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Great Pyramids & Sphinx
We drive to the Giza Plateau, where the only remaining Wonder of the Ancient World, the Pyramids of Giza still stand. Visit the Pyramids and enjoy panoramic views from the Western Plateau, then continue down the valley where the guardian of this Mortuary complex, the mighty Sphinx lies.
Citadel & Mohamed Ali Mosque
This visit includes the Citadel of the great leader Salah Eldin Al Ayoubi. Explore the ancient Citadel of Salah El Din with its magnificent medieval architecture and the Mohamed Ali mosque.
The Egyptian Museum
The visit will Start at Tahrir Square, in the heart of down town Cairo, where the Egyptian Museum, which holds the greatest collection of Egyptian antiquities in Cairo.
Cairo Coptic Churches & Islamic Mosques
This visit takes you to Old Cairo to view its ancient Islamic, Coptic and Jewish heritage. Stops include the Ben Ezra Synagogue, the hanging church and Abu Serga, the 4th century church believed to be Cairo’s oldest church and the spot where the Holy Family, rested at the end of their journey into Egypt.
El Moez Le Din Allah street
El Moez Street in Islamic Cairo, Egypt is one of the oldest streets in Cairo, approximately one kilometer long. The street (shariʻa in Arabic) is named for Al-Muʿizz li-Deen Illah, the fourth caliph of the Fatimid dynasty. It stretches from Bab Al-Futuh in the north to Bab Zuweila in the south. The area around Muizz Street as well as the main street itself contain many historical buildings ranging from the era of Amr Ibn El As to the Tulunid Period, the Fatimitd, Ayyubid, Mamluk, Ottoman over to the Mohamed Ali.
★★★★★ Nile cruise – Nile Maxim
Embark on a Nile River Steamer for an open buffet or set menu dinner accompanied by the band, folkloric and belly-dancing show. This is one form of entertainment that should not be missed on a visit to Egypt. The band is great and plays traditional music from the Middle East. The final act of the night was rendered by this young man who showed how a whirling dervish performance. This one should not be missed by all means
Sound & light show at Giza
The Sound and Light Show at the Great The one-hour show begins with the illumination of the Sphinx, who narrates the history of the pyramids and their builders.
Using laser beams and light projections on the walls of the Mummification Temple, desert sands, pyramid walls and the Sphinx itself, a condensed story of Egypt unfolds. The accompanying soundtrack complements the surroundings and the voice of the Sphinx is suitably dramatic and mysterious!After the show your driver/guide will meet you at the gates of the complex to escort you back to your hotel.
Cairo at night
Whether conventional or chic, there are a wide variety of places to have a drink in Cairo by night. Nearly every street in the city also supplies access to a traditional coffee house, which has served as a common male social gathering that dates back hundreds of years.