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Buffet breakfast. Departure to Padua, a university city, with its magnificent Prato della Valle Square. Continuation of the trip to Florence. Panoramic tour of the city; in the footsteps of Leonardo and Michelangelo, we will get to know the keys of the Renaissance. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner and overnight stay

Half board accommodation. Today we have included a very interesting visit to the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and the interior of St. Peter’s Basilica. Free time during which you will have the opportunity to visit on your own the Major Basilicas and Catacombs; Santa Maria Maggiore. Rest of the day at leisure.

Full board on board. We will cross the west bank of the Nile to visit the Necropolis of Thebes: the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of the Artisans known as Deir el-Medina, the Funerary Temple of Ramses III known as Madinat Habu and we will also enjoy a panoramic visit of the Queen’s Funerary Temple. Through a grandiose valley of imposing rocks, we will continue our journey to the Colossi of Memnon. At the scheduled time we will set sail for Esna. We will cross the Esna lock and continue sailing to Edfu. Overnight on board.

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Read on and find out the requirements and documents to travel to Egypt in 2022. We will also delve into the coronavirus situation in the country and how it will affect your travel arrangements.

In addition, as of June 17 there are no longer any pandemic-related requirements for travel to Egypt. That is to say, the country decided to eliminate the obligation to present a vaccination certificate or PCR/antigen test regardless of the vaccination status of travelers.

In case you are going to enter Egypt through South Sinai (Sharm el Sheikh, St. Catherine or Taba airports or by land from Israel through the Taba border crossing) and you are only going to stay in Sinai, you can ask for a free visa with which you can stay for 15 days. If you plan to continue your trip to other parts of Egypt, you will have to apply for the ordinary visa mentioned in the first paragraph.

The government decided to remove all requirements for travel to Egypt because of the coronavirus on June 17, 2022. Since that date, neither vaccination certificate nor PCR or antigen test is required for unvaccinated people. That is to say, you will only have to take into account the documentation for travel to Egypt that we talked about in the previous section.

Travel to Italy is now possible and the requirements are as follows

It is advisable to change some money for bazaars and shopping. The exchange rate is 1€ = ≈ 18LE (approximately).  You can pay with credit cards and withdraw money from ATMs, but you pay commission. The word “Backshish”, which you will hear continuously on your trip in Egypt, is the tip. Normally it is customary to give it everywhere for any service required.

The capital of modern Egypt and the starting point for most trips to Egypt. Cairo is a cosmopolitan, lively and dynamic city where you can visit the Egyptian Museum, the Citadel, its mosques, Tahrir Square, etc.. But if we have to highlight activities to do in Egypt, we can not miss:

Cruise on the Nile: the Nile is the soul of Egypt and the column that articulates the country. Cruises on the Nile are one of the main attractions that Egypt offers, as well as being a comfortable and luxurious way to get around, allowing access to most of the historical monuments.

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Panoramic tour through Lungotevere, Porta Portese, the Pyramid, Porta Ostiense, Baths of Caracalla, St. Mary Major, St. John Lateran, Colosseum, Imperial Forums, etc. ending at the Campidoglio. Included walk to the Trastevere district. Overnight.

Breakfast and transfer to take flight to Luxor (not included). Arrival and transfer to the river port to board the boat for the Nile cruise with full board. Visit the eastern bank of the Nile with the temples of Karnak and Luxor.

Included visit to Abu Simbel by bus, where we will see the temples carved into the western cliff of the desert by Ramses II. We will also see the Temple of Nefertari. Visit the High Dam and the Red Granite Quarry with the unfinished obelisk. In the afternoon we will take a falucca ride.

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