The best time to visit Egypt is during the winter months, from November to February, when temperatures are cooler and more comfortable for sightseeing. However, this is also the peak tourist season, so popular sites such as the Pyramids and Luxor can be crowded.

Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to October) are also good times to visit Egypt, as temperatures are mild and there are fewer crowds than during the peak winter season.

Summer (June to August) is the low season in Egypt, with hot and dry temperatures, which can make sightseeing uncomfortable during the day. However, prices may be lower, and there are still plenty of indoor attractions, such as museums and markets, that can be enjoyed during the hottest part of the day.

It’s also worth noting that Ramadan, the Muslim holy month, affects travel in Egypt. During this time, which varies each year based on the Islamic calendar, many restaurants and shops are closed during the day, and some tourist sites may have altered hours. It’s still possible to travel during Ramadan, but it’s important to plan ahead and be aware of any potential changes or limitations.