Before choosing a Ismailia tour, stay tuned to Touroogle for more information about Ismailia.Ismailia is on the northern shore of the Crocodile Lake in Lower Egypt. The region is of great importance in terms of maritime transport today.
It was important since it was on the trade route between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean, since the time of the ancient Egyptians, and constituted the country’s defense line against attacks from the east, even before the opening of the Suez Canal.
Today, the agriculture and light industry developed in Ismailia.
Agriculture continues throughout the summer, winter, and Nile seasons. Local people are producing different agricultural products in these fertile lands.
Tourism is very lively in the region due to its mild weather all year.
Spacious tree-covered gardens and beautiful landscapes also attract attention.
Visitors of the Ismailia tour will find a variety of archaeological finds, especially from historical sites in the Ismailia like Tell El Maskhuta, North Sinai, and Upper Egypt.
The city is about a ninety-minute automobile drive from Cairo. It is about a four-hour drive to Sharm El Sheikh in South Sinai from Ismailia. The sidewalks in the city have been painted yellow and blue after the accepted color of Ismaily Sports Club.
Virgin Mary Church is one of the French architecture in Ismailia city that you can visit in your Ismailia tour.
There are two important festivals in Ismailia.