Transportation – Cairo as a capital is a base hub in Egypt. You can take flight to Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, Abu Simbel and Sharm el Sheikh. Best site to plan and book your tickets is Skyscanner. Secondly, main cities along the Nile Delta are connected via train. However travelers are encouraged to travel on express train which is a good option. Mostly, trains are delayed a bit on long routes. Thirdly Many companies of Public Buses which includes Golden Arrow, West Delta, Super Jet, Pullman, El Gouna and Go Bus are operational in Egypt and some companies provide online booking too.
Within cities, the main sources of transportation are private taxi, Public bus or Tuk-tuk. In Alexandria you can enjoy the tram ride too.
Food and local Dishes – You can taste the local foods which has a rich cuisine. We tasted following dishes on our entire stay there.
o Hummus, a starter and made from grinded chick peas
o Khubz (Eish Baladi) and it is a sort of bread,
o Kushari (It is made of rice, macaroni and lentils mixed together and topped with a spicy tomato sauce. At The end, add garlic vinegar, garnished with chickpeas and crispy fried onions).
o Kofta, made from minced lamb and in ball shaped
o Kebab (minced lamb meat on skewers and grilled over charcoal)
o Fasikh, an ancient salted dish of Mullet Fish