Aswan, the third largest city in Egypt is home to some of Egypt’s most
historic sites, with some of the most beautiful surroundings. Come visit Aswan
and please your eyes with one of the most enchanting natural sceneries in the
Tranquility and superb natural landscapes aren’t only what Aswan has to
offer. This city invites you to trace back Egypt’s ancient mysteries through its
legendary temples . Aswan is also home to plenty of attractions that need
to be seen when visiting this historic city.
Today, Aswan is characterized by its abundance of palm trees and tropical
gardens standing beside one of the wildest parts of the Nile River. As such, it
has many islands dotted off its shores.
Aswan enjoys a distinctive African
atmosphere. Nubian Dancers perform live in several hotels, and are surely a
sight not to be missed as you will get a real taste of this ancient culture.
Nubian villages must be visited, as they have an enchanting taste of Egypt in
addition to the warm hospitality and fascinating culture, and The Nubian
Cultural center is also a good option.
Hugely attractive, Aswan is the busy market center of the region. In fact,
its ancient name of Sewent means “trade”. Aswan is still keeping its bustling
spirit, as it’s lively with its colorful shops and bazaars.
Cruising the Nile in Aswan is definitely a memorable experience as you will
be enjoying an enthralling blend of nature’s exquisiteness and the grace of the
Pharaohs. Being a serene destination with magnificent scenery, Aswan also makes
for an ideal gateway for honeymooners.
Located roughly where the Western Desert and the Eastern Desert meet, and
just north of the great expanse of water created by the Aswan High Dam
known as Lake Nasser , Aswan has a gorgeous winter climate and is a popular sun
resort from November through to March with Egyptians as well as International