2 days guided Egypt short break tour to the most prominent places Alexandria has to offer. Visit the city’s landmarks, such as the Catacombs, the Roman amphitheater, and the Pompey pillar, to learn about the Greek and Roman histories of the area. While visiting King Farouk’s palace in Muntazah Park, be enthralled by the location of the modern library and its unique style, and learn about the history of the Royal family in Egypt. Enjoy the Mediterranean Sea’s environment while taking in the city’s European-influenced architecture. Observing the inhabitants and learning about their culture and customs while sipping coffee at one of the shops that face out over the sea is a truly pleasurable and exceptional experience. While on tour you will also have service of qualified drivers and guides, transportation, admission costs, and meet & greet.
Travel from Cairo to Alexandria early in the morning. You will go to the Montazah Summer Palace and the Kom el-Dikka Roman Theater. Choose to go to a seafood restaurant in the city in the evening. Visit Alexandria with a knowledgeable tour guide. It stands out from other Egyptian cities due to its extensive history, distinctive Mediterranean setting, and decidedly European atmosphere. Visit the Kom el-Dikka site to see the sole remaining Roman theater of its kind in Egypt and the tranquil gardens of the Month Summer Palace. You might choose to stroll along the beachfront corniche or pause to sip coffee at one of the many cafés with European design. Choose to go to the bar at the renowned Cecil Hotel in the evening to enjoy a drink as the sun sets.
Spend the entire day visiting and discovering this stunning city. Explore Qaitbay fort and citadel while learning about Pompey’s Pillar’s history and the people interred in the catacombs below. In the late afternoon, return to Cairo, where the tour comes to a conclusion. Set out to explore Qaitbay’s fort and citadel with your guide. On the site of the Alexandria Lighthouse, the citadel was erected. Visit Pompey’s Pillar and Kom ash-Shuqqafa’s catacombs, which were constructed for a single prosperous family. You will also go to the brand-new Alexandria Library. The Alexandria Library is closed on Fridays and Saturdays. Nevertheless, you can choose to terminate your trip at the airport for onward travel or at a hotel in the city (overnight not included).
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