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Located on North central part of the country along the Mediterranean coast for a distance of 32km, Alexandria is the second largest city of Egypt next to Cairo. This city is also renowned as the largest seaport of Egypt attending almost 80% of the countrys exports and imports. Alexandria plays a dual role in the countrys economy by contributing to the industrial sector in terms of natural gas and oil pipelines network and the tourism sector via its multifaceted attractions and activities. Historically this city holds the pride of been founded by Alexander the Great and distinguished as the second strongest city after Rome. This city also holds the pride of being selected as the seat of the throne by the high-spirited queen of the ancient history, Cleopatra.

Antiquity and Modernity of Alexandria

Though the ancient richness of civilization and culture have been swept off by the nature and swallowed by the ocean, efforts are being taken to depict the ancient treasures that are sleeping below the water surface. An underwater art museum is being built to bring back the submerged history that contains the palace of queen Cleopatra, a colossal stone head of an emperor believed to be Cleopatras son, red granite columns, huge statues of the Egyptian gods and much more resting under the gloomy water.
Despite the ancient treasures, the city has adapted a modern lifestyle with the invasion of the colonial emperors and recent urbanisation activities. As a result the city displays multi-cultured features mingled aptly, creating a tourist friendly atmosphere. Apart from the sightseeing in the vintage sites and treating the taste buds with tantalising fish foods, Alexandria is also home for exotic beaches, luxurious holiday resorts, one of the worlds largest buildings, Royal Library of Alexandria that replaced the ancient Biblioteca Alexandrina, aquatic spots for surfing and and much more.

Getting in and around Alexandria

Being sophisticatedly located in the costal line of Egypt there is no wonder that the city facilitates the transportation of the inhabitants and the international tourists in plenty of ways. Outside travellers can directly reach the city via daily charted flights to Alexandria International Airport. Additionally the city features many highways and road networks where obtaining rails, buses, trams, taxis and mini buses is not a problem at all.

Cheap Flights to Alexandria

Booking low cost flights to Alexandria from Air Africa is the best thing that a budget savvy traveller can do to explore this miraculous city that perfectly blends the antiquity and modernity.

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