Lonely Planet, 2006 - Travel - 588 pages
The voracious energy of Cairo, the grandeur of Luxor‚€™s monuments, the laid-back vibe of Dahab and the remote beauty of the Western Desert oases: Lonely Planet‚€™s bestselling guide to Egypt packs in more treasures than Tutankhamun‚€™s tomb.
Meet The Pharaohs‚€“ an illustrated Pharaonic Egypt chapter by world-renowned Egyptologist Dr. Joann Fletcher brings the ancient rulers to life.
Cruise The Nile‚€“ for felucca fun, Agatha Christie‚€“style nostalgia or kid-friendly cruising, our expert tips make finding the right trip a breeze.
Dive In‚€“ the definitive Red Sea diving guide will get you underwater and feeling on top of the world.
Sleep In Style‚€“ whatever your style, opinionated reviews bring you the best city hotels, Nile flotels, budget hostels and sunny resorts.
Get Organized, Stay Connected‚€“ tap into authoritative advice on transport, safety, Internet access and digital photography.
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Good OverviewUser Review - lawfox - Overstock.com
The bokk contains a good overview of the couontry. the maps, however, were difficult to follow. Read full review
Review: Egypt (Lonely Planet Country Guide)User Review - Nosherwan Yasin - Goodreads
I would not have survived Egypt without this book. Read full review