Price : 45.00 $
Our organized Cairo Day Tours from Airport let you discover the most important historical sites of Cairo in just few hours. During your stay in Egypt, book Cairo Stopover Transit Tour to visit the great Giza pyramids, the Sphinx, is known to be a portrait sculpture of the king Khafre, and the Egyptian Museum which contains numerous important pieces of ancient Egyptian and located in Downtown Cairo. During this tour, you will walk through the medieval streets and gates of Cairo as well as the markets and other amazing places. you can visit the colorful open-air bazaar of Khan El Khalili. We will help you to plan your privately guided Cairo Layover Tours now or join our group tours from Cairo Airport.
Cairo Top Tours guarantees you a very professional team of operators to help you to organize your Egypt Day Tours and provides you the best, most dedicated and professional Egyptologist tour guides to accompany you during your Cairo Layover Tours to Giza Pyramids and Sphinx from Cairo Airport.
Our Cairo Top Tours representative will meet and assist you at Cairo International Airport to begin your Cairo Stopover Transit Tour. You will be transferred to the famous Plateau of Giza. You will make one of your dreams come true by visiting the only monument remaining from the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Great Pyramid of Cheops, and the pyramids of Chephren and Mykerinus. You will also see the Sphinx and the Valley Temple built for the preservation of the Chephren king's body for the afterlife.
We will continue our Cairo Stopover Tour to discover the treasures of the Egyptian Museum, which has the best collection of Egyptian antiquities all over the world, especially of antiquities of the Pharaonic and Greco-Roman periods. The museum consists of more than 250,000 masterpieces including the treasures of Tutankhamen like the gold mask that covered the pharaoh’s head. Other treasures like jewelry, reliefs, funerary art and the contents of various tombs, papyri, and other objects. A huge collection of these treasures was hidden under the sand over 35 centuries till the tomb was excavated in 1922 then it was entirely moved to Cairo and the Egyptian government has displayed it all in the Egyptian Museum.
Now it's time for lunch, you will eat in a good quality restaurant, and if you have enough time before the flight we will take you to Islamic district of Cairo, to explore the walls and gates of this medieval city and its old stone-paved street of El Moez date back to the 10th century, you will finish walking by having mint-tea at Fishawy oldest cafe in Khan El Khalili, Cairo’s oldest colorful open-air bazaar.