Alexandria Attractions

Our experts from Cairo Top Tours offer you all the important information before you start your tours in Egypt and nice tours in Cairo like the amazing and breathtaking Giza Pyramids tour as well as many other well-organized tours all over the country such as Islamic Cairo trips and the spiritual Coptic Cairo tour. in addition to a splendid day tour to Alexandria from Cairo.

Alexander the Great built the city of Alexandria in 332 BC and gave it its name. It is unlike any other Egyptian city as it has a long and rich history that bears witness to some of Egypt tours splendor. Indeed, many important events and stories took place in this city as part of the history of Egypt.

In the wonderful and beautiful Siwa Oasis, Alexander the Great chose to visit the Temple of the Oracle of the god Amun, who was considered the most important and significant of the gods of ancient Egypt. He approached the village of Racotis and determined that this would be the place for the construction of a great city. He had it built by one of his architects. Alexander then went to Siwa to consult the oracle about his fate, after which he left Egypt to fight the Persians in Asia.

Things to do in Alexandria Egypt

The city was not completely built until the reign of Ptolemy I, (Soter "the Saviour"), and his successor Ptolemy II (Philadelphus) when the buildings of the city were completed and it became the main capital of Egypt.

Enjoy many Alexandria day tours one of the main trips that are carefully organized within the Egypt Travel Packages to see all the available trips and the low-budget prices our company offers.

Bibliotheca of Alexandria | Alexandria Library | Library of Alexandria

bibliotheca Alexandrina

The Library of Alexandria was for many centuries, more or less from 280 BC to 416, one of the largest and most important libraries on the Planet. This valiant center of knowledge was located in the city of Alexandria, north of Egypt, west of the River Nile, right on the shores of the Mediterranean.

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Alexandria National Museum

Alexandria National Museum

The National Museum of Alexandria has grown in importance and is now considered one of the best museums in Egypt. It was inaugurated in 2003, and it is one of the reasons why this city is worth visiting. The National Museum of Alexandria is housed in a restored palace and contains around 1,800 objects that narrate the history of Alexandria through its different eras, including Pharaonic, Roman, Coptic, and Islamic.

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The Citadel of Qaitbey | Qaitbey Citadel | Things to do in Alexandria

The Citadel of Qaitbey

The citadel of Qaitbay in Alexandria is considered one of the most important defensive fortresses, not only in Egypt but also along the Mediterranean coast. It was an important part of the fortifications of Alexandria in the 15th century AD.

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Alexandria Corniche

Alexandria Corniche

Alexandria Corniche is a very important Alexandrian place and you can see the wonder of the country through it. People frequent it in summer and winter to enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. The Corniche stretches from Ras El-Teen in Al-Gomrok neighborhood to Montazah Palace in Al-Montazah neighborhood. It is the most important traffic artery of the city in the horizontal direction.

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The Roman Amphitheater in Alexandria | Alexandria Attractions

The Roman Amphitheatre in Alexandria | Ancient Roman Theatre

The Roman amphitheater in Alexandria in Egypt is a large circular Roman theatre, and the only one of its kind to be found in the country. Though often referred to as an amphitheater, the site is actually that of a small Roman theatre rather than a larger sporting arena.

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Pompey's Pillar

Pompey's Pillar

Pompey's Pillar is an ancient Roman column located in Alexandria, Egypt. It is considered the tallest memorial monument in the world. The exact date of the creation of this column has not been determined, but it dates back to Roman times, and it was said that this column was dedicated to Christianity after its victory in Alexandria, Ali Miriam, in the Battle of the Shirt.

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The Catacombs/(Kom El-Shoukafa)

The Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa

The catacombs of Kom al-Shuqafa are a historical archaeological site located in Alexandria. It is considered one of the most important cemeteries in the city and is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World in the Middle Ages. The cemetery consists of a series of Alexandrian tombs, statues, and archaeological remains of the Pharaonic funerary cult, and due to the time period at the time, many of the features of the catacombs at Kom al-Shuqafa combine Roman, Greek, and Egyptian cultural points.

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Alexandria port

Alexandria Port

Alexandria is the second-largest city in Egypt and has two ports (the eastern port) between the peninsula and the shallow eastern port that is not used for shipping. The Port of Alexandria is managed by the Alexandria Port Authority and is the largest port in the region, handling approximately 55% of Egypt's international trade.

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Alexandria Airport/Borg El Arab International Air Port

Alexandria Airport | Borg El Arab International Airport

Borg El Arab International Airport became the principal airport of Alexandria from December 2010 when all traffic was transferred from Alexandria International Airport. The airport consists of a new passenger building and an administration building. The passenger terminal is designed in the shape of a boat and consists of three floors.

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El Alamein War Cemetery | Commonwealth War Cemetery in Alamein

El Alamein War Cemetery | Alamein Commonwealth in Egypt

The El Alamein War Cemeteries are the cemeteries where Allied and Axis soldiers have been buried since World War II at El Alamein, on the northern coast of Egypt. It is divided into individual parts and sectors and is still visited annually by some of the surviving families of Allied soldiers.

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Alexandria Lighthouse Pharos

Alexandria Lighthouse Pharos | Ancient Lighthouse Alexandria

The ancient lighthouse of Alexandria was built for the purpose of helping sailors reach the port of Alexandria in Egypt, and was truly a unique engineering marvel of the wonders of the ancient world. Find out more here!

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Mark the Evangelist

Saint Mark the Evangelist

St. Mark, one of the most important in Christian history, especially in Egypt.

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St. Catherine of Alexandria|st. Catherine of Alexandria church

St. Catherine of Alexandria

In the Coptic Orthodox Church, she is considered a martyr, and in the Catholic Church, she is considered one of the fourteen assistants.

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El montazah palace alexandria egypt

El montazah palace alexandria | montaza palace history

The gardens of Montazah Palace, with their enchanting views of the Mediterranean, are one of the most beautiful historical and tourist sites in Alexandria, and visitors need to discover its attractions on foot for hours.

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Abu al abbas al mursi mosque in alexandria

Mosque of abu al-abbas al-mursi | masjid abu al-abbas al-mursi

In Alexandria is the Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi Mosque or al-Marsa Abu al-Abbas, one of the oldest and most famous mosques, as it is distinguished by its distinctive shaped domes, and is one of the most important features of the Abu al-Abbas area in the Bahri area of the city, to its owner Shihab al-Din Abu al-Abbas Ahmad bin Hassan bin Ali al-Khazraji al-Ansari al-Marsa.

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The Royal Jewelry Museum

The Royal Jewelry Museum

It is called the "Palace of Jewels" due to its presence in the building that was the palace of one of the princesses of the upper royal family.

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Tombs OF Shatby | Shatby Necropolis

the Chatby tombs are considerably older, dating back to the 3rd century BC, just before the end of the Pharaonic period. At the time of their construction, there was a huge amount of Greek and Roman influence, although the Greeks were still in power at the time. This merging of cultures can still be seen to this day, not only when visiting the tombs, but also throughout the city of Alexandria.

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Ras El Tin Palace in Alexandria | Ras El Tin Palace History

The Palace construction was initiated by Mohamed Ali himself in 1834 to require the form of a Roman fort and to function as another ruling headquarters almost like the functions of worship El-Din fastness. creator Yezi Bek, was commissioned to style and build the Palace. Construction works ran from1834-1848 and terminated once thirteen years of labor.

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The Graeco-Roman Museum | Roman Amphitheater of Alexandria

The Hellenic repository is tiny, however, it options artifacts from a desirable amount of Egyptian history once Greek, Roman, and Ancient Egyptian civilization all interacted here, leading to a motivating fusion of traditions. during this little repository, you may be available in contact with many legendary figures from world history, all of the UN agencies compete out the necessary components of their lives in Alexandria.

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Mamoura Beach Alexandria Egypt | Alexandria Attractions

El Maamora Beach may be a style beach within the neighborhood of El Maamora in Alexandria, Egypt. it's settled east of Montaza's royal gardens, and administrated by each the Governorate of Alexandria and also the El Maamora Housing and Construction company. it's thought-about one among the most traveler attractions in Alexandria for its beach and parks.

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Aquarium museum | Alexandria Egypt

Aquarium Museum Alexandria

The Aquarium Museum has an important role in spreading culture, knowledge, and information useful to interested and visiting school and university students and tourists from all over the world.

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El Nabi Daniel Mosque

Located in the city of Alexandria, there are several Islamic mosques attributed to prophets and messengers who preceded Christianity and Islam, and perhaps this appears in that these mosques may have been ancient temples turned into mosques, or due to the presence of large Jewish communities in the city of Alexandria in the Roman era, so the names were given to the name her prophets.

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Sidi Gaber Mosque

The mosque was initially a small corner that was built around the middle of the seventh century AH. This corner remained in its condition until a mosque was built on its ruins at the end of the nineteenth century AD. In 1955 AD, the old mosque was removed to build the current mosque in its place.

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Sidi Beshr Mosque

The Sidi Bishr area is one of the most important areas of the Montazah neighborhood, located east of the city of Alexandria in Egypt. It was named after the Sheikh and Imam Bishr, who lived and was buried in that area. The reason for the name was in reference to Sheikh Bishr bin Al Hussein bin Muhammad bin Obaid Allah bin Al Hussein bin Bishr Al Jawhari.

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AL-Imam AL-Busiry Mosque

The mosque is attributed to the Sufi imam and poet Sharaf al-Din Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Saeed Hammad bin Mohsen - nicknamed Al-Busairi in relation to the city of Busir in Upper Egypt, who lived in the period from 1213 AD - 1295 AD, and his ancestors belonged to a branch of the Sanhaja tribe in the Maghreb, some of whom migrated to Egypt And they settled.

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Ras EL-Tin Palace

Muhammad Ali ordered that the Ras al-Tin Palace be built in the form of a fortress to serve as the seat of his rule in the Citadel of Salah al-Din in Cairo, and the design of the palace was designed by the French engineer “Sir Yeezy Beck” in 1834-1847, meaning that it took 13 years to build. It bears the name "Muhammad Ali" and some granite columns.

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EL-Agami Beach Alexandria

Alexandria is characterized by its beaches extending from Maamoura in the east to El-Agamy in the west, with wonderful waters, an ideal geographical atmosphere, and stunning landscapes.

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Miami Beach Alexandria

Travelers usually seek to spend a special trip, and this is indeed what all tourists in Alexandria will have, as there are various tourist attractions, such as the beaches of Alexandria, which are the main attraction for guests

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mahmoud said Museum

From the bride of the Mediterranean, Alexandria, and over its sands in Jancles, we go on a trip to the Museum of the most expensive paintings, to the artist with the most expensive paintings sold in the Middle East, to the Muhamed said Museum

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Sidi Bishr Mosque

Sidi Bishr Mosque is one of the landmarks of Alexandria in Egypt

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Cavafy museum

The Cavafy Museum is a residential museum located in the center of Alexandria, which was once the residence of the Greek poet Constantine Cavafy

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Abu Qir Bay

Abu Qir Bay is a wide bay in the Mediterranean Sea in Egypt, located between Abu Qir (near Alexandria) and the mouth of the Nile River at Rashid and west of the city of Idku

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Tomb of Abu Darda

Tomb of Abu Darda

This article makes an effort to identify all the alleged tombs and burial locations for Abu Darda, a well-known friend of Prophet Muhammad. The Citadel of Damascus is home to the most famous of abi Darda's supposed tombs, who was a well-known associate of the prophet Muhammad. The mosque and tomb's origins are unknown because at least two alternative locations, one in Egypt and the other in Jordan, are said to be where Abu Darda was interred. None of these are the known or verified locations where Abi Darda was interred.

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