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Take a leisurely private tour of Cairo's most famous sites: the Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, Egyptian...
6 - 8 hours
Already seen the Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx? Immerse yourself further into Egypt's histo...
The second most frequently visited and certainly one of the most important attractions in Cairo...
Learn the fascinating history of Egypt with a visit to the Egyptian Museum, the secrets of the Giza ...
Explore Ancient Egypt on a full-day tour of the Egyptian Museum, the world-renowned Pyramids of Giza...
Travel back to the days of Ancient Egypt on a full-day tour of the Giza Pyramids and Egyptian Museum...
On this private tour several activities are involved and different periods of ancient history of Eg...
Explore the history of Egypt on ths 1-day tour of the Pyramids of Giza. Visit the Valley Temple of t...
Stand at the foot of the Great Pyramids of Egypt! Marvel at the Sphinx statue, explore the Valley Te...
See artifacts of ancient Egypt and explore Cairo's religious history on this full-day tour. Enjoy a ...
Visit the treasures of ancient Egypt, including the death mask and gilded coffins of King Tutankhamu...
Experience Egypt’s rich history and culture on a private full-day tour with an Egyptologist as your ...
Enjoy this full-day tour of Cairo and explore its history by visiting the amazing pyramids of G...
Enjoy a full day exploring Cairo on this sighting tour. You will visit the Egyptian Museum, whe...
During your layover in Cairo, explore the Pyramids of Giza, the Egyptian Museum and Cairo's old...
Make the most of Cairo's celebrated Egyptian Museum with this half-day tour with a qualified Egypto...
Discover the two famous attractions in Cairo. You will start your tour by visiting the Giza pyr...
Housed in a Neoclassical building by Marcel Dourgnon from 1900, the Egyptian Museum (also known as Museum of Egyptian Antiquities) in Cairo is home to the largest collection of pharaonic antiquities in the world.
Housed in a Neoclassical building by Marcel Dourgnon from 1900, the Egyptian Museum (also known as Museum of Egyptian Antiquities) in Cairo is home to the largest collection of pharaonic antiquities in the world. Built around the original 19th century collection of Auguste Mariette in Boulaq, the collection today comprises over 160,000 artifacts spanning 5000 years of Egyptian history.
The chronologically arranged collection is spread over a whopping 107 rooms on 2 floors. The ground floor displays the collection of papyrus and coins from the Ancient world, with inscriptions in Greek, Latin, Arabic, and ancient Egyptian. The upper level displays artifacts from the 18th to 20th dynasties from the New Kingdom era (1550 - 1069 BC), including finds from the Valley of Kings.
The hall of the royal mummies has the tombs of 11 kings and queens found in the Deir el Bahari cache and tomb of Amenhotep II, including Ramses I, Seti I, Ramses the Great, Merenpath, Maat-Ka-Re, Ramses III, Ahmose I, Tuthmosis III, Amenhotep III, and Hatshepsut. The Tutankhamun room showcases 1700 of the 3500 treasures found in his tomb, which are remnants left after previous plundering. Also of note are artifacts from the Amarna period made for Akhenaton, tombs of Thuyu and Yuya, statues and busts of pharaohs, objects from the Third Intermediate Period tombs at Tanis, and the Fayum Portraits.
Tahrir Square, Meret Basha, Qasr an Nile, Cairo Governorate 11516, Egypt
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The Oum El Dounia or 'Mother of the World' is a charming gallery that showcases local crafts including glassware, ceramics, jewellery, and trinkets that you can pick up as souvenirs
Old Cairo is a historic neighborhood along the banks of the Nile in south Cairo that encompasses the remnants of cities which were capitals before Al-Qahira, such as Fustat, Al-Askar and Al-Qatta'i
The Cairo Tower is the tallest structure in North Africa, rising to a height of 187 metres over 90 floors
Beit El-Umma or House of the People is an elegant mansion that was built as the residence of Egyptian Prime Minister Saad Zaghloul at the turn of the 20thcentury
The Manial Palace and Museum is an Ottoman era museum built by Prince Mohammed Ali Tewfik in 1899 - 1929
Bab Zuweila is one of the 3 remaining city gates in the medieval walls of Al-Qahira (Old City of Cairo), controlling traffic to the south of the city
Running from Bab al-Fatah in the north to Al Azhar and further down to Bab Zuweila in the south, the Muizz Street is a 1 kilometre pedestrian stretch that has the greatest concentration of medieval architectural treasures in the Islamic world
One of the oldest open air markets in the Middle East, the Khan el-Khalili traces its origins back to the 14th century