City Breaks in Cairo 3 Days

Price Starting From : $180

 City Breaks in Cairo 3 Days 

Do you think this is the right time to know more about our amazing country? discover the famous landmarks in Cairo during this City Breaks in Cairo 3 Days, visit the Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx, the Citadel of Saladin, and the Christian churches in Old Cairo during our amazing Cairo Short Breaks packages in Cairo for 3 days and 2 nights. it is enough time to cover almost all the important places in Cairo through the 3-Day Cairo Short Break including transfers, hotels, and cuisine.

 3-Day Cairo Short Break

You will enjoy the pleasant tour of the Giza Pyramids, along with the Coptic and Islamic Cairo trips, with a chance to visit the necropolis of Saqqara as an optional Egypt tours on your last day.

You can have more tours with more days with Egypt travel packages. The Great Pyramid, the Pyramid of Khafre, the Pyramid of Menkaure, as well as the Sphinx, are all located within the complex.

If you visit The Mahmoud Khalil Museum in Cairo, you can discover many things about how we used to live and what life was like in Egypt a long time ago.

  • Transportation and assistance of our representatives during the City Breaks in Cairo 3 Days at Cairo International Airport.
  • All transports to the mentioned sites and from/ to the airport are done by a private nonsmoking vehicle.
  •  Accommodation at Cairo Pyramids Hotel in Cairo for 2 nights including bed and breakfast.
  • All your Egypt tours are strictly private.
  •  English- speaking Egyptologist guide will be with you during your Cairo Short Break.
  • Tickets and entrance fees to all the sites in Cairo as mentioned in our 3-Day Cairo Short Break itinerary.
  • Meals will be served as explained in the itinerary.
  • Stops for snacks upon request.
  • Mineral bottle of water daily during your Egypt Day Tours and airport transfer.
  • Shopping Tours in Cairo. (if you are interested)
  • All service charges and taxes are included.
  • Egypt entry visa, at Cairo International Airport.
  • Tipping is not included in the price of our Cairo City Break.
  • Beverage during meals.
  • Any optional Cairo Day Tours not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Tour price is valid during peak seasons like Egypt Christmas tours, New Year, or during Egypt Easter tours.

Cairo top tours tour leader will be waiting for you upon arrival at Cairo International Airport with a signboard holding your name, you will be transferred by a private new vehicle to the hotel in Giza or Cairo for check-in and overnight, in case you would like to book any trips in Cairo, you can ask your tour consultant and he will recommend some interesting things to do in Cairo during your 1st day of your 3-Day Cairo Short Break. You can attend the fabulous sound and light show in Giza pyramids or have a charming Nile dinner cruise in Cairo for 2 hours with an oriental show and open-buffet Egyptian cuisine dinner.

Welcome Drink.

You will have your delightful breakfast at the hotel and meet your Egyptologist to start your Cairo day tours, first, you will enjoy an amazing tour to Giza Pyramids to see the oldest monuments in the world, the Giza Necropolis is considered one of the most sacred places during the time of ancient Egypt history, you will see the great pyramid of King Cheops who is called Khufu in the ancient Hieroglyphs. Your tour guide will take you on a trip back in time to discuss everything about the ancient Egyptian religion and how it affected ancient Egyptians that almost all the incredible monuments built were for the sake of the gods of ancient Egypt.

Move by your private vehicle to the high plateau to see the two pyramids of Chephren and Mycerinus, you can also enjoy an optional camel riding tour in Giza to experience the feeling of the Sahara and its beauty.

Enter the Valley Temple of Chephren, the successor of King Cheops whose pyramid complex is the only complete among all the pyramids in Egypt, the Great Sphinx also within the complex was carved for the same king in a mythological figure of a man-headed lion, that signification ancient Egyptians used to symbolize that the king has both the authority and wisdom.

Continue the Coptic and Islamic Cairo tours by visiting the Citadel of Saladin, the Medieval fortification of Cairo built by the famous Sultan Saladin in the 12th century, get astonished by the huge towers, and visit one of the most beautiful mosques inside the citadel, the alabaster mosque of Mohamed Ali Basha who was brought by the Ottoman Caliphate to get rid of the French expedition in Egypt by Napoleon Bonaparte.

Now its time for the informative Coptic Cairo tour, you will go to the famous location of Old Cairo to visit the Hanging Church that was constructed upon 2 towers of the Roman Fortress of Babylon, the church is a Coptic Orthodox church consisting of the main nave and two side aisles with the original pulpit in the middle. Continue exploring the area to visit the Synagogue of Ben Ezra which is considered of the most ancient Jewish temples in Egypt, and the Church of St. Sergius, known also as the cavern church that holds inside it the crypt where the baby Jesus Christ used to sit y his virgin mother Mary during their stay for 3 months in the area, as they were escaping from King Herod towards Egypt and stopped by many spots within the country in the early times of Christianity in Egypt.

You will be transferred back to your hotel in Cairo overnight.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.

Enjoy your daily buffet breakfast and check out of the hotel to be transferred to Cairo airport or any other drop-off location. If we have sufficient time, you can book an amazing tour to Saqqara Necropolis to see the Step Pyramid of Djoser and the Tombs of the Nobles, and the ancient city of Memphis where you will see a lot of statues of King Ramses II of the new kingdom and the incredible alabaster sphinx of Memphis.

The end of your City Breaks in Cairo 3 Days

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Silver accommodation: Hotel in Cairo: Cairo Pyramids Hotel or similar. B.B
# tour.may-sep tour.oct-april
tour.solo $365.00 $395.00
tour.double $215.00 $240.00
tour.triple $180.00 $210.00

Golden Accommodation: Hotel in Cairo: Steigenberger Pyramids Hotel or similar. B.B
# tour.may-sep tour.oct-april
tour.solo $460.00 $490.00
tour.double $275.00 $299.00
tour.triple $236.00 $265.00

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