Egypt and Greece
Greece is a member country of the European Union and a party to the Schengen Treaty. These two capacities determine the visa requirements for foreign nationals wishing to visit Greece.
4. Canadian citizens, those traveling with a valid Canadian passport, do not need a visa to visit Greece. They may enter the country and stay for up to three months. The passport must be valid for at least three months from the date of their intended departure from the country.
5. Citizens of other countries should contact the Greek consular authorities in Canada and ask whether or not they need a visa. Please contact the Greek consulates well in advance of your scheduled visit to (or transit through) Greece.
Here we will tell you the budget you need to make a trip to Egypt, one of the most fascinating and mystical lands that exist around the world thanks to the mysticism of its pyramids, the majesty of the Nile River, its vast desert expanses and its handicraft markets.
If you have an American visa, a round-trip flight from Mexico City to Cairo costs 24 to 28 thousand pesos. If you do not have this document, consider a cost of 26 to 30 thousand pesos per ticket.
Thanks to its temples, ruins and sculptures dating back to the time of the pharaohs, Egypt is a destination that attracts the attention of millions of visitors. In addition, the country has beautiful natural landscapes and exquisite gastronomy. Local Adventures travel agency recommends the following attractions:
It is the capital of Egypt and one of the main tourist destinations when visiting the country. Be sure to visit Tahrir Square, the most important square in the nation, and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, which has great treasures, mummies and relics of great value. Also not to be missed is the Khan El Khalili market, where you can find handicrafts, fabrics, ceramic ornaments, typical species of the region, among other objects.
Greece to Egypt by boat
We start the tour in Israel with the arrival at Tel-Aviv Ben Gurion Airport. Excellent welcome and attention at the airport, and subsequent transfer to the hotel. Night of rest and replenishment of energies, to start this exciting tour.
Departure from Jerusalem to Sheikh Hussein Bridge, border crossing between Israel and Jordan. After completing the respective border formalities, continuation to Jerash or Gerasa. Visit to this city considered one of the Roman Decapolis. Discoveries indicate that the Decapolis was already inhabited in the Bronze Age and Iron Age, in 3200 B.C. Continue to Amman, capital of the Kingdom of Jordan, a very liberal Arab city immersed in Western culture. Brief tour of the city. Dinner and overnight in Amman.
Drive to the Mousa Riverbed on the outskirts of Petra, also known as “the Pink City”, capital of the Kingdom of Jordan from the 3rd century BC to the 2nd century AD. It is an impressive sight of a city sculpted and carved directly into the stone (hence the name). This is one of the new seven wonders of the modern world. Visit to “Al-Khazneh”, a treasure sculpted in pink stone 40m high and 28m wide, is the most photographed place in the city and remains forever etched in the memory of those who visit it. Also visit the wonderful Roman Theater, the Corinthian Tomb and the Tomb Palace. Dinner and overnight in Petra.
Tour greece egypt
What are the requirements to travel to Greece now, do I need a PCR or is the vaccination certificate enough? It is normal that you ask yourself these questions, since we are in a time of many changes. Fortunately, the Hellenic country is one of the destinations where you can travel now. At IATI Insurance, as lovers of Greece, we are going to tell you everything you need to know so that you can plan your adventure and discover beautiful landscapes and corners with centuries of history.
It is expected that from May 1, 2022, all these restrictions will disappear. The use of face masks indoors will only be mandatory in certain limited cases. Greece wants to boost tourism at all costs this summer, so if you decide to visit, you will find an almost normal climate.
As we told you in Is it safe to travel to Greece, you should always drive with caution, but we advise you to be much more cautious in Greece. Forced overtaking is not uncommon and many drivers expect you to pull straight onto the shoulder so that they can overtake you. In addition, most of the roads are not in good condition.