Hamzeh Lebedev


I visited Egypt numerous times and have traveled to most of the major tourist destinations along with a number of obscure localities. In addition to well-known sites, Egypt boasts hidden gems like Marsa Alam, Ain Sokhna, and Sharm El-Sheikh, which offer unique resort experiences.

Describing Egypt as a “culture shock” would be an understatement, particularly when venturing away from the typical tourist areas. The pervasive military presence is hard to miss, and transportation primarily relies on “Tuk Tuks” and “Mini Buses”. Road safety regulations are scant, with a notable absence of crosswalks, yet amidst these differences, the locals often exhibit world-class hospitality.