Our long experienced guides will let you know the latest updated facts throughout your tour to enjoy Giza Pyramids and also to explore the Egyptian Museum. You will be amazed by Egyptian history presented by our guide during the Giza pyramids tour that extends to the Egyptian museum!!
Price : 55.00 $
Giza and Cairo
Enjoy the beauty and grandeur of the pyramids in Giza, that were constructed at the dawn of history by the most prominent kings and rulers of ancient Egypt during the old kingdom of ancient Egypt history, then start your amazing Egyptian Museum tour to see the biggest collection of Egyptian antiquities all over the world displayed in the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities. Do not wait any longer! Book Now your privately guided Cairo Excursions.
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Cairo Top Tours Egyptologist guide will be waiting for you at your hotel lobby, then you will be transferred to Giza Pyramids built by the reputable Pharaoh Cheops. Then our guide will take you to view the second pyramid of king Chephren and the smallest one built for the burial of king Mycerinus, who built three smaller pyramids for his queens, enjoy the panoramic view of all the Pyramids in Giza. Continue on to visit the Great Sphinx, which is formed from a single rock with the figure of a head of a human and the body of a huge lion, in addition to the Valley Temple which was built for the mummification of king Chephren as part of the funeral complex, the younger brother and successor of king Djedefre, located on the foot of the majestic sphinx.
We will stop to enjoy a good quality lunch and try the most delicious Egyptian cuisine, then we will continue our tour to The Egyptian Museum, located in heart of Cairo city at the famous Tahrir Square, Where the 25th of January 2011 revolution took place. The Egyptian Museum consists of a wide collection of Egyptian monuments all over the world which covers all the different eras of ancient Egyptian history over 6000 years. You will enjoy watching more than 160,000 masterpieces displayed on two floors, including the treasures of Tutankhamen, a great collection of golden findings and jewelry that were kept under the sand for over 350 decades until the New Kingdom tomb was finally discovered in 1922, then it was entirely displayed in the Egyptian Museum.
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