Use Travel guide
Research places to visit and things to do with destination travel guides. Access travel tools that help you learn about your destination and keep track of all the details.
To find travel guides, type a country or city name into Google Search, and look for the Travel guide icon on the right hand panel or within the search results. You can also look for the Travel guide link within your search results. Get a snapshot of the top activities for the location you entered, along with a preview of flight and hotel prices, and a link to a location-specific travel guide.
Travel guides provide a brief overview of the destination, including potential trip prices. Click on the flights or hotels icons to explore prices in depth. You can also explore prices and book flights and hotels using Google Flights and Google’s hotel finder and booking tool.
Once you’ve opened Travel guide, click on an entry under the “Top sights” section to see ratings (when applicable), reviews, and other helpful information about the top attractions for your destination.
Use this section to see itinerary ideas for your trip. Some day plans are written by Google, while others are based on the visits of actual travelers. If you have saved places or sights that interest you, they should be featured in some of your suggested plans. Click on a day plan to see a list of attractions and a suggested itinerary with a map. Click on specific attractions to learn more about them.
If you only have a day
A busy day spent exploring must-see attractions, including the Giza pyramid complex, Tahrir Square, and the Egyptian Museum.
Based on actual visits
Antiquities of ancient Egypt
Soak up the antiquities of ancient Egypt, from monumental pyramids to royal mummies.
Written by Google
When to visit
Use this section, which includes a description of the weather throughout the year and the most popular and least crowded times to visit, as you make decisions about the timing of your trip.
Learn more about your destination and how to best plan your trip using links to destination-specific articles from other websites.
Find out about other destinations and attractions in the area by scrolling to “See more while you’re there” and “Other places to explore.”