The northern African country is a cheap place to visit as one can have more money to spend on visiting the pyramids, the most magnificent man-made structures in history.
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The Great Pyramids of Giza are located on a plateau on the west bank of the Nile River, on the outskirts of modern-day Cairo. Millions of tourists visit the pyramids each year to admire the wonders of Egypt. Tickets to the pyramids range from free entry to up to $50, depending on which one you choose to visit.
Your day-to-day costs while in Egypt is supposed to be around $18 per day, and you will have more to even travel further and scuba diving in the red sea.
A recent survey showed that living in Egypt is cheap. Its consumer goods and rent are cheaper as compared to New York. A one-bedroom in Cairo costs just $350 a month. People can also get groceries at a discount of 77%.