Full Day Cairo Tours From Hurghada, Cairo, translated as “The Great” or “The Strong”, is the cultural and religious metropolis of the Arab world, the political center of power, and a city of numerous sightseeing places, including the famous Egyptian Museum and the Giza pyramids.
A day trip to Cairo does not only mean visiting different sightseeing places but also a little adventure. The roughly six-hour minivan ride takes you along the beautiful Red Sea and has some spectacular views: the Suez Canal is on the right, while the rocky desert opens up to the left.
You arrive in Cairo early in the morning. The metropolis, also known as the city that never sleeps, is a melting pot of different nations.
During your excursion, go on a discovery tour with your guide and visit the Egyptian Museum, which is located in the famous Tahrir Square, and the Pyramids of Giza.
The program doesn’t include a visit to the Islamic Cairo and the Khan el Khalili bazaar.
As the largest city in Africa, Cairo is a vibrant metropolis with economic power and at the same time place of many slums. Cairo’s opposites are as extreme as they are fascinating.
The city is home to around 25 million people according to unofficial estimates, including many refugees from neighboring countries. A walk through downtown Cairo takes you back to the days of the Arab Spring.
The art scene in Cairo is lively and creative, intellectuals from all over the world seek inspiration and refuge in this juggernaut.
The religious authority of Islam is based here, and students from all over the world come to Egypt to study at this renowned institution.
Cairo is also home to treasures of incredible cultural value. With the Egyptian Museum and the Sphinx of Giza, only the most famous are mentioned. Exhibits from different time periods of Egyptian history are shown in the Egyptian Museum.
These include the Old, Middle, and New Empires. The Pyramids of Giza, which belong to the seven world wonders, as well as the famous Sphinx and the valley temple are all evidence of the impressive history of Egypt.
Despite the anonymity of a big city, Cairo is more friendly and open than any other city in the Arab world – the city will impress you deeply.
Working days every day
Person € 75
Kid 04:10 Years old € 37.5
Infants younger than 4 Years old are free!
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