mix the beach with the culture in a wonderful Day Tour
You don't want to spend a lot of time in a car, and you want to enjoy a complete day with more sights and less hurrying in Egypt's capital? Then simply take the plane and save a lot of time! You will fly to Cairo from Sharm El Sheikh Airport, and during a full day you will visit the Egyptian Museum, the Salah El Din Citadel with the Alabaster Mosque, the Sultan Hassan Mosque and finally Giza with the Pyramids and the Great Sphinx. Then you will have a walk on the famous Khan El Khalili Bazaar where you can grab some bargains and enjoy some time to discover modern Cairo, before in the evening you will travel back to Sharm el Sheikh.
pick up from the entrance door of your hotel in Sharm by a sign with your name bring you to Sharm El Sheikh Airport from where you ll fly to Cairo. At Cairo Airport your guide is waiting for you to visit Giza which served as the tombs of the ancient Pharaohs Cheops, Chephren, Mykerinus. You will have time to enter one of the Pyramids (additional cost). Also you will find yourself standing at the feet of the enigmatic Sphinx. The tour also includes a visit to the Valley Temple. Then we will visit the Egyptian Museum which contains a huge collection of artifacts, jewelry, statues, sarcophagi, mummies and many more items. Discover the treasures of Pharaonic Egypt and plunge into the history of a fascinating civilization. Then we will take you to the Salah El Din Citadel, a great fortress which had been founded by the legendary Saladin). It contains also the Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali which was designed by the architect Yousif Boushnaq, Fly Sharm and driver will bring you back to your Hotel in Sharm
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: you will be picked up from Cairo international airport
End location: you will be dropped off at Cairo international airport
Duration: 14 hours
A/C modern brand coach and licensed professional Driver
Vehicles are new branded air-conditioned with a professional drivers, but they do not speak English and they cannot act as tour guides for the Egyptian monumental sights.