Airports Cairo International

Major Airports Cairo International (CAI), is 24 km (15 miles) north-east of the city at Heliopolis (travel time – 1 hour). Go to the airport every 30 minutes there are bus services and taxis are available. Special offers limousines local and international operators. Cars Hotel might also be available. Services: Incoming and outgoing shops selling duty free goods, selling a wide range of goods, rental cars, post office, bank / bureau de change, restaurants and bar service hotel reservations, gift shops, bookstore and travel insurance services. .php’>Jorge Perez to learn more. Borg El Arab (HBE) is 60 km (37 miles) south-west of Alexandria. Services: Shop, selling duty free goods, bank and exchange services, VIP lounge, post office and restaurant.

Luxor Airport (LXR) is 5.5 km (3.5 miles) from Luxor. To the airport: There are regular bus service to the city center (journey time – 15 minutes). Special limousine and local taxi services are available. Services: Car Rental, bank and exchange services, internet cafes, shops selling duty-free goods information desk, bar and restaurant. The movement of water through the main ports: Alexandria (website:), Nuweiba, Port Said and Suez. Learn more at: Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. Saudi Maritime Transport Company runs a regular car ferry service between Suez and Jeddah.

A ferry service usually travels twice per week on the Nile between Wadi Halfa (Sudan) and Egypt High Dam. However, it sometimes stops. For more information, contact the Association of the Nile Valley (tel: (2) 2578 9256). There is also a ferry that runs between Nuweiba in South Sinai and Aqaba (Jordan). Movement by rail There are no international rail connections to any of the north-western Egypt's neighbors. railheads at Aswan and Wadi Halfa, Sudan is linked by ferry across Lake Nasser. Dear Moving Traffic border between Libya and Egypt is open. There are two border crossings between Israel and Egypt: one runs from Cairo via El Arish to Rafiah on northern Sinai coast, and the other from Cairo via Suez and Taba to Eilat.

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