Book a private 3-day trip of Cairo and Alexandria to experience the top attractions there, including the Pyramids of Giza, the Egyptian Museum, the Qaitbay Citadel, the Library of Alexandria, and more. Even after Alexander died, Alexandria remained the world’s most splendid city. Although Alexandria was a melting pot of civilizations, there were significant racial conflicts present. What caused these tensions, and why? After Alexander’s death, who all relocated to the city? According to historical records, the first people to settle in Alexandria were soldiers who had served in Alexander’s battles but had now retired. However, very quickly, Greeks from all across the Greek-speaking globe began to be drawn to this community, first predominantly Macedonians. The city of Alexandria could be a person of Greek descent.
Upon landing at Cairo International Airport, You will be welcomed by our agent and driven to your hotel in Cairo or Giza in a private A/C vehicle. Your full-day excursion will begin with a visit to the Egyptian Museum, the world’s most significant collection of Egyptian artifacts. You can experience the charm of Ancient Egypt History there because it has the largest collection of Pharaonic antiquities. You will be drive to one of the charming restaurant to have lunch. After that, you can explore the Great Sphinx of Giza, which was constructed during the reign of Chephren (2620 BC), as well as the pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mycerinus, which are among the Old Seven Wonders of the World. It will be possible for you to capture some stunning panorama shots of the fabled Pyramids of Giza.
After enjoying your excellent breakfast, you will board a private A/C car with our knowledgeable guide and travel for three hours to Alexandria. You may observe Pompay Pillar, a magnificent memorial built in honor of Emperor Diocletian. Continue to the Sultan Quitbay Citadel, which was constructed on the site of the historic Alexandria lighthouse. You will be drive to one of the charming restaurant to have lunch. After that, you’ll go to the Catacombs of Kom El Shokafa, the largest Roman cemetery in the world. It has three levels cut out of the rock underground and exhibits the fusion of Roman and Egyptian art. After that, you’ll go inside the King Farouk’s Montazah Palace grounds before going outdoors to see the famous Alexandrian library. At Alexandria, you can get some striking and distinctive images. You’ll return to the hotel once the tour is over.
Following breakfast, you will be taken to Cairo International Airport for your final flight.
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