Have breakfast at your hotel in Cairo. To start your Cairo day tours, your Egyptologist guide will pick you up from the hotel lobby.
The Great Pyramid of Cheops, the Pyramid of King Chephren, the third monarch of the 4th dynasty, and the Pyramid of King Mycerinus are all on the Giza Plateau, where you will be taken.
We'll also transport you to The Great Sphinx, which stands in for the necropolis's watchdog. The Valley of Temples of King Chephren will be our final destination in Giza; it was constructed from Aswan granite for the mummification of the king, and its colonnade is made up of 16 pillars that resemble the English alphabet's T.
We'll take you to the Valley Temple of King Chephren and the Sphinx. The Valley Temple of King Chephren, which was constructed from Aswan granite for the king's mummification, will be our final visit. The colonnade of the temple has 16 pillars that are each shaped like the letter T in the English alphabet.
Visit The Egyptian Museum to continue your Cairo explorations. It is home to a sizeable collection of ancient Egyptian statues and antiquities, and the sole undamaged royal treasure is that of the golden king Tutankhamun, whose tomb in the Valley of the Kings was discovered in 1922.
After that, you can take a Coptic Cairo Tour to see the old Roman fortification of Babylon and the so-called Hanging Church, which is perched above the fortress's towers. Following that, you will tour Ben Ezra Synagogue, which is thought to be the location where the basket containing baby Moses was discovered, the church of Abu Serga erected over the cavern where the holy family is claimed to have spent roughly three months and the well from which they were drinking.
You will eat lunch at a fine Nile-view restaurant before continuing your visit to Islamic Cairo and spending some time at Khan El Khalili, the country's first bazaar.