Day 1: Arrive Cairo International Airport Meet Our Representative with sign of your name and assist you through passport control formalities, luggage identification, portage, etc., then transfer by A/C Car to your hotel in Cairo Overnight in Cairo.
Day 2: Breakfast at The hotel in Cairo then Meet our Egyptology English-speaking guide To Start Your Full Day Tour to visit Pyramids & Sphinx one of the seven wonders of the ancient World The Ancient Egyptians carved spacious areas in the rock, near the Pyramids. There they placed wooden boats, to be at the disposal of the King when he went on his journey of Day and Night with the sun god, Ra, in the after world then visit Sakkara Pyramid is one section of the great necropolis of Memphis Sakkara is best known for the Step Pyramid Across the Great Court of the Pyramid Complex of Zoser & then visit Memphis the Greek translation.
But the City was originally Ineb-Hedj, meaning "The White Wall". Some sources indicate that other versions of the name may have even translated to our modern name for the country, Egypt. During the Middle Kingdom, it was Ankh-Tawy, or "That Which Binds the Two Lands". In fact, its location lies approximately between Upper and Lower Egypt, and the importance of the area is demonstrated by its persistent tendency to be the Capital of Egypt & Then Drive Back To The Hotel in Cairo & Overnight in Cairo.
Day 3: Breakfast at The hotel in Cairo & then Meet our Egyptology English speaking guide To visit Egyptian Museum contains the largest & finest collection of pharaonic antiquities in the world, where 100.000 piece dating from 4000 years are exhibited including the treasure of king Tutankhamon, Perfumes, Leather, Silver, gold and then Visit Citadel Of Saladin The construction of the Citadel of Saladin was started by King Saladin in 1170 A.D, and completed by his brother, King El-Addel, It is located on a high hill that overlooks the old city of Cairo, Saladin built this fortress to protect the old city of Cairo, and it mainly consists of enclosure walls and watchtowers, as well as many, many gates! As every 120 m there are gates into the Citadel that were built at various times in history.
The architectural plan of the fortress resembles many of the ones that were built in Syria and Palestine at the time of the Crusades. Later on, the Citadel became a major training centre for the Egyptian army, Under Mohamed Ali, there were other monuments added to the Citadel, among them the great alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali, The Mosque is amongst the most interesting Mosques in Egypt. It stands proudly on the highest point inside the courtyard of the Citadel of Saladin, and is also called the Alabaster Mosque. The architect was Yousf Boushnaq, a Turkish man who had come over from Istanbul to build this great Mosque for Mohamed Ali, the ruler of Egypt from 1805 until 1849 & Then Drive Back To The Hotel in Cairo & Overnight in Cairo.
Day 4: Breakfast at The hotel in Cairo & then Transfer By A/C Car to Cairo International Airport For Final Departure.
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