After breakfast at your Cairo hotel, you'll meet your private guide who will bring you to the Giza Plateau to see one of the ancient world's seven wonders. Three smaller pyramids, as well as Khufu's (Cheops) Great Pyramid, Continue your exploration of the Giza plateau to see the remnants of the funerary temple, Khafre's (kaphren) pyramid, the second-largest pyramid on the Giza site, the pyramid of Mankawra (Mykerinus), and three smaller pyramids. The tour also includes a stop at the Valley Temple, which is a part of the Chephren pyramids, before continuing to the Great Sphinx, a pharaoh's head on a lion's body that dates to that era. There were undoubtedly two purposes for this temple:
Prior to burial, the king's mummy was first purified using this method. Second, it was employed in the king's mummification procedure. You will traverse the plateau after viewing the pyramids so you may take pictures of the three pyramids emerging from the sand with the Cairo cityscape in the backdrop.
then you will go there The Egyptian Museum, also known as the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, is located in Cairo, Egypt. It is home to a sizable collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts that date back about 5000 years and is regarded as the greatest and most priceless collection of Egyptian artifacts in the whole world. The Egyptian Museum, which has thousands of Pharaonic items, including the golden riches of King Tutankhamen, presents about 250,000 real objects, with a representative proportion on display and the balance in storerooms. The Egyptian Museum is one of the first stops on most people's itineraries when traveling to Egypt because it has fascinating items from ancient Egypt on display, including jewelry, headdresses, alabaster vases, toys, and many priceless statues and other artifacts that were kept in his tomb for over 3,500 years before they were discovered in the 1922s during the excavation of his tomb. Proceed to a nearby restaurant for lunch before returning to your hotel.