Just 2 days tour from Hurghada to Cairo by bus is the gate to the heaven where you will face to face with the treasures and legacy of the Pharaonic ancestors. Try to take your breath when you see the amazingly three pyramids of Giza and wonder they had been constructed, admire the legendary Sphinx, and step into Memphis City; the first capital and the center of power in Ancient Egypt. On the second day, you will be in the heart of the captivating capital city of Cairo and your exceptional tour guide will take you to the Egyptian Museum, the greatest monumental exhibition of many thousands of artifacts and ancient ruins, marvel at Coptic and Islamic Cairo sightseeing before you will be back to Hurghada. Book us now!!
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|Pickup & Drop Off||Your Hotel in Hurghada|
|Tour Duration||2 Days / 1 Night|
|Tour Type||Historical Tour|
Transfer to Cairo from Hurghada By Bus + Visit the Pyramids, Saqqara & Memphis
In the early morning, an official representative from "Trips in Egypt" will meet you in front of your hotel in Hurghada then transfer you by a private A/C vehicle to the bus station to catch 1st class bus to Cairo. Once you arrive, one of our best tour guides will be waiting for you at Cairo Bus Station then you will be led to enjoy:
The construction of the pyramids is one of ancient history's most complicated and unrecognizable mysteries. Thus, the Great Pyramids of Giza is considered the most precious piece of human architecture and engineering which constantly stands over 4500 years ago at Giza Plateau. Among all the pyramids built in Ancient history, these large structured pyramids of limestone still remain of the most known man-made pyramids on Earth.
The Great Sphinx is the largest representative of the Giza Plateau and it's the first representative of the pharaoh which was set up during the reign of the 4th dynasty. From the first moments of its construction, it served as the loyal guardian of the cemeteries at Giza Pyramids Complex and it's amazing to know that the word "Sphinx" is a Greek item that means the living image that's why the statue was carved with a lion's body and a human's head.
The Valley temple is a very popular site at Giza Plateau which was used as a burial temple for the rulers of the 4th dynasty as well as for their family members. It's situated to the East of Kharfe's pyramid and it's devoted to King Khafre. The main purpose of the Valley temple is for the process of mummification and purification and it's enough to know that the Valley Temple is one of the best-preserved contents at Giza Plateau.
A wonderful lunch will be served at a deluxe restaurant then proceed to visit
Saqqara step pyramid is the first pyramid built in Ancient and it's also the first known stepping stone pyramid constructed on Earth. It was founded during the ruling period of the 3rd dynasty and it was attributed to King Djoser which consists of six distinctive layers.
Memphis ancient Egypt is the center of power to the Old Kingdom and the home to the Pharaohs which was established in 3200 BC by King Narmer. The word "Memphis" is a Greek word of the Egyptian item "Men-Nefer" and the word "Memphis" itself means "the White Wall" indicated to the palace of the king which made from the whitewashed bricks.
Transfer to 5* hotel to check-in and overnight in Cairo.
Explore Cairo Highlights + Transfer Back to Hurghada By Bus
On the second day, you'll have a fresh breakfast at the hotel then prepare yourself for an exceptional tour to a wide variety of Old Cairo sightseeing with your private Egyptologist and the starting point will be at:
This glorious house of the ancient Egyptian antiquities is centrally situated at the edge of Tahrir Square in the heart of Cairo. While you are in the Egyptian museum, you will find yourself in front of a very large exhibition of two floors that need almost one full day to be covered. The museum's contents reach 250,000 royal artifacts in addition to the massive collection of King Tutankhamen and his possessions.
You will be taken to a local Egyptian restaurant for a tasty lunch then move to visit
The Hanging Church is one of the oldest Christian attractions in Coptic Cairo which it's also named "The Church of the Virgin Mary". It's wonderful to know that the name of the church comes from the site location; it was created atop the walls of the Roman Fortress of Babylon.
Amr Ibn Al-Aas is one of the most impressive figures in Islamic history since he introduced Islam to Egypt in 640 AD. After he settled in Egypt, he constructed a new city in the heart of Cairo called "Fustat" in the north of Babylon Fortress and the mosque of Amr Ibn Al-Aas was a remarkable sight in the city.
Ben Ezra Synagogue is regarded as the most popular Jewish temple in Coptic Cairo which dated back to the 9th century AD. Some myths believed that the synagogue was constructed on the site where the pharaoh's daughter found Moses hidden.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is journey back in time where every traveler will get to make some amazing memories between the incredible monuments and artifacts from Pre-historical times to Ancient Egyptian Periods, to Greco-Roman, to Coptic, Islamic, finally leading and contemporary modern times.
The last stop will be at:
To make your trip memorable, you must step into Khan El Khalili. it's a large market complex that is full of fabric shops, carpet vendors, and perfume markets where you can get many kinds of clothes, spices, oils, and souvenirs.
Sadly, your two days trip to Cairo comes to an end and you be transferred to the bus station by a modern A/C vehicle to board 1st class bus to Hurghada and upon arrival at Hurghada Bus Station, you will be taken back to your hotel.
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My friend & I have just returned from a fab week in Hurghada. We wanted to book a day trip to Luxor at £94, but ended up booking a the overnight trip to Luxor as it was only £10 more! The trip exceeded our expections because of the fascinating temples, the overnight stay on the Nile & our fabulous & very knowledgeable tour guide (Mahmoud A-B).