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The most comfortable way to El Alamein is by air-conditioned train from Alexandria.
 
The most comfortable way to El Alamein is by air-conditioned train from Alexandria.
 
Young independently-minded travelers (who don't like party-buses or package tours) visiting Egypt can get to El Alamein on [[www.FalafelBus.com]], the first and only hop-on hop-off service in the Middle East which is easy, safe and the cheapest way to get there and back. [[www.FalafelBus.com]] has more than 25 stops across Israel, Jordan or Egypt. It offers safe transport, reliable accommodation and side trips, accompanied by well-traveled, educated guides.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 06:37, 11 August 2010

El Alamein is a small town on the north coast of Egypt, on the railway line about sixty miles west of Alexandria; it is famous as the site of major battles between British and German forces during the Second World War. Winston Churchill described El Alamein as having the best climate in the world.


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The most comfortable way to El Alamein is by air-conditioned train from Alexandria.

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The Commonwealth War Cemetery at El Alamein is open during daylight hours, and staffed Saturday to Thursday 0730 to 1430. There are also German and Italian cemeteries, and a very substantial war museum.

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The entire coast near El Alamein is covered by fancifully-laid-out villa complexes; eleven kilometres of it is the Porto Marina, which is regarded as an elite resort by Egyptian standards but reasonably affordable to Western travellers.


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