Full day pyramids and museum

The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities: It is located at Tahrir Square. It was opened in 1902.       It contains the world’s most extensive collection of Pharaonic antiquities with over 120,000 artifacts, including the golden treasures of the famous boy king, TutAnk Amun.     Pyramids and the Great Sphinx : They are the […]

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Full day Memphis, Sakkara and Pyramids

Memphis:  was the first capital of ancient Egypt, the first nation of the world. It was founded by King Mena around 3100 BC. On this tour, you will see the colossal statue of Ramsses II. It is an enormous statue carved in limestone. It is approximately 10m (33.8 ft) long and weighs 80 tons. It […]

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Half day pyramid

Pyramids and the Great Sphinx : They are the oldest of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Of all the ancient wonders, it is the only one mostly intact.  The tour starts with the Great Pyramid of King Cheops, then we will explore around the other two pyramids, Chephren and Mycerinus. You will be […]

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Half Day Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities: It is located at Tahrir Square. It was opened in 1902.       It contains the world’s most extensive collection of pharaonic antiquities with over 120,000 artifacts, including the golden treasures of the famous boy king, TutAnk Amun.          

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Full day Memphis, Sakkara and Dahshur

Memphis:  was the first capital of ancient Egypt, the first nation of the world. It was founded by King Mena around 3100 BC. On this tour, you will see the colossal statue of Ramsses II. It is an enormous statue carved in limestone. It is approximately 10m (33.8 ft) long and weighs 80 tons. It […]

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Half day Memphis and Sakkara

Memphis:    was the first capital of ancient Egypt, the first nation of the world. It was founded by King Mena around 3100 BC. On this tour, you will see the colossal statue of Ramsses II. It is an enormous statue carved in limestone. It is approximately 10m (33.8 ft) long and weighs 80 tons. […]

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Half day Citadel & Coptic Cairo

The citadel is considered to be among the most popular historical sites of Cairo,it was built by Saladin in the 12th century A.D,in order to protect Egypt against the crusaders. There are many important monuments were built in the citadel through its long history,this includes the marvelous Mosque of Mohamed Ali which is the best example […]

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Half day garbage City (Saint Simon church) and Coptic Cairo

The Zabbaleen (meaning literrally “garbage coolectors”)village at the base of the Mokattam Cliffs began around 1969 when the Cairo governor decided to move all the garbage collectors to single settlement. The garbage collectors were largely Coptic christians and their numbers continued to grow over the years.The need for a centralized church began to grow. In 1975,the […]

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Half day Islamic Cairo

Sultan Hassan Mosque: The mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan in Cairo is one of the largest and the most outstanding Islamic monuments in the world. It was built between 1356 and 1363 by the Mamluk ruler Sultan Hassan     Ibn-Tulun Mosque:   The mosque of Ibn-Tulun Mosque is considered the second oldest mosque extant […]

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Full day Museum, Citadel and Khan El-Kalili

The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities: It is located at Tahrir Square. It was opened in 1902.       It contains the world’s most extensive collection of pharaonic antiquities with over 120,000 artifacts, including the golden treasures of the famous boy king, TutAnk Amun.       The citadel is considered to be among the […]

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Felucca Ride on the Nile River

Afelucaa is a traditional wooden sailing boat used in protected waters particularly along the Nile. They are usually able to board ten passengers and the crew consists of two or three people. Despite there availability of motorboats and ferries,Feluccas are still very popular among tourists and Egyptians who like to enjoy a quieter and calmer mood.

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Full Day Alexandria

Alexandria is the second largest city in Egypt,with a population of 4.1 million: It is a major economic centre in Egypt and the largest seaport,serving approximately 80% of Egypt imports and exports. It was home to a light house ranking among the Seven wonders of the Ancient world as well as a storied library. Alexandria […]

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Full day Wadi Natrun Monasteries

Wadi El-Natroun was once important to ancient Egyptians,as it was providing them with carbonated sodium required for the mummification process because the area was very rich with its salts. Christianity reached the area with St Macarius the great who retreated there in c 330.Then the area  became a sanctuary for christians who were fleeing the […]

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