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Egypt Car Hire & Travel Information

A beautiful country with a history that goes back thousands of years, Egypt has some of the most amazing sights in the world.  A trip here is something that you will never forget.  While the country has had some turbulent times, you can still enjoy a great trip here.

There are two sides to Egypt.  If you want the traditional side then you will be considering visiting places like Cairo and the Valley of the Kings.  Maybe you want to take a cruise down the Nile or spend a little money in one of the bazaars that date back centuries.  This is an opportunity for you to experience the real culture of the country.

The historical attractions are some of the most popular and many of these are thousands of years old.  The Pyramids of Giza are the only remaining member of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World and the temples at Karnak and Luxor are equally popular with history buffs.   With so much to see all around the country car rental in Egypt is a good idea to make your trip easier.  

The alternative trip is to the area around the Red Sea, most notably that of Sharm el Sheikh.  This is a region with a number of purpose built luxury resorts and it is very popular with those who like to go diving or who just want to soak up the sun. 

English is widely spoken in Egypt so there should not be too many language barriers.  Remember that Egypt is a largely Muslim country so there are a few social conventions that you need to abide by.  Conservative dress is the norm and it is expected that women should keep their upper arms and legs covered.  If you want to visit a religious building women should also keep their hair covered.   However, there are always exceptions to this rule and you will find that there are some hotels, bars and nightclubs that have a very relaxed dress code.  These are mainly in the tourist areas of the cities and the resorts.    

No matter what you are looking for from your trip to Egypt, you will find that the people are friendly and welcoming, whether you are in the larger cities or in one of the smaller villages.  Car hire will allow you to plan an itinerary that suits you and take your holiday at your own pace.