Enjoy your meal first thing the next morning before traveling to the Pyramids of Giza: Due to its height and excellent craftsmanship, the pyramid was added to the list of the seven wonders of the world. Its sides are each 231 meters tall, and its overall structure weighs 6 million tonnes. Each brick in the pyramid weighs 2.5 tonnes. The pyramids are situated on the western bank of the Nile River, in the Egyptian city of Giza. The Sphinx, a mythical guardian with a lion's body and king Chephren's head that watches over a large burial complex, can also be seen up close at this location.
A complete meal is supplied for each guest at a local restaurant for lunch in between visits; however, drinks are not included.
then we will visit the Egyptian Museum: The Narmer Stela, which commemorates the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt under one king, is one of the museum's priceless artifacts and is included in the museum's unparalleled collections along with the funerary collection of Yuya and Thuya, Psusennes I, and the Treasures of Tanis. Impressive statues of the ancient monarchs Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure, who constructed the pyramids on the Giza plateau, are also on display in the museum. Along with a sizable collection of papyri, this museum's unique collection also includes coffins and ornaments.
transfer back again to have your overnight.