Gebicki.
Despite what they say, nothing around here comes at 'no cost to you'.
The Arab Spring badly affected tourism in Egypt but, there has never been a better time to visit.
What do the upheavals of the Arab Spring mean for visitors? David Blair gives an overview of a rapidly changing region.
We plan to travel to Africa in December this year, with Egypt being an essential part of the trip.
Michelle Jana Chan enjoys the novelty of sightseeing without crowds or queues.
There are several ways to know your cab driver has no idea where he's going.
We are cruising the Mediterranean in November, ending the cruise in Cairo.
Nothing prepares you for the size and greatness of this captivating place. Sites such as Luxor's Karnak temple; the sand-swept tombs of the Valley of the Dead; Abu Simbel or the Great Pyramids are awe-inspiring. But you can also dine like pharaohs on the banks of the magnificent Red Sea after a day's snorkelling on the blue hole; or investigate its history in the fascinating museums of Cairo.