On the second day, after a great breakfast, your tour guide will take you to your tour guide so you may see the pinnacles of ancient Egyptian culture and see some of Egypt's most well-known tourist destinations, including:
Giza's Egyptian Pyramids
The Giza pyramid complex, which has been around for more than 4,000 years, represents the pinnacle of ancient Egypt's reputation. The Giza complex includes the Great Sphinx, the Everlasting Valley Temple, six smaller pyramids in addition to the three main pyramids.
The great Pyramid
The sole structure from the era when people could reach the stars and build the seven wonders of the ancient world is the Great Pyramid. The Great Pyramid was built in 2580 BC with the aid of 2,300,000 limestone blocks, each weighing 2.5 tonnes, and a workforce of about 100,000 free skilled labourers over the course of 20 years. After the pyramid's height of 147 metres (481 feet) was surpassed by the Lincoln Cathedral in England in 1311, it held the record for the highest structure in the world for 3800 years. Everyone at the facility is fascinated by the interior's intricate design and enigmatic provenance to this day.
The great Sphinx of Giza
The Great Sphinx is now referred as as Abu al-Hawl, which in contemporary Arabic means "The Father of Terror," replacing its former name of "Hor-Em-Akhet," which translates to "Horus of the Horizon." The sphinx, a legendary animal with a lion's body and a man's head, is thought to represent King Khafre as a representation of his strength and intelligence. The sphinx is 73 metres (240 feet) tall and 19 metres (60 feet) broad, carved from a single, enormous limestone boulder (66 feet).
The Valley of Temple
The Valley Temple was built in the complex where the mummification process took place during the Old Kingdom of Egypt (2686 2134 BC). The valley is a remarkably well-preserved archaeological site and has been the source of essential knowledge on the mummification process and ancient Egyptian burial practises because of the ancient Egyptians' talent in construction.
After a great lunch at a café with a view of the pyramids, your tour guide will lead you on a stunning tour of the following:
After learning more about the rich history of the country, we'll visit the Egyptian Museum before travelling to Cairo's Old City to check out Khan El Khalili, a bazaar brimming with gift shops, cafes, and shisha bars.