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Egypt visa requirements for Pakistani citizens .
Note : Visa stamping or rejection is subject to embassy, service charges are non refundable
Visa processing timing is subject to embassy approval minimum days 25 days .Embassy can take up to 2 months .
Embassy of Arab Republic of Egypt in Islamabad Pakistan
Plot No. 38-51 , UN Boulevard – Diplomatic Enclave
Ramna 5/4, ISLAMABAD
Telephone Numbers : 051 2209072 – 2209082 – 2270694 – 2832200
Best places to visit in Egypt
If your are planning to visit Egypt the you should visit these places.
Pyramids of Giza is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, The largest pyramid ever built, it incorporates about 2.3 million stone, Weighing an average of 2.5 to 15 tons each. it is estimated that the workers would have had to set a block every two and a half minutes.
The Karnak Temple Complex, commonly known as Karnak comprises a vast mix of decayed temples chapels, pylons, and other buildings
Islamic Cairo is a part of central Cairo noted for its historically important mosques and other Islamic monuments.Islamic Cairo is not more or less Islamic than the rest of the city, but it’s the area of the city which holds the most, the greatest and the most famous Islamic monuments. Many of these raised by the Fatimid caliphs who founded the city Cairo (preceded by Fustat or Old Cairo). Unlike Islamic quarters in other cities, people, often quite poor, continue to live by historic monuments and mosques. A huge, bustling center of worship, trade, shopping and commuting – it’s a must-see for any visitors and deserves at least a couple of days exploring
Abu Simbel is something special. This is Ramses II’s great temple, adorned with colossal statuary standing guard outside, and with an interior sumptuously decorated with wall paintings. Justly famous for its megalithic proportions, Abu Simbel is also known for the incredible feat, which saw the entire temple moved from its original setting – set to disappear under the water because of the Aswan dam – during the 1960s in a massive UNESCO operation that took four years.
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo contains the world’s most extensive collection of pharaonic antiquities,No Egypt tour is complete without a visit to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. With over 120,000 artefacts, the museum houses an unbelievable exhibit depicting ancient Egypt’s glorious reign. Mummies, sarcophagi, pottery, jewellery and of course King Tutankhamen’s treasures, it’s all there.