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places you shouldn’t miss in Cairo

The Nile, the Pyramids, the Pharaohs… seems to be a dream. One cannot come to Egypt without seeing Cairo & its wonders “The Mother of the World” is a friendly and sure city. Egyptian hospitality will give you the impression that you are at home. Here...

Old Cairo (Coptic Cairo )

The medieval quarter of Cairo is another important aspect of the city’s history.  It includes a number of Coptic Christian monuments. St. SerguisChurchwhere the Holy Family was staying  in a crypt, During their flight to Egypt The Hanging Churchis built on one of the walls of the...

Wadi Elnatron monasteries

Founded early in the 4th century these are perhaps the oldest monasteries in the world. This tour gives you an excellent opportunity to take an in-depth look at Coptic Christianity and its heritage. Surrounded by a high-fortified wall are several churches, the living quarters of...

Fayom oasis

Fayum, once known as the Land of Wine and Roses, is the nearest oasis to Cairo and is still the most fertile in Egypt. This tour will take you to the Pyramids of Sanusert II and Amenomhe III, the old waterwheels and Lake Qarun. Fayum provides a splendid mix of Pharaonic,...

Dahshour pyramids

About two kilo metres from the Sakkarah necropolis can be found the five pyramids of Dahshur, three built of stone and two of brick and all equally important. The most northerly one, in brick, is that of Sesostris III (Xllth dynasty) which was once faced with sculpted Tura stone....

Memphis

Memphis is the ancient capital of the 1st «dynasty» or province of Lower Egypt, Mennof-Ra, which the Greeks called Memphis and which Herodotus claims was founded by Menes who united the two parts of Egypt. Of Memphis there remains today almost no­thing except a few ruins. The...

Sakkara

it is probably the earliest stone building of importance erected in Egypt. The substructure has an intricate system of underground corridors and rooms, its main feature being a central shaft 25 m deep and 8 m wide, at the bottom of which is the sepulchral chamber built of granite...

Old Cairo (Coptic Cairo )

The medieval quarter of Cairo is another important aspect of the city’s history. It includes a number of Coptic Christian monuments. St. SerguisChurchwhere the Holy Family was staying in a crypt, During their flight to Egypt The Hanging Churchis built on one of the walls of the...

Khan El Khalili Bazaar

was established in the 15th century by Emir Khan El Khalili.One of the most exotic in the world with a myriad of small shops, an unforgettable experience not to be missed. Many of the shops for specific goods are clustered along specific streets where you will find spices,...

Dinner Cruise – Evening tour

Dining on the Nile is a delightful way to spend an evening. Cruising restaurants offer international cuisine.Entertainment will usually include a belly dancer and a whirling dervish. All this takes place whilst gently floating along the Nile where the twinkling lights of Cairo...
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