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by Michael Haag

Download Cairo, Luxor and Aswan, 3rd (Cadogan Guides) ePub
  • ISBN 1860114075
  • ISBN13 978-1860114076
  • Language English
  • Author Michael Haag
  • Publisher Cadogan Guides; 3rd edition (November 1, 2009)
  • Pages 352
  • Formats lit lrf lit txt
  • Category Travels
  • Subcategory Africa
  • Size ePub 1677 kb
  • Size Fb2 1752 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 773

Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan all run alongside one of Egypt's most famous features, the river Nile, but all have their own distinct character. Cairo, the most well-known, is both one of the world's finest medieval cities and a vibrant metropolis, and is the perfect base for exploring Egypt's great Pyramids. Luxor is home to a wonderful temple, built by Amenophis III, and is the best place from which to discover the ancient Necropolis of Thebes. And Aswan, the frontier outpost of Egypt, lays claim to the Elephantine Island, the ruins of Yebu and the tranquil Nubian villages. Written with insight, charm, and wit, Cadogan's superb guide offers the best way to enjoy a three-destination break or sample the cities individually.

Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan all run alongside one of Egypt's most famous features, the river Nile, but all have . Michael Haag first went to Europe in 1967.

Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan all run alongside one of Egypt's most famous features, the river Nile, but all have their own distinct character. He has also broadcast for the BBC. In addition to this guide, Michael is the author of the Cadogan Guides to Egypt, Syria, and Lebanon. He lives in London but bases himself in Alexandria for part of each year. Series: Cadogan Guides.

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Publication date 01 Nov 2009. Publisher Cadogan Guides (USA). ISBN13 9781566567947. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Items related to Cadogan Cairo, Luxor & Aswan (Cadogan Guides). Michael Haag first went to Egypt in 1967. He has written, photographed and published several books on the Middle East and Egypt, including most recently, the Rough Guide to the History of Egypt

Items related to Cadogan Cairo, Luxor & Aswan (Cadogan Guides). Michael Haag Cadogan Cairo, Luxor & Aswan (Cadogan Guides). ISBN 13: 9781566567947. Cadogan Cairo, Luxor & Aswan (Cadogan Guides). He has written, photographed and published several books on the Middle East and Egypt, including most recently, the Rough Guide to the History of Egypt. He has written for many national newspapers and has broadcast for the BBC.

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Cairo Luxor Aswan : Cities and Ancient Sites along the Nile. I could not have asked for a better companion when I traveled in Egypt this spring. And the practical information is extremely helpful and accurate. I recommend this book very highly.

Alexandria aswan cairo hurghada luxor port said sharm el sheikh. 3 Night Nile Cruise from Aswan to Luxor. If you book a standard or luxury category, the first day you get to Aswan whenever you want, and the same applies to the superior luxury category if you arrive on a Friday. However, if you have booked a superior luxury category with arrival on a Wednesday, you must be in Aswan before midday, since you will join a tour on that day. Important Information.

Cairo, Luxor and Aswan (Paperback). Michael Haag (author).

On the Cairo-Luxor-Aswan route, Cairo ticket office will not sell foreigners tickets for the regular daytime trains due .

On the Cairo-Luxor-Aswan route, Cairo ticket office will not sell foreigners tickets for the regular daytime trains due to the misguided & easily-circumvented upper Egypt tourist train restrictions. It won't book 2nd & 3rd class non-air-con tickets for ordinary slow trains, or tickets to other destinations such as Mersa Matruh or Port Said or smaller stations such as Edfu or Kom Ombo. Or book tickets further ahead than about 2 weeks. It also seems to book trains from Aswan to Luxor, but not from Luxor to Aswan.

Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan. Michael Haag is a writer and photographer based in London. He has photographed and written Alexandria Illustrated (AUC Press, 2004) and Cairo Illustrated (AUC Press, 2006), and he is the author of Alexandria: City of Memory and Vintage Alexandria: Photographs of the City, 1860–1960 (AUC Press, 2008).