The road from Hurghada to Luxor is not a safe drive. The road linking the ancient city of Luxor in southern Egypt to Hurghada, the regional hub for several scuba diving resorts on the Red Sea, is perilous and poses a severe risk to travelers. Numerous head-on collisions and fatal accidents have occurred, making it a highly dangerous route.
The road to Giza is the world’s oldest known paved road. Located on the west bank of the Nile, southwest of central Cairo, at over 4,600 years old, it was used to transport the enormous blocks of basalt for building from the quarries to a lake adjoining the Nile.
Border Road #10 is an asphalted highway which travels parallel to the border fence between Israel and Egypt.