The Egyptian resort of Sharm el Sheikh is located directly on the Red Sea and has a subtropical climate all year round. Little rain, a lot of sun and summer temperatures make the city a popular vacation spot.
An insider tip for tourists are the Cape Verde Islands, which are located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, about 500 kilometers off the coast Africa. On the "islands of perpetual summer" the sun shines all year round, rainy days are very rare.
To the west of Cairo, about 20 km from downtown, lies Giza with the pyramids, which are one of the ancient seven wonders of the world. Although the climate is subtropical, no sight has attracted so many visitors until today.
The Egyptian tourist resort of Hurghada on the coast of the Red Sea offers ideal diving and swimming weather all year round. With sun, sea and beach there are excellent climatic conditions for the vacationer.