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    Alexandria: Hometown of Alexander The Great

    As the second largest city in Egypt, the place is regularly called the Pearl of the Mediterranean because of its industrial harbor for natural gas and oils. It’s also the home of at least 3.5 millions Egyptians. This can almost be the city of glory, none other than the Alexandria.

    Yet, are you also aware Alexandria provides great attractions you must witness? Yes, get in here and be ready for an escapade. Truth is; flying to Alexandria is easy once you find the best rates and allows you to save more money. Try exploring Expedia online and you can get lowest travel rates and cheaper deals on hotel stay. It’s also possible to book your flight weeks or months before your departure. Just make sure you compare airfare rates and ask for any vacation packages and discounts, if possible.

    Where to Stay

    Different classes of hotels exist in Alexandria. The Four Seasons is a 5-star hotel that scored “Excellent” to many reviewers. Guest rooms and suites vary in prices depending on your budget and preferences. Whether you choose a superior room or a sea-view room, you’ll surely feel the classiness at its fullest. There are also ranges of exciting activities inside the hotel. There is a fitness center that’s open for 24 hours, weight training facilities, studio classes and cardiovascular and strength machines. Whatever the event, your wedding or your business meeting, staying at the Four Seasons is a luxurious experience never to compare.

    Where to Eat

    Next stop is the restaurants. There are ten top-rated restaurants in the city and Roastry Coffee gets the highest remark. Some people call the place as the leading contemporary spot for Italian food. Steaks, burgers, pancakes, and salads- these are all here. These are served in huge portions no matter what dish you order. The Roastry Coffee is not the cheapest restaurant in the city but certainly not the most expensive. But please, don’t yourself into this place; try visiting Chili’s, Cook Door, Balba3 Village and Fuddruckers and have some great time.

    What to Do

    Tired Staying inside your hotel or Inn? Consider visiting the ancient museums like Pompey’s Pillar, Catacombs and Graeco-Roman Museum. If you go near Shallalat Gardens on Fouad Street, you’ll find Alexandria National Museum. This museum is small but it’s the home of some of the most important artifacts and all these items are labeled in English and Arabic for easy comprehension.


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