What to see:in port said

If you are walking down Palestine Street, you will enjoy the huge ships waiting to enter the Suez Canal and the colonial architecture of the 19th century in the town center.

National Museum in Port Said

The museum houses artifacts from most periods of Egypt’s past, including pharaonic and prehistoric. Highlights of the well-displayed collection include two mummies, an exquisitely worked shroud and painted coffin, Ptolemaic funerary masks, Islamic tiles and mashrabiyas, Coptic textiles- especially a tunic adorned with images of the Apostles, and the coach of Khedive Ismail, used during the canal’s inauguration ceremonies.

The Military Museum

Located on 23rd of July Street. Has a small display of artifacts from the Suez Crises and the 1967 and 1973 wars. Open Saturday to Thursday, 9am–2pm.

St. Eugene Church

The Maltese in Port Said had built their own church that they dedicated to Saint Eugene. The church was built
of stone that had been imported at the expense of the Maltese.

Night entertainment

Atlantis Night Club at the Helnan Port Said Hotel Billiards Bar Helnan Port Said Hotel. Serves good drinks and billiards for guests. Cecil Bar The Cecil bar is one of the nicer bars in Port Said. It is open late into the evening, and provides a terrace. Above the bar is the Reana Restaurant that serves Chinese and Korean dishes.


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