Meeting your guide, who will escort you to the Egyptian museum. You will stop at the Egyptian Antiquities Museum. Opened in 1902, the museum has over 107 halls displaying the world’s largest and richest collection of Egyptian antiquities, including statues, mummies and the priceless treasures of King Tutankhamen. You will have the enough time to explore the museum by yourself when your guide gives you a free time. Afterwards you will visit Salah El Din citadel, a medieval Islamic fortification in Egypt. Facing the Citadel is the Mosque of Sultan Hassan, built between 1356 and 1363 and perhaps the most majestic monument of Arab architecture in Egypt and the Mosque of Al-Rifai was constructed in two phases over the period between 1869 and 1912, when it was finally completed. At the end of the tour you will head to the exotic and colorful Khan El Khalili Bazaar. A shopper’s paradise and a photographer’s dream come true where bargaining is an art and expected when you are negotiating a purchase. Then back to the hotel.
|Tour Timetable||Tour Element & Description||Time in Mins|
|09:15||09:45||Heading to Pyramids area.||30|
|09:45||11:45||Visiting Pyramids area.||120|
|11:45||12:30||Heading to the Citadel.||45|
|12:30||13:30||Visiting the Citadel.||60|
|13:30||13:45||Heading to Islamic mosques.||15|
|13:45||14:15||Visiting Islamic mosques.||30|
|14:15||14:45||Heading to khan El khalili.||30|
|14:45||16:15||Visiting Khan El Khalili.||90|
|16:15||17.00||Back to the hotel.||45|
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63 Nebi Danyal St., Alexandria, Egypt
Every Day | 9.00 – 17.00