The Great Pyramids of Giza, Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinos are the first destination. When you arrive at your hotel, our tour guide will be there to pick you up and bring you in a modern, air-conditioned car to the Giza Pyramids. The Sphinx, a big burial complex's well-known protector with a lion's body and king Chephren's head, may also be seen up close. Continue to The Valley Temple, where the monks mummified King Chephren's remains, as accessing any of the pyramids needs additional tickets and is not included in the tour.
Next, we'll take you to a show. The Egyptian Museum, one of the biggest collections of antiquity in the world, is prominently located in Downtown Cairo, just north of Midan Tahrir. Along with the dazzling treasures of Tutankhamun and other prominent pharaohs, the massive, curiously pinkish edifice also stores corpses, burial goods, jewellery, eating utensils, and toys made by Egyptians whose names have since been forgotten. The museum is like a time machine that you can travel through.
Finally, Khan El-Khalili in Old Cairo, which was founded in the 14th century and has traditionally been a significant place for both commercial and cultural activity, will be our next stop. Here is a map that will help you navigate the Khan El-Khalili market and its surroundings.
returning you in the end to your accommodation in Cairo.