Day trip to Cairo and Giza Pyramids from Alexandria, bus trips from Alexandria to Cairo, Enjoy a private trip in Cairo to the Pyramids and Egyptian Museum
– Pick up and drop off services from Alexandria hotels
– All transfers by air-conditioned vehicles in Alexandria & Cairo trip
– Entrance fees to the sightseeing in Cairo tour as per trip itinerary
– Lunch meal during Cairo trip at a high quality restaurant
– Egyptology expert English speaking guide throughout Cairo trip
– Travel REP assistance in pick up and drop off in Alexandria
– Mineral water and soft drink during Cairo tour
– Personal Expenses
– Tipping Kitty
Our Cairo private tour starts with pick up from your hotel in Alexandria by our travel representative. Who will accompany you in your Journy to Cairo via our modern air-conditioned vehicle. In arrival in Cairo you will be met by your Egyptology expert tour guide to visit the great Pyramids of Giza are the most famous monuments of ancient Egypt. These massive stone structures were built around 4500 years ago on a rocky desert plateau close to the Nile. But the intriguing Egyptian pyramids were more than just tombs for kings. The mysteries surrounding pyramids symbolism, design and purpose have inspired passionate debate. It is likely that many of these mysteries will never be solved. You will visit the three famous Pyramids of Khufu (great Pyramid of Cheops), Khafre (middle pyramid of Chephren) and Menkaure (little Pyramid of Mykerinos) who ruled through 2589-2504 BCE. Then you will visit the mysterious Sphinx, a mythical creature with a lion’s body and a human head) that stands on the Giza Plateau on the west bank of the Nile. It is the largest monolith statue in the world. Cairo trip also includes a visit to the Valley Temple in front of the statue of the Sphinx. Lunch meal will be served at a high quality restaurant in Cairo.
After that you will visit the famous Egyptian Museum at the Tahrir Square where the Egyptian Revolution indulged January 25th, 2011 against Mubarak and his regime. The Egyptian museum comprises many sections arranged in chronological order for Tutankhamon’s treasures, the pre-dynasty and the Old Kingdom monuments, the Middle Kingdom monuments, Modern Kingdom, late period and the Greek and Roman periods, papyrus and a section for sarcophagi and scrabs. A large hall for the royal mummies was opened at the Egyptian museum, housing eleven kings and queens. The last part will be for a shopping opportunity at the famous bazaars of Khan El Khalili. Drive back to Alexandria with direct transfer to your hotel.
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