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Day Trip to Alexandria from Cairo

Magical Day Trip to Alexandria from Cairo

Explore the magic of Alexandria city sightseeing in a private day trip to Alexandria from Cairo joined by a private tour guide where you will visit the finest attractions of Alexandria “The Bride of the Mediterranean Sea” such as Alexandria LibraryThe CatacombPompey’s PillarCitadel of Quitbay, Morsi Abu Alabass, then we will drive you back to your hotel in Cairo. Don’t hesitate a moment and book us now.

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Availability Everyday
Pickup & Drop Off Your Hotel in Cario
Tour Duration 1 Day
Tour Type Historical Tour

Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Pick Up Services From Your Hotel & Return.
  • All Transfers By A Private Air-Conditioned Vehicle.
  • Private Egyptologist Guide.
  • Lunch Meal At A Sea View Restaurant.
  • Mineral Water On Board Of The Vehicle.
  • Entrance Fees To All The Mentioned Sights.
  • All Service Charges And Taxes.
  • Tipping.
  • Any Extras Not Mentioned In The Itinerary.

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Day Trip to Alexandria from Cairo

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Morning time, we will transfer you from your hotel in Cairo by a private air-conditioned car and Egyptologist tour guide to start your day trip to Alexandria from Cairo by visiting:

Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa

The catacombs of Alexandria are called also the tombs of Kom El Shqafa, they are the largest Roman tombs found in Alexandria, it dates back to the 2nd century AD, the tombs are carved in the rock under the ground and decorated with engravings.

Then, continue your day trip to Alexandria from Cairo through driving to:

Pompey's Pillar

Pompey's Pillar is the highest monument in the world and one of the most famous archeological sites in Alexandria. It is located in the area of "Karamouz", its height is about 27 meters. The column was built in the third century AD to commemorate Emperor Diocletian.

Continue your trip by visiting:

Citadel of Qaitbay

Qaitbay citadel was built on the site of the Lighthouse of Alexandria, it was established in 1477 AD. It was built by Sultan Al-Ashraf Sayf al-Din Qa'it Bay in 1477 A.D. He established the citadel to defend the city of Alexandria from the advances of the Ottoman Empire.

Then stop to have your lunch at a local restaurant and enjoy fresh seafood. Then enjoy a guided tour to visit:

Library of Alexandria

Alexandria library is one of the great literary libraries in the world. The modern Alexandria Library consists of four underground stores and six upper stores.

End your day trip to Alexandria from Cairo by visiting:

Abu Al-Abbas Al-Mursi Mosque

Morsi Abu Alabass mosque is one of the most important Islamic tourist destinations in Alexandria, the history of the mosque dates back to ancient Islamic times. The mosque is characterized by its beautiful and attractive domes.

After that, finish your trip to Alexandria from Cairo by returning back to your hotel in Cairo.

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