• 106 Nile Dokki, Giza, Egypt


Alamein is one of the cities of Matrouh Governorate, located east of Marsa Matrouh and west of Alexandria, with a population of approximately 10,922 people. The city is divided into three main areas: El Alamein, Sidi Abdel Rahman Village, and Tal Al-Ais Village. The Battle of El Alamein took place on its soil, which is one of the most famous battles of World War II between the Allied Powers and the Axis Powers, in which the forces of the German African Legion were defeated. The city includes cemeteries, memorials, and a museum in memory of the victims of that battle of various nationalities. The city's economy depends mainly on its natural wealth of petroleum, which is being explored by several Egyptian companies, and the tourist areas in which a number of luxurious tourist villages are spread, such as Porto in Marina and Marassi in Sidi Abdel Rahman.



Egypt is considered the vibrant heart of the Arab world, covered in beauty, filled with warmth, and revered by sanctity. It is considered a global historical archive in all the meanings of this word. It is the one on whose land civilizations emerged. It is the one that competes with everyone to love and sing about it. It is the capital of art and life, and the capital of culture, science, and religion.

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Tour details

  • Tour Type Explore
  • Price 4,000 EGP - 15,000 EGP
  • Categories Destination
  • Matrouh The Mediterranean Sea
  • Language Arabic, English
  • Currency EGP, USD, EUR, GBP
  • Time Zone UTC/GMT
  • Drives on the Leftside
  • Calling code +20