Cairo in three days
In this tour I will do my best to explore Cairo with you in three days.
We visit Memphis the oldest capital of ancient Egypt and the city of Giza Necropolis. I will show some statues of Ramses 2 there then we visit Saqqara and step pyramid, then Giza pyramids area and Sphinx. If you watch films of Giza pyramids or read books about this area it will be different when you visit it. It is fascinating place and is so different from any places in the world and we visit Dahshur to see bent pyramid and red pyramid.
City tour including Museum, citadel, churches, mosques and Bazaar.
Pick you up from your stay in Cairo and starting early our first day tour to visit Giza pyramids area and Sphinx and spend enough time to explore the area. You will discover the area by walking around and you can go inside the great pyramid. We stop in different places at Giza plateu for explanation and taking memorial photos, then going to the valley temple and Sphinx. After Giza we will go to the Egyptian museum.
Second day we visit Memmphis, the oldest capital after unification, then Sakkara to visit step pyramid, then Dahshur to visit more pyramids
Third day city tour we visit Citadel and Mohamed Ali mosque, Coptic Cairo where we visit Hanging church, cave of holly family and Synagogue. Then Bazaar Khan El Khalili.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 3 days
Starting at 8.30 Am
An air conditioned vehicle
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
2000 LE - For tickets of sightseeing, drinks, lunch and shopping if you want.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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We very much enjoyed our time touring with Doaa. In a country where tour guiding is a popular profession, she is exceptionally qualified. She and the driver she provided took excellent care of us while navigating Cairo's congested streets and heat, and getting us through security and the gamut of souvenir sellers that surround Egypt's iconic and much visited sights. Her background commentary was fascinating and gave us a broad overview of five millennia of Egypt's turbulent history.