Banha the capital of the Qalyubiyya Governorate Banha railway station located in north eastern Egypt. Between the capital of Cairo and Tanta city, Banha is an important transport hub, as rail lines from Cairo to various cities in the Nile Delta move across it.
It is found 48 kmfrom Cairo. located on the east bank of the Damietta Branch of the Nile River in the rich farmland of the southern the main river’s delta. Well-irrigated by canals leading off the Delta Barrage, a dam 30 km
Since ancient times, Banha has been noted for the production of attar of roses, an ingredient in perfume.Today it’s the middle of Egypt’s electronics industry. Banha is really a major junction in the rail network that radiates north from Cairo and it has got the 6th biggest train station in Egypt.
Its most important features are the main poultry exchange of the Arab Republic of Egypt. Benha train station, where it starts from where all the railways branch to all the cities of the delta.
Benha University, which includes 18 colleges and institutes, including the colleges of medicine and the College of Veterinary Medicine, which teaches the science of animal treatment, in addition to studying nursing, and the most famous College of Engineering in Shubra, as well as engineering in Benha. It has the Institute of Computers and Information, faculties of applied arts, sciences and education, and many branches of study at the university, and it is the place of study for a large number of nearby provinces.
During your visit to Egypt and the governorates famous for tourism, you can head to that city near Cairo to see the Egyptian countryside in nature, and the road will not take more than an hour.
But you will see the life of the countryside in nature and enjoy the Egyptian hospitality and the well-known authentic nature of the Egyptian farmer.