The Egyptian museum, citadel of Salah el Din , Nile boat
Enjoy a fantastic day tour in Cairo after I pick you up from your hotel with the private modern car, You will enjoy a visit to the Egyptian museum the largest house of ancient Egyptian antiques, You will see and explore the famous masterpieces that displayed in the museum like the treasures of King tut including his golden coffins ans funerary mask beside a lot of many other famous artifacts belongs to famouse kings and queens in Ancient Egypt, Mummies room will be optional to get inside.
Proceed to the Citadel of Salah el Din that was built during the old Islamic time to protect Egypt from the crusaders and it was used as the kingdom adminintration center for long time by many kings and sultans you will see at the citadel the alabaster mosque of Mohamed Ali and the Mosque of El Naser Mohamed plus the army museum and the old prison of the citadel
Lunch will be at Nile view restaurant.
Relax and smell the fresh air by the sunset on the nile felucca sailing boat that you will enjoy it alot.
Back to your Hotel
* Hotel Pick up
* Visiting the Egyptian Museum
* Visiting the citadel of Salah el Din
* Lunch at Nile view restaurant
* Nile felluca ride (Nile Boat)
* Free shopping time
* Drop you off at your hotel
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
Private Modern a.c Vehicle
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 USD - You might need to get lunch or a camel ride or any personal expenses
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I had always wanted to visit Egypt. So glad I did. My first piece of advice to anyone who might be interested is GO! You'll not regret it. My second is to use Tarek as your guide! He was a blast! Not only was he incredibly knowledgable about Egyptian history, he was a welcoming ambassador and knew some great places to go. He was so much fun to spend time with and the day felt like traveling with a close friend -- he's so much more than just a great tour guide. When we go back, he'll be our first call.