2 Days Cairo & Alexandria trip from Luxor will be a voyage across the stars that explores the history behind these immortal capitals. Trips in Egypt team will customize this epic journey to offer a magical vision of these immortal capital cities. Trips in Egypt will ensure that our clients are enjoying the most ideal services which include all the best accommodations and fast transportation in this epic tour.
Our outstanding 2 days Cairo & Alexandria trip from Luxor will be the key to enjoying the majestic attractions in Cairo & Giza such as the great pyramid, the Sphinx, and more in addition to the tiptop attractions in Alexandria which are the Catacombs, Qaitbey citadel, and more, that can be visited with us now in a couple of days while being in Luxor. So seize the opportunity and head to the golden picks of Egypt with a professional guide who will assist you in knowing all about the history of the most well know Egyptian cities. Book this amazing trip and witness the blessed allure of these majestic Capitals.Read More
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|Pickup & Drop Off||Your Hotel / Nile Cruise|
|Tour Duration||2 Days / 1 Night|
|Tour Type||Historical Tour|
Fly from Luxor to Cairo - Visit Giza Pyramids & the Museum
While being in Luxor, you will have the chance to tour the amazing attractions in Giza & Cairo in a well-arranged tour from A to Z. One of our representatives will pick you up either from your hotel in Luxor or from Luxor Airport so that you catch your flight to Cairo in a very smooth way. When you arrive in Cairo, you will meet your tour guide who is going to transfer you in a private modern A.C vehicle first to Giza Plateau where you will visit the following sites:
This must-visit site has been well chosen by the ancient Egyptians to be the site of the tiptop attractions of Egypt and it includes inside sightseeing that narrates hundreds if not thousands of stories of hard-working, years of patience, and the will to accomplish what had never been accomplished before nor will be able to accomplish after. In this Giza pyramids complex, you will find:
The Khufu pyramid has always been considered a defining symbol of Egypt and the last of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World. It has been built in 2570 BC over the twenty-year period during the reign of Pharaoh Khufu (2609 BC - 2584 BC). The number of blocks of stone it includes is more than 2 million which weigh a total of 6 million tons. It was built mainly to be the tomb of the king and there are tens of different theories about the way it was built, your tour guide will assist you to know some of these theories and mysteries while being on spot.
This mythical Sphinx has always been the guard in Giza Complex and it was actually buried for most of its life in the desert sand. It is located about 10 km west of Cairo. Just like the Great Pyramid of Khufu, there are many mysteries that revolve around the Great Sphinx including the purpose & method of its construction, concealed chambers, and relationship to the pyramids, the role of prophecy, and much more.
The ancient Egyptians were known for their mummification processes of their dead a.k.a the mummification process as they really believed in the afterlife and wanted to get everything prepared for that stage in the Valley temple. That is why; they have invented some steps in mummifying their dead and preparing for the afterlife journey. All of these processes have been prepared in the Valley temple so it is going to be a true adventure for those who seek to find mysteries and ancient secrets.
The Grand Egyptian Museum has a blessed gift to showcase the miraculous heritage of the ancient Egyptian civilization which was cultivated over 7000 years to produce some of the most marvelous pieces of art and colossal monuments. The Gem was completed in 2023 and across its various halls are over 100,000 artifacts that each has an incredible tale to tell.
You will head with your tour guide now to a Pyramid view restaurant where you will have your lunch meal, relax, and then proceed to downtown Cairo where you will visit:
The Egyptian Museum is one of the most majestic archaeological powerhouses in the world that contain some of the most beautiful artifacts ever made in the history of History such as the Narmer Palette since 1901 AD.
After finishing your tour, you will be driven to check-in at your 5* hotel in Cairo where you will spend your magical night.
Tour to Alexandria Attractions - Fly Back to Luxor from Cairo
After having your delicious breakfast, you will check out your hotel, and then your private tour guide will take you on a majesty tour towards the heart of Alexandria city which has always been known as "The Bride of the Mediterranean Sea". There, you will visit some of the most recommended tourist sightseeing including:
You will start your day with a tour of the picturesque citadel of Sultan Qaitbey that has been built during the 14th century between 1477 AD to 1479 AD to defend the city of Alexandria against the attacks of the Ottoman Empire. The amazing Qaibay citadel houses a small naval museum and it is going to be a wonderful experience to check the huge structure that once stood on its foundation.
The discovery of this site has been made in an accident in 1900 and the most notable thing regarding this site is that it is considered the largest known Roman burial site in Egypt created between the 2nd century and the 4th century AD. The Catacombs of Alexandria is one of the only remaining members of the seven wonders of the ancient world includes three tiers of tombs & chambers that will let you feel like being like Indiana Hones while discovering the tombs buried beneath the earth hundreds of years ago.
This is the biggest column in Egypt, Pompey's Pillar has been erected between 248& 305 A.D. by the Roman ruler to honor the Roman Emperor Diocletian. That emperor helped his people a lot to overcome a real disaster. There are also other monuments that are located around the column and you will be able to check all of them while being on spot with your tour guide.
As part of our tour itinerary in Alexandria, you will have a lunch meal at a seafood restaurant that offers a stunning sea view. This will provide a memorable dining experience while allowing you to indulge in the city's renowned seafood cuisine. Then, continue your trip by visiting:
For those who love reading and finding out all about ancient life, a tour to Alexandria library will definitely cheer them out, and inside that library, you will find a copy of every single book that has ever been published all over the world in addition to some galleries, museums, and so many interesting sections inside the library that will make you pray not to finish your tour.
Finally, we will transfer you in a private air-conditioned car to Cairo Airport where you will manage to catch your flight back to Luxor, and upon your arrival, our representative will transfer you back to your hotel.
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