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Expectations were high but in reality the Corniche buildings are either being replaced with uninspiring new structures, crumbling or just poorly maintained.
The beaches are very crowded with some privately owned.
The Stanley bridge is lovely but almost impossible to stop and view at length....More
This vibrant place is always busy, teaming with people and cars each trying to do better than the other. It’s a busy thoroughfare emblematic of a city it calls home.
It comes to life at night, shimmering with street lights as much as car ones....More
This long road is in fact the heart of the city of Alexandria..it's better to have a walk at night..the paid beaches all along aren't worth a stay..dirty and crowdy...the roads parallel to it are very busy with restaurants and shops..the fish market was my...More
This long road by the sea is good for nightly walks..it is the heart of Alexandria city..the beaches along the coast aren't worth a stay..dirty and crowdy..the roads parallel to the corniche are full of restaurants serving good food ,you can also do some shopping..I...More
Take some time to admire the many classic and modern buildings along the Corniche. Old names: Cecil Hotel (where we stayed 30 years ago), modern names: Bibiotheca Alexandrina.... Many fish restaurants. Enjoy the "beaches" and see how locals play in the water. Very nice.
This beautiful corniche is in such a bad condition. It is a remarkable spot for a beautiful walk but the negligence of it is very disturbing. The amount of rubbish, dirt, plastic bags and bottles on the corniche and on the spot that had one...More
I highly recommend a stroll on feet from the forest of Silsileh till Qaitbey fort. On sea pebbles from Alexandria, Egypt : " [..] between the old station of Ramleh and the fort of Silsileh, the coral was in abundance mixed with various samples of...More