* Arrive at Cairo Airport, meet and assist by our Airport representative with a sign of your name.
* Transfer to your selected hotel in Cairo.
In the morning you can admire the most important pharaonic treasures in the Egyptian Museum with the famous treasures of King Tut. After lunch, the tour includes a visit to Giza which will be the absolute highlight of your trip. You move on the Giza plateau on the edge of the desert between the huge Cheops, Chefren, and Mykerinos pyramids with the Sphinx and let the magic of the place work on you. After The wonderful visit to the pyramids, You will be transferred back to your Hotel
Check Out After Breakfast to start City Tour First Attraction will be the Citadel of Salah Al din Located in the heart of Cairo but high above the city.
The 12th-century citadel of Salaheddin encloses the alabaster mosque of Mohamed Ali. you'll be transferred to Giza Train station to catch the night train to Aswan
*Overnight on the train.
In the afternoon visit the churches of Old Cairo: St.
Sergius Church is the oldest church in Cairo and is dedicated to the martyrs Sergius and Bacchus.
According to the Coptic tradition, it was placed above the crypt where the family stayed. Visit the Jewish synagogue, Ben Ezra.
Continue to Cairo's most famous church, called "the Hanging One" (el Mo'allaka), built above the south gate of the Roman fortress of Babylon.
After Breakfast, we drive to Alexandria Continue to Alexandria, the second-largest city in Egypt with over 7 million People. The name comes from the city's founder, Alexander the Great. From 332 B.C the city developed into an important center of the Hellenistic world as well as of Roman and Byzantine Egypt. Ancient Alexandria was best known for its lighthouse (the Pharos), one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, and for its great library.
So We Will start our tour with the fortress of Quitbay which built with the ruins of the ancient lighthouse at the same location and the modern Library of Alexandria
After breakfast, we visit the catacomb of Kom Al Shokafa.
After a photo stop at Fort Qaitbey, which stands on the site of the old lighthouse of Pharos,
we drive 100 km to El Alamein.
The location on the Mediterranean witnessed two battles in 1942 during World War II - initially German-Italian.
Troops under Erwin Rommel, then victory under Montgomery. Visit the Miltary Museum of Alamein.
We reach the coastal town of Marsa Matrouh and from there drive 320 km south through gravel and stone desert to the old Siwa oasis,
surrounded by a large palm grove; the story can be traced back to approx. 1,500 BC.
trackback. Once the oracle of Siwa was as famous as that of Delphi;
Alexander the Great also used it and was welcomed here as the "son of Zeus".
The myth of the oasis in the far west of Egypt still works today. It keeps travelers under its spell - and never lets go of some.
Siwa is the only Berber language island in the country and consists of several individual oases with over 350,000 date palms and around 75,000 olive trees.
The Berber women are colorfully dressed and the men are considered excellent musicians; This is where colorful Berber carpets come from.
Dinner and overnight in Siwa Oasis
Siwa lies in a depression, up to 80 m below sea level. The contrast between the desert and water is unique. We visit the old, City "Shali", conical mountain. After Heavey Rains caused the Old town to be abandoned in the 80s. We Visit the Oracle Temple The one attracted Alexander the great to visit Siwa Oasis and We visit also the “Spring of Cleopatra, the Temple of Ammon, and the tombs of Jebel Mawta ( Mountain of the Dead).
Dinner and Overnight in Siwa Oasis
After Breakfast, we drive By Jeep 4x4 15 km west to the edge of the sand sea, which stretches far into Libya, to the freshwater Spring of Bir Wahid - a wonder in the desert, with the hot water, enclosed spring like a jacuzzi in the desert. Don't forget your swimwear.
After Breakfast We drive back to Cairo
Overnight in Cairo
*Transfer to Cairo airport for the final departure.