Egypt rent a car, taxi and getting around

Getting around. Taxis, Rent a car, etc. in Egypt

If you're planning a trip to Egypt, you're probably wondering about the best way to get around. Luckily, we've got some good news for you! There are tons of options for getting around this beautiful country.

Taxi

In Egypt, most people get around by taxi. Taxis are a good option if you're looking for comfort and convenience. They are pretty cheap, and the drivers know their way around well (so if you get lost, they will know how to get you back on track). The taxis have numbers on them and are easy to find. However, there are also some other options for getting around in Egypt.

Renting a Car

If you're staying longer than a few days, renting a car is a good way to go. You can rent one at the airport when you arrive or at any of the major car rental companies in Cairo, Alexandria, or Hurghada. You can also rent a car if you want more independence. You'll need to ensure that you have an international driver's license before doing this (they cost about $50). Renting a car will allow you to explore parts of Egypt that tourists don't usually see, so it's a great way to get off the beaten path!

Buses

 Buses might not be your best option if you're looking for something cheap and reliable! Buses are cheap, but they tend not to run as frequently as taxis do. They tend to be crowded and dirty as well.

Things to know

Getting around in Egypt is a breeze. You can take taxis, rent a car, or even get around on foot if you're feeling adventurous. Taxis are relatively inexpensive in Egypt, so if you're not afraid to navigate traffic and don't mind being crammed into a tiny car with people, this might be the way to go. You'll find them everywhere—at bus stops, train stations, and restaurants—and they're easy to flag down when you need one.

Driving in Cairo can be stressful because of all the traffic lights and heavy traffic (especially during rush hour), but it's also exciting because there's so much going on! If you want to stick with public transportation but don't want to deal with buses and trains (or crowds), renting a car might be a better option for you. If you're looking for something more low-key and relaxing, there are many beautiful places outside of Cairo where driving would give you some time for quiet contemplation.

If neither of these options appeals to you and your budget doesn't allow for them anyway (or if flying isn't an option), consider taking a taxi. Taxis are a great way to get around Egypt. They are cheap, easy to get and convenient. You can find them by the side of the road or in taxi stands throughout the city.

Few Tips

  1. Getting around Egypt is easy. You can take taxis, rent a car, or even book a tour!
  2. Getting a taxi in Egypt is very straightforward—you'll find them at the airport and around town. You can also call for one if you want to be picked up at your hotel or other location. The drivers speak English, so it's easy to communicate with them.
  3. Renting a car is also very easy in Egypt. Just go to your hotel and ask about renting one from them—they'll help you find one that fits your needs and budget.
  4. Taxis range in price depending on where you are and how far you're going—but if you want to hire one for a long trip that will take several hours, make sure you agree on a price before getting into the car. You don't want to get stuck paying excessive money at the end!
  5. You can also get around by taking public buses or trains if public transportation is available where you're staying.

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