Cheap Flights to Al Minshah

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How much do things cost in Al Minshah?
Lettuce $0.26
Water bottle (0.33 liter) $0.28
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) $6.57
Chicken breasts at the market $5.28
Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment $22.93
Monthly Pass (local transport) $9.79
Cappuccino $1.81
Local draught beer $1.68
One-way ticket (local transport) $0.14
Rice (white) $0.71
* All price are converted to USD

About Al Minshah

Considered as one of the most frequently visited countries in the world, Egypt offers tourists and visitors exciting adventure and a look at ancient civilization. This is one of the few countries in the world with very rich and stimulating culture which traces back to antiquity. There are so many sites to visit, activities to enjoy and experience in this totally enthralling country. If you are planning to visit Egypt then book cheap flights to Al Manshah and begin your great Egyptian exploration.

Al Manshah is a city situated in the region of Suhaj in Egypt. The city is home to over 60,000 people. This is along the Nile River’s west bank. The Ptolemais Hermiou which was an ancient Greco-Roman city used to occupy the place which the city of Al Manshah now sits. There are several activities you can do here and sites to visit. Two of the most famous monasteries situated in the region are the Red and White Monasteries. The Red Monastery is named after saint Pishay. This Coptic Orthodox Monastery is popularly called the Red Monastery because of it burnt red brick walls. This is one of the most famous monasteries in Egypt. Just about three kilometers from this important site is yet another monastery called the White Monastery which dates back to the 5th century AD. The White Monastery is named after St. Shenouda the Archimandrite. This is called the White Monastery because of the white limestone wall cladding.

Book cheap flights to Al Manshah and spend time to visit the Abydos. This is considered among Egypt’s oldest cities. This is the site of various ancient temples. This is also one of Egypt’s most important archaeological sites. One of the most famous temples in Abydos is the Temple of Seti I. Another interesting site to visit around the region is the small village of Beit Khallaf. Just outside this little village are two huge mastabas or a type of ancient Egyptian tombs. These mastabas can be traced back to the Third Dynasty.

Save money while in the area by avoiding taxis which loiter around large hotels. Stretch your money wisely by walking a little bit away from your hotel and get a passing taxi. These taxis are often cheaper and it will not charge you extra.

There are many hotels in Al Manshah and book one which is perfect for your budget and standard. These hotels range between cheap budget accommodations to more expensive and luxurious properties. There are also several bed and breakfast accommodations which include food in their service. This type of accommodation is often different from huge hotels and offers more personalize and friendly service. You can also look for backpacker’s hostels which are often targeted towards the young market usually travelling university students.

Information about travelling to Al Minshah

  • Currency exchange rate
    $1.00(EGP) = $0.04(USD)

Airports near Al Minshah

Cairo International Airport (Cairo)