Ras El Tin Palace

Ras El Tin Palace is one of the oldest royal Egyptian palaces still in use today. Inspired by the architectural style of Abdeen Palace in Cairo, it was Egypt’s kings’ summer home. Set on impressive grounds that boast 12 acres of garden, the property also boasts breathtaking sea views. During his reign, King Farouk rebuilt the palace, introducing a marina pool that connects the palace and the sea.