Are you planning your trip to Egypt and are full of enthusiasm, but still have many doubts about the country? Don’t worry, in this article, you will find all the answers to the questions that come to your mind. Remember! It is always a good idea to inquire before leaving for any destination, to avoid surprises and not be caught unprepared.
Typical Egyptian cuisine is influenced in part by Mediterranean cuisine, in part by Middle Eastern gastronomic tradition. Spices are widely used, coriander, cumin, saffron, black pepper, and the inevitable shatta, an Egyptian term for ‘chili’, present almost everywhere. If you don’t particularly like the spicy taste or are allergic to pepper, don’t forget to specify that it is not added to your dish.
The Egyptian climate is mainly arid and desert, the rain is practically non-existent in most of the territory, it is characterized by a considerable temperature range, also note that in Egypt “there are – never been – the mid-seasons”, there is no clear spring or autumn, there is an almost clear transition from winter to summer and vice versa.
An entry visa is the stamp that any traveler entering Egypt must have on their passports. This stamp can be purchased through the Egyptian Embassy around the world or at Cairo Airport, upon arrival.