On this one-day tour, you will meet your tour guide in front of your hotel with an air-conditioned vehicle and all you need to complete the tour comfortably.
You will stop at The Great Pyramids of Giza first, the tour guide will explain everything in detail for you, have some fun, and snap some shots for memories, then go to our next stop.
At the second stop, you will see Cairo from above, from the fabulous Cairo Tower, to see most of Cairo’s details and take some memorial photos to remember those great moments.
Next, we will take a rest and eat a high-quality traditional Koshari lunch, if you don’t know Koshari, it’s one of the most famous Egyptian plates.
And later, our adventure will end with a marvelous Downtown walk, to see Cairo’s old buildings and architecture.
Then we will transfer you back to the hotel.
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You will first stop at The Great Pyramids of Giza, where the tour guide will explain everything, have some fun, and take some photos for memories before continuing on to our next destination.
The second visit will be to see Cairo from above, from the fantastic Cairo Tower, to see most of Cairo's details and to snap some commemorative images to remember those magnificent times.
Following that, we'll take a break and enjoy a high-quality traditional Koshari lunch; if you're unfamiliar with Koshari, it's one of Egypt's most famous dishes.
Our tour will conclude with a wonderful Downtown stroll to explore Cairo's ancient buildings and architecture.
Then we will return you to your hotel.
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Its partially open latticework pattern is meant to resemble a pharaonic lotus plant, which is a well-known image of ancient Egypt. A circular observation deck and a rotating restaurant with a view of greater Cairo are located at the top of the skyscraper.
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