Alexandria's diving experts, headed up by Dr Ashraf Sabry, who has been exploring the coastline here for decades. The company offers...
Mosque of Abu Abbas al-Mursi
This stately mosque was originally the tomb of a 13th-century Sufi saint from Murcia in Spain. Today, it dominates a large midan...
El Qobesi has crowned itself the ‘king of mango’ but take one sip and you will bow down a loyal peon. Slivers of several ripe mangoes...
An Alexandria institution for the hoity-toity set, Fish Market's dining room is in a prime position slap on the Med and is one of the...
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Farouk Cafe information
This venerable sheesha joint looks like it hasn't changed an iota since opening in 1928. It’s a delightfully ramshackle old place, with dusty bronze lanterns outside, and charmingly fusty old men arguing and playing board games at the tables under huge photos of the former king.