Early in the morning, your tour guide will meet you in the hotel lobby to start your unforgettable Hurghada day tours. You'll be driven to Hurghada Airport so you can begin your Cairo day tours by boarding your flight to Cairo. To assist you with the immigration procedure, a representative from our company will be waiting for you at Cairo International Airport with a sign bearing your name. Once there, your private English-speaking tour guide will meet you and accompany you as you visit all of Cairo's sights for the day.
The Great Sphinx and the Giza Pyramids, two of the most well-known tourist destinations in the world today and since Roman times, will be your first stops. Each of these magnificent structures housed the tomb of a fourth dynasty king (c.2613–2494 BC).
You will then travel to Step Pyramid in Saqqara, one of Egypt's most important archaeological sites. Even though it may not be as magnificent or well-known as the Giza Pyramids, this structure predates them and is vital to archaeologists' understanding of how pyramid building changed over time.
The Red Pyramid, the tallest of Dahshur's three main pyramids, will be your next stop. The reddish-rust hue of the local red limestone is where his given name comes from. In the city of Giza, the third-largest Egyptian pyramid was later built. When it was initially constructed, the Red Pyramid was the tallest stone building in the world. The locals call it the pyramid of bats.
Then, you will go to The Bent Pyramid, a famous Egyptian pyramid and one of the three pyramids built by King Snefru. It was intended by the ancient Egyptians to rise at an angle of 58 degrees, but when construction had almost reached halfway up the structure, it was decided to build the upper portion at a 43-degree angle, thus earning it the nickname bent pyramid.
Finally, you will take A majestic show Light and Sound to Enjoy your time then the tour leader will return you back to your hotel in Hurghada.
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From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the majority of monuments, historic sites, and museums are open. From eight in the morning to sunset, outdoor sites like the pyramids are accessible. Our tour operators will explain the precise pick-up times for the excursions and will take the opening hours for the sights into account if you book your individual trips to Egypt, excursions, and your Nile cruise with us.
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