Cairo Top Tours offers you all the important information before you start your tours in Egypt and nice tours in Cairo and the amazing and breathtaking Giza Pyramids tour as well as many other well-organized tours all over the country such as a tour to Giza Pyramids, and some of the unique programs we offer like the Islamic Cairo trips and the spiritual Coptic Cairo tour. in addition to a splendid day tour to Alexandria from Cairo.
 The city of Alexandria was founded by Alexander the Great in 332 B.C as he chose to give it his own name. Alexandria is a city, unlike any other Egyptian cities as it enjoys a great and long history that mainly witness a part of the glory that Egypt has, as many important events and stories took place in this city as a part of the history of EgyptAlexander the great once decided to visit the Temple of the Oracle of God Amun who was considered as the most important and significant among the gods of ancient Egypt at the marvelous and picturesque Siwa Oasis. He arrived in the village of Racotis and decided that this location was to be the spot where a great city would be built. He directed one of his architects to build it. Alexander proceeded his way to Siwa to consult the oracle about his destiny and then left Egypt to battle against the Persians in Asia. The city was not completely built until the reign of Ptolemy I, (Soter "the Saviour"), and his successor Ptolemy II (Philadelphus) that the buildings of the city were completed and it became the main capital of Egypt. Visit Egypt now and enjoy the warm water and weather all year-round, after the harsh global crisis regarding the Covid19 pandemic, Noting that all the needed precautions are taken.
Alexandria has the most magnificent view of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a land that witnessed civilizations from ancient Egypt, Roman, Greek, Christian, and Islamic cultures.

Alexandria is one of the main trips that is carefully organized within the Egypt Luxury ToursCheck our Egypt Travel Packages to see all the available trips and the low-budget prices our company offers. Enjoy your Cairo Day Tours. Come and see Alexandria for your tours in Egypt and behold the beauty and charms of this wonderful city.

Bibliotheca of Alexandria | Alexandria Library | Library of Alexandria

Bibliotheca of Alexandria

Library of Alexandria, the most famous library of classical antiquity. It was part of the research institute in Alexandria, Egypt. Therefore, the collection of the Library of Alexandria is universal, containing most of the writings up to that time, especially the Greek texts.

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Alexandria National Museum

Alexandria National Museum

The National Museum of Alexandria was a palace of one of the richest people in Alexandria, the timber merchant Asaad Basili, who built this palace in the Italian style and remained until 1954, then sold it to the American embassy. This palace remained the headquarters of the US Consulate until it was bought by the Supreme Council of Antiquities of the Ministry of Culture in 1996, and then restored and renovated and turned into a museum at the beginning of the third millennium, and the museum was inaugurated in September 2003 by Hosni Mubarak.

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

The Citadel of Qaitbey

The Qaitbay Citadel in Alexandria is considered one of the most beautiful Islamic military strongholds in the Mediterranean basin and was built by Sultan Qaytbay on the ruins of the ancient lighthouse of Alexandria to repel a possible invasion by the Ottoman Turks.

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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 Amphitheater in Alexandria

The Roman amphitheater of Alexandria is one of the monuments of the Roman period, was built in the early fourth century and is the only Roman theater in Egypt. It was discovered by accident while clearing land to search for the tomb of Alexander the Great by the Polish expedition in 1960.

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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

The seaport of Alexandria occupies the leading position in the ports of Egypt with respect to the volume of commercial traffic, as it handles about 60% of Egypt's foreign trade. 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.

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Alexandria Airport/Borg El Arab International Air Port

Alexandria Airport | Borg El Arab International Airport

Borg El Arab International Airport has been Alexandria's main airport since December 2011 following the closure of Alexandria International Airport due to a major redevelopment program.

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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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Monastery of Baramus in Wadi El Natrun

Monastery of Baramus in Wadi El Natrun

In Wadi al-Natrun the Monastery of Al-Baramus is one of the most famous monasteries of Egypt. This historic and coptic location will take you from Cairo Top Tours.

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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

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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