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Hurghada: City Tour & Egyptian Papyrus & Handicrafts Museums

1. Hurghada: City Tour & Egyptian Papyrus & Handicrafts Museums

Explore Hurghada's lively district on this 5-hour tour. Discover the Mosque and experience the traditional Egyptian flair. Stroll through souks in the old town, explore local shops, and admire the fish market. Since the time of the pharaohs, Egyptians loved and respected the art of crafting, creating beautiful and important pieces for the living as well as the dead. Their skills were passed down through the generations, from master to master. Throughout Egypt's history, through Graeco-Roman, Coptic, and Islamic Egypt, the art of crafting kept evolving. Old skills were preserved, and new ones were added to them, resulting in the wide array of crafts available nowadays all over Egypt. These crafts became a major source of income for many Egyptian families As these ever valuable handcrafts are under threat of extinction, this project aims to secure them as a cultural wealth and also as a main source of income for some families. A visit to Pharaonic Papyrus Museum is also included.

From Cairo: Mount Sinai & St. Catherine's Monastery Day Trip

2. From Cairo: Mount Sinai & St. Catherine's Monastery Day Trip

Begin your morning with a pickup from your hotel in Cairo and relax as you drive towards Moun Sinai. Upon arrival, climb 750 steps and reach 2,285-meters to see where the prophet Moses received the 10 commandments. The walk up can take approximately 2-3 hours depending on the participant. Arrive at the summit and marvel at the stunning views as the sun's light scatters across the mountains. After spending time at the summit, prepare for your approximately 2-hour descent down the mountain.   Take a break from hiking and visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of St. Catherine’s Monastery. Browse through the old manuscripts displayed in the library and see icons excavated from the Vatican. Learn about the monastery's extensive history reaching back to the 6th-century and its relationship to the burning tree from Moses's story. See the tree itself in the Church of the Transfiguration.  After touring the grounds of the monastery, stop for lunch before heading back to Cairo.

From Cairo: Private Tour to Alexandria with Dinner on Cruise

3. From Cairo: Private Tour to Alexandria with Dinner on Cruise

Enjoy a full day to visit one of the most famous historical Egyptian cities, which is Alexandria. You will be transferred in the morning by a modern, air-conditioned car from your hotel to Alexandria, and upon your arrival Explore Kom El-Deka that was a well-off residential area in Graeco-Roman times, with villas, bathhouses, and a theatre Continue to The catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, It’s a historical archaeological site located in Alexandria, Egypt, and is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Middle Ages Next, Have a delicious lunch from a High-Class local restaurant Then visit the Great Library of Alexandria which was one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world. The final stop will be the Citadel of Qaitbay, Enjoy visiting the citadel which was a 15th-century defensive fortress located on the Mediterranean sea coast, in Alexandria. your professional Egyptologist guide will explain in detail. After finishing, you will be transferred again to Cairo to have an amazing dinner on a Cruise ship with sailing along the Nile, entertaining belly dancing and the traditional music. Finally, you will be dropped off at your hotel

Old Cairo Half Day Tour And Nile Dinner Cruise

4. Old Cairo Half Day Tour And Nile Dinner Cruise

Your guide will pick you up from your hotel in Cairo or Giza to visit both Coptic and Islamic parts of old Cairo. First, you will go to the Sultan Hassan Mosque, which is one of the largest and most important medieval mosques in the world. Next, you will explore Coptic Cairo, visiting the Babylon fortress and the St. Sergios Church dating back to the 4th century, where the holy family took refuge. Saving the best for last, your tour will end with a 3-hour Nile cruise with dinner. An evening cruise on one of the Nile boats is a wonderful opportunity to spend and look at Cairo's skyline at night. During the evening, you will find both local and international cuisine options at an open buffet. In addition, you will watch a belly dance show, listen to Arabic songs and music, along with a Tanoura show while indulging in your delicious meal. Spend an evening in the open air, enjoy the good food, the unique entertainment and the magnificent views of the banks of the Nile.

Cairo: Private Tour Egyptian Museum Coptic & Islamic Cairo

5. Cairo: Private Tour Egyptian Museum Coptic & Islamic Cairo

Meet the tour guide at your accommodation inside Cairo or Giza for pick-up. Start the trip to the Egyptian Museum. The Museum has more than 100,000 piece of monument of the three ancient Egyptians kingdoms, follow the explanation given in front of the masterpieces. Watch king Tut treasures at the second floor. Walk around and take your best photos. Visit Coptic Cairo churches, the Hanging church built at the 4th century above an ancient Roman fort tower. The Crypt of the holy family known by Abu Serga church and saint Barbara Church. All are of the 4th and 5th centuries Visit Ibn Tulun Mosque, built by Ahmed Ibn Tulun the ruler of the Tulunid Muslim dynasty at the 8th century AD. The mosque is the only one in Egypt still keeps its original dimensions and has a unique Minaret style not found inside any other Mosque in Egypt. Discover all stories, walk around and take the best photos. By the end of the day tour, we drive back to your hotel for drop-off.

From Cairo: Alexandria and El-Alamein Tour with Overnight

6. From Cairo: Alexandria and El-Alamein Tour with Overnight

• Day one: Alexandria tour Following hotel pickup, transfer to Alexandria. Begin the tour with a visit inside the Catacombs of Kom El Shokafa; consisting of three levels cut into rock, it is the largest Roman cemetery in the world. Next, drive to the Roman Amphitheater of Alexandria, complete with a display of the sunken monuments of Alexandria which were discovered under the East Harbor of Alexandria. Stop at Pompay’s Pillar for a photo break.  The next stop is at the library of Alexandria, the largest in the world and home to eight million books. Visit its open courtyard, where you can see the statue of Alexander the Great. Check out the library’s manuscript museum, President Saddat Museum, and impressionist works in Alexandria Museum. Continue then to the Church of St. Mark, the oldest church in Africa. During the drive, you will pass the old downtown and its fascinating fusion of architecture.  Visit El Nabi Daniel Mosque, believed by many to be related to Alexander the Great’s Tomb and to contain the remains of the scholar and venerated teacher, Prophet Daniel. Proceed to the prettiest and largest mosque in the city, Abbo Elabbas Mosque, and discover the strange sight outside of it, an antique carnival. Opposite is the corniche and the old harbor where you can see fishing boats and traditional fishermen making nets.  Pass by the Quaitbay Castle, built on the same site as the ancient Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Head to Mamoura Beach Resort, located east of Montaza's royal gardens. Walk along the corniche of Maamourah. All of these will make for excellent photo opportunities, so don't forget your camera. Finally, cross over the modern Bridge of Stanley Settle in for an overnight in Alexandria.  • Day two: El-Alamein Tour - Return to Cairo Wake for breakfast and then head to El-Alamein. Learn about Rommel, the Desert Fox, and other figures of WWII who fought in Egypt. Drive for one hour to Alamein to visit the War Museum, which includes the old weapons, tanks, aircrafts, and bikes used in the war. From there, continue to the west of El-Alamein to a beautiful town overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and visit the World War Cemeteries, where you can take a look at the final resting place for common wealth, Greek, Italian, and German soldiers. Explore the cemetery of common wealth and then return to Cairo for drop-off.

From Cairo‎: Overnight Trip to Saint Catherine Monastery

7. From Cairo‎: Overnight Trip to Saint Catherine Monastery

On the first day, meet your guide in your hotel lobby and then head to Saint Catherine. On the way, travel under the Suez Canal, a world-famous canal which runs between Africa and Asia. Pass by the Oyun Musa, or Moses Spring, where the prophet found sweet water during the exodus from Egypt. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant, and your own expense, and finally arrive at the Saint Catherine area. Check-in at the St. Catherine Plaza Hotel and rest for the evening, with dinner included. At 2:00 AM the following night, you will have an early start to begin your climb to Mount Sinai. Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before you start your climb on the mountain where Moses received the Ten Commandments, accompanied by a local Bedouin guide. Once you descend, meet your guide who will give you a guided tour of Saint Catherine's Monastery. See the burning bush from Biblical lore. Afterwards, be transferred back to your hotel in Cairo.

From Cairo: 2-Day Tour to Alexandria and El Alamein

8. From Cairo: 2-Day Tour to Alexandria and El Alamein

Day 1 After getting picked up from your hotel in Cairo, travel in the comfort of a private air-conditioned vehicle towards Alexandria. At your first stop, admire the famous library of Alexandria, one of the largest and most impressive examples of ancient times. Next, visit the site of Pharos lighthouse of Alexandria, which was once an Ancient Wonder of the world, before breaking for lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, visit the Montazah Palace Gardens, where you can marvel at the presidential palaces of Salamlek, Al-Haramlik, and their adjacent beaches. Later, stop for some photos at Alexandria’s most charming mosque and at the memorial statue of Alexander the Great. Next, pay a visit to the oldest church in Africa; the Church of St Mark. Finish your tour in Downtown Alexandria, passing through the old harbor along the way. At the end of the day, get dropped off at a 4* hotel where you will spend the night. Day 2 After breakfast, meet your tour guide and begin your journey towards the town of El-Alamein. First, head to the El Alamein War Museum to learn all about the tragic Western Desert campaigns. Here, you can admire military paraphernalia such as weapons and soldiers' uniforms. You will also visit the Commonwealth and German Cemetery before getting transferred back to your hotel in Cairo.

Cairo: Private Guided Day Tour of Ancient Egyptian Churches

9. Cairo: Private Guided Day Tour of Ancient Egyptian Churches

After pickup from your hotel in Cairo, begin your guided tour of Ancient Egyptian churches in the important archaeological area of Coptic Cairo. Visit The Hanging Church first, perhaps the most famous and oldest surviving church in Old Cairo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Next, head to the Saints Sergius and Bacchus Church, also known as Abu Serga, which is believed to have been built above the site where the Holy Family of Joseph, Mary, and the infant Jesus Christ resided after their trip to Egypt. Move on to the Church of St. George, one of the oldest Christian and Egyptian churches dating back to the first Christian era. Then, take a short break for lunch in a local restaurant before resuming your church visits at the Church of the Holy Virgin Mary. Continue to the Church of Saint Barbara, well-known for its precious items, before exploring the Church of St. Mercurius in the Abu Sayfayn Cloister. Lastly, visit the St. Tadros Church inside the Monastery of Prince Tadros. Discover a blessed water well believed to cure diseases, and admire the church’s 250 archaeological icons, more than any of the other churches. At the end of your tour, your guide will take you back to your hotel.

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One of the best places you could ever visit honestly. No issues what so ever everything went smooth. I recommend this company

Wonderful experience. Our guide was perfect. As well the museum is very unique. Thank you very much

amazing day with our guide thanks for this great day we are recommended paradise travel

My second time there. A wonderful place & very nice products. Real handmade

Best day ever, friendly guide, amazing follow up, thanks Mark