We will provide you on this trip with two of the most famous cities in Egypt which are full of ancient civilizations and the most famous places in the world, on this trip, you will visit the Memphis Pyramids and The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, then visit Pompey pillar, Bibliotheca Alexandria, and a lot of places in Alexandria.
Price : 535.00 $
Would you like to have an amazing time in Egypt? Consider our six-day luxury travel package, This package will take you to some of Egypt's most amazing destinations. Your journey will begin after our representative receives you from Cairo International Airport and accommodates you in the Cairo pyramids hotel.
On the days after your arrival, you will be able to visit in Cairo Memphis Pyramid. The Memphis Pyramid is an ancient pyramid located in the city of Memphis, it is an impressive structure. It was originally around 52 meters high and had a base of approximately 78 meters. also, you will visit The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization One of the museum's main attractions is the Royal Mummies Hall, which displays the mummies of several pharaohs and queens from the New Kingdom era, such as Ramses II and Hatshepsut. After that, you will go to Suez Canal in Ismalia.
in Alexandria, you will visit Kom Ash Shoqafa, Pompey pillar, Bibliotheca Alexandria, Citadel of Qaitbay, and Sidi Morsi Abu al-Abbas Mosque. After that, you will stay at Paradise Inn Hotel. After you rest, we will serve a visit to the city of El Alamein, The city is famous for its historical significance as the site of two major World War II battles that took place in 1942 and 1943, known as the Battle of El Alamein. Finally, you will return back to Cairo. In order to rest in the hotel and the day after, we will take you to Cairo International Airport.
Upon arriving at Cairo International Airport, you will be greeted by an English-speaking representative who will assist you in any procedures and transport you to Cairo Pyramids hotel for the night to rest.
We'll meet you in the lobby of your hotel in the morning and take you to your first destination on the second day. The Memphis Pyramid. the Pyramid was originally around 52 meters high and had a base of approximately 78 meters. However, much of the pyramid has been eroded or destroyed over time, and today it stands at around 15 meters high.
Unlike the other major pyramids of Egypt, the Memphis Pyramid was not built using large, precisely-cut blocks of stone. Instead, it was constructed using mud bricks that were then covered in limestone. This is one reason why the pyramid has not survived as well as its counterparts at Giza and elsewhere in Egypt.
After breakfast, our professional tour guide will meet you at your Cairo hotel and take you on a breathtaking tour to (NMEC),
The museum showcases a vast collection of artifacts, including sculptures, paintings, pottery, and jewelry, dating back to prehistoric times up to the present day. One of the museum's main attractions is the Royal Mummies Hall, which displays the mummies of several pharaohs and queens from the New Kingdom era, such as Ramses II and Hatshepsut.
The NMEC also features interactive exhibits, multimedia displays, and educational programs that allow visitors to learn about Egyptian history and culture in a dynamic and engaging way. It is also equipped with modern amenities, including a gift shop, a restaurant, and a conference center.
After that, you will be transferred from Cairo to Suez Canal in the Ismalia government. Ismailia is a city in northeastern Egypt, located on the west bank of the Suez Canal, and has a population of around 360,000 people, The city is also home to the Suez Canal University and a number of cultural and historical landmarks.
You will visit in Ismalia The Suez Canal is an artificial sea-level waterway. It connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea and allows ships to travel between Europe and Asia without having to go around the southern tip of Africa. there you will see the impressive engineering that makes this waterway so important. you can get there a panoramic view of enormous Boats through the Suez Canal then you will have Sea Food Lunch after that, you will be transferred back to Cairo.
After you rest in the hotel from the third day, we will take you to the city of Alexandria, The city that is full of historical places that never end. You will visit in Alex
Kom Ash Shoqafa: This ancient necropolis is a must-see attraction in Alexandria. You can explore the tombs and tunnels of this Roman-era burial site and see its unique blend of Roman, Greek, and Egyptian architectural styles.
Pompey's Pillar: This towering column is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Alexandria. You can climb to the top of the pillar for a panoramic view of the city, and learn about its history and significance from knowledgeable guides.
Bibliotheca Alexandria: This modern library is a tribute to the ancient Library of Alexandria, one of the greatest libraries in history. You can explore its vast collection of books and exhibits, attend cultural events, and enjoy its stunning architecture and design.
Citadel of Qaitbay: This historic fortress was built in the 15th century to protect Alexandria from invaders. You can explore its impressive architecture and learn about its history as a strategic stronghold in the region.
Sidi Morsi Abu al-Abbas Mosque: This beautiful mosque is located in the heart of Alexandria's old city. You can explore its intricate architecture, observe local religious customs and traditions, and learn about the role of Islam in Egyptian culture.
You will take tasty Egyptian Cuisine there such as koshary, and strolling along its beautiful beaches and waterfront promenades. After that, we will take you to Paradise Inn Hotel.
El Alamein is a coastal city located in the Matrouh Governorate of Egypt, about 106 kilometers west of Alexandria. The city is famous for its historical significance as the site of two major World War II battles that took place in 1942 and 1943, known as the Battle of El Alamein.
El Alamein is a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors who come to explore its historical sites and natural beauty. The city is home to several museums, including the El Alamein War Museum (Optional activity), which displays artifacts and memorabilia from the battles, and the German War Cemetery, which is the final resting place of over 4,000 German soldiers who lost their lives during the conflict.
El Alamein also boasts beautiful beaches, including Cleopatra Beach, which is said to have been frequented by the ancient Egyptian queen herself, and Marassi Beach, which is known for its clear waters and stunning sunsets.
Finally, You will be back in Cairo to take a rest in your Hotel there.
After enjoying your tasty breakfast at your hotel, you will be driven to Cairo International Airport to catch your flight to fly back home.
|silver accommodation: Hotel in cairo: Cairo Pyramids. Hotel in Alexandria: Paradise Inn Hotel.|
|Solo||775 $||850 $|
|Double||575 $||650 $|
|Triple||535 $||620 $|