Egypt is not only oriental splendor, mystery and intrigue, it is also a turbulent whirlpool of history, in which past, present and future collide and mix. Egypt — a country glorified by ancient poets and historians, is an open-air museum.
The history of human civilization in Egypt is very, very ancient. The landscape of the country is diverse: deserts with oases, mountains, winding rivers, fertile agricultural lands and the vast Red Sea coast. Amazing nature, sandy beaches, picturesque mountains, bright sun and, of course, the crystal clear, gentle and warm Red Sea — all this makes Egypt attractive to tourists. The Red Sea is considered one of the cleanest seas in the world. It’s a paradox — but one of the most visited countries by tourists remains completely unknown. Everyone «was», but as it turns out, almost no one has seen or guesses what remains outside the tourist bus window and outside the «hotel» zones. The peak of international tourism is in the coastal area. But it would be half the trouble if it was only about the natural beauty and unique places. Unfortunately, many people form an opinion about the country, about people and living conditions solely from the experience of an all-inclusive vacation. But let’s leave it all. Forget, if you were not lucky enough to encounter boorish service, forget about mediocre food that is prepared in a dining room format — for 200-300 people, forget about the monstrous stories of animators (a typical rural guy who dreams of marrying a foreigner) about the horrors and nightmares of Egyptian life … Forget the scary stories of the tour guides just to take you to your “shop” where they pay percent of the sales and convince you to pay $ 20 for a can of local beer or buy mediocre sweets or Chinese goods at an overpriced price. Forget about the sellers rushing at you on the street to drag you into your store to “have tea and talk”, forget about the monstrous assortment of ridiculous and cheap fakes they sell. This is not Egypt, this is only a small part of it, designed to siphon money from inexperienced tourists.
We will not hide — we ourselves have been at the mercy of these stereotypes for a long time. But if you change the approach and look at everything with your own eyes … and everything turns upside down.
Yes, Egyptian living standards cannot be called European, but believe me, there is everything you need for relaxation and long-term stays: shops, modern hospitals, cafes and restaurants, huge beaches, natural beauty and absolutely incredible cultural and historical heritage.
And what is important — it is all at times cheaper than in other countries, and it is for this reason that so many foreigners buy apartments in Egypt. In order to live and enjoy, a small income or pension is not enough.
Traveling throughout Egypt, we discovered that the prices in shops for tourists and Egyptians can differ by 5-6 times. We discovered that Egypt has much more to show than tour operators can offer you, that service and maintenance can be fundamentally different. That there are places whose beauty is breathtaking. There are places for every taste and income.
But for some reason, we know little about all this. Let me tell you about this. Let me show you again the places where you have been more than once.
Always, when offering real estate or tours in Egypt, we try to show the place where you have to live and rest, on the other hand, through the eyes of the person who lives there. In Egypt, this becomes especially relevant — since such a view can fundamentally change the whole vision.
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