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The city is one of the oldest cultural and religious settlements in Egypt, and also home to a large and prestigious university, Tanta Univerisity. Tanta is famous for the mosque and festivals of Sayed Ahmad al-Badawi, and also for the delicious sweets made in that area. There are frequent daily connections from Alexandria, Cairo, and Port Said.
Minibuses and Peugeot shared taxis abound in other cities. The current fare as of July is 9 or 10 LE from Alexandria in a shared ride taxi. If you don't feel like sharing with other people, then go ahead and pay for the whole taxi - 63 or 70 LE, whichever it is. The easiest way to get around is by taxi. A ride will cost 1. An other option is to take on of the public minibuses.
Near the Mosque of Sayed al-Badawi, on one of the streets to the right side if you're facing the mosque, is a fuul and ta'amiya restauraunt called Abu Sina. It's packed with locals eating the delicious fuul. For 10 LE, we got two plates of fuul, gargeer, babghanoush, tahini, ta'miyas, salad, tomatoes, potato salad, pickles, and one can of pop.
Plus it was absolutely delicious! Rural conservatism is apparently on the decline, as one sees women and men in coffee shops, including near the main mosque. Enjoy a drink of karkadee or yansoon, in addition to the traditional tea or coffee. Just click any blue "Edit" link and start writing!