Upon arrival Cairo airport, our staff will assist with the immigration formalities, then you will have breakfast in a local restaurant.
Start the guided tour to visit the Giza Pyramids There are more than 93 Pyramids in Egypt; but the three main Pyramids are in Giza Plateau , which were built in the 4th Dynasty (circa 2650 B.C). The Pyramids of Ancient Egypt were built as tombs for Kings (and Queens), and it was the exclusive privilege to have a Pyramid tomb.
The most famous ones are those at Giza, The Great Sphinx, or as the ancients knew it, “Shesib Ankh” or “the living image”, has to be one of the most recognisable constructions in history.
Stop by a Papyrus institute where can find out how the ancient Egyptians used the papyrus for writing and can buy some souvenirs for your friends.
After lunch, will continue our tour to the Egyptian Museum The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities (built in 1902) is home to an extensive collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities. It has 120,000 items, with a representative amount on display; the museum contains many important pieces of ancient Egyptian history. It houses the world’s largest collection of Pharaonic antiquities, and many treasures of King Tutankhamen.
Overnight at hotel
After breakfast, will start our tour visiting the Citadel of Saladin & Mohamed Ali Mosque The Citadel is a medieval Islamic fortification. The location, on Mokattam hill near the center of Cairo, was once famous for its fresh breeze and grand views of the city.
It is now a preserved historic site, with mosques and museums. The Citadel contains the Mosque of Muhammad Ali which was built between 1828 and 1848, perched on the summit of the citadel.
Proceed to Amr bin Al-Aas mosque the first mosque in Egypt and Africa was built by Amr bin Al-Aas in the reign of Omar bin Al-khattab Stop for having tea at a Perfume factory where scents made from lotus flower, papyrus or jasmine oil. These fine perfumes need equally fine glass bottles to enjoy the oriental scents witch you can find Only in Egypt
After lunch visit Imam Safei mosque and Al Azhar Mosque . There are hundreds of old mosques to visit in Cairo; there is none that can compete with Al-Azhar Mosque in standing and importance to the history of Islam.
Founded by the Fatimid in 970 AD as a mosque dedicated to both worship and learning, it developed over the centuries into the most important center of Islamic theology and learning in the world.
Continue to Hussein Mosque which near the Khan El-Khalili bazaar. It is named for the grandson of Muhammad ﷺ, Husain bin Ali. The mosque, considered to be one of the holiest Islamic sites in Cairo, was built on the cemetery of the Fatimid caliphs.
The tour will end by free time for shopping at Khan Khalili Bazar, the largest Bazaar in Middle East. Then you will be transferred to your hotel, dinner and overnight
After breakfast, you will be transferred to Cairo airport for final departur