The Memphis and Dahshur day tour is one of the most selected tours in Cairo after the Giza Pyramids tours, the Cairo to Dahshur and Memphis city tour gives you the opportunity to delve into the history of a 6000-year-old civilization by visiting the necropolis in Dahshur and the Memphis open air museum. Book now!
Price : 45.00 $
Memphis and Dahshur Day Trip
Try one of the several tours in Cairo we have made to suit every taste of history and culture seekers along with the fun and adventure discovers, It is the most reserved one after the famous Giza pyramids tours as the Cairo Tour to Dahshur and Memphis city gives you the opportunity to discover the ancient necropolis in Dahshur archaeological site to see the two pyramids of King Snefru who was the father and the idol of King Cheops enough to inspire him of making the biggest stone structure in the world for thousands of years, the seven wonders great pyramid of Khufu in the Giza Necropolis, visit also the open-air museum of Memphis, the oldest capital in the history of Egypt and maybe the history of mankind 5000 years ago after the unification of the two kingdoms of Egypt took place by King Menes.
Cairo Tour to Dahshur and Memphis
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Meet your accredited tour guide who will accompany you on one of the best day trips to Cairo. The exciting day trip to Memphis and Dahshur will fascinate you by the magnificence of the oldest pyramids in Egypt, which are even older than the famous landmarks of the three Great Pyramids in Giza, which are usually visited during the tour to the pyramids of Giza.
First, go to the old royal necropolis of Dahshur to see two of the four pyramids built for King Snefru, the father of King Cheops and his true role model who inspired him, no doubt when he saw his Father Snefru built great pyramids like the curved pyramid at Dahshur, which bent slightly due to the uncoordinated angles, and the first perfectly shaped pyramid known as the red pyramid because it is reddish in the color of the stones used for its construction.
Take time to step inside the pyramids at Dahshur and snap photos before moving to Egypt's oldest capital from the 1 Dynasty 5000 years ago, the administrative center of rule over such a large empire, Memphis. Not much is left of the ancient city, but now you can see the artifacts on display in the open-air museum. Most interesting of all is the alabaster sphinx, which is the second-largest sphinx within the pyramid complex of King Chephren after the famous Great Sphinx of Giza. You'll also see statues of King Ramses II who ruled the country during the new kingdom. The colossal statue for him shows incomparable perfection and reflects a great anatomical knowledge of the craftsmen who shaped the body muscles so precisely.
Transfer back to your hotel or preferred drop-off location after completing your Dahshur and Memphis Cairo tour.
You can also check out our Cairo tours and choose from the different tours from Cairo including the Coptic Cairo Tour, the Egyptian Museum Tour, and much more!