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Welcome to the ultimate destination for unforgettable Alexandria Day Tours! Our carefully curated experiences are designed to immerse you in this enchanting Egyptian city’s rich history, culture, and beauty. Explore ancient wonders like the iconic Qaitbay Citadel, a testament to Alexandria’s maritime heritage, or wander through the stunning Montaza Palace Gardens, where lush greenery meets stunning Mediterranean views. Our expert guides will transport you back in time as you stroll through the Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, a marvel of ancient engineering and artistry. Don’t miss the chance to savor local cuisine at a traditional Egyptian restaurant, indulging in flavors that will delight your taste buds. Our Alexandria Day Tours are tailored to cater to your preferences, whether you’re a history buff, a foodie, or simply seeking a day of relaxation by the sea. With our extensive knowledge of Alexandria’s hidden gems and top attractions, we ensure an unforgettable experience. Book your Alexandria Day Tour today and journey through time, culture, and the beauty of Egypt’s Mediterranean jewel.

Overnight Tour To Cairo from Alexandria

Explore the wonders of Egypt on a 2-day adventure from Alexandria to Cairo. Day One takes you to the iconic Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx, followed by a visit to the Egyptian Museum and shopping at Khan El Khalili Bazaar. On Second Day, discover the historical treasures of Islamic Cairo, including the Citadel of Saladin, and delve into Egypt's Christian heritage in Coptic Cairo. Enjoy delicious local cuisine along the way and return to Alexandria with memories of a captivating journey through Egypt's rich history and culture.

Alexandria Layover Tour from Airport

Explore the rich history of Alexandria with our day-long tour. Begin with a warm welcome at Alexandria International Airport and visit iconic sites like Pompey's Pillar, the Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, and Qaitbay Citadel. Enjoy a delicious Egyptian lunch at a local restaurant and a serene visit to Montaza Palace Gardens. Lastly, delve into knowledge at the modern Alexandria Library, a tribute to its ancient counterpart. We'll ensure you return to Alexandria International Airport in time for your departure, leaving you with unforgettable memories of this historic city.

Siwa Overnight from Alexandria

Embark on a captivating 2-day journey from Alexandria to Siwa, a remote desert oasis. Begin with an early departure, led by expert guides, and immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of Siwa. Explore the town's winding streets, visit the historic Shali Fortress, and relax at Cleopatra's Spring. For early risers, a mesmerizing sunrise at the Great Sand Sea awaits. Discover the Temple of the Oracle and savor authentic Siwan cuisine before bidding farewell to this serene oasis. This unforgettable adventure offers a blend of history, natural wonders, and cultural immersion, making it a perfect escape from urban life.

Alexandria Food Tour

Embark on a flavorful journey through Alexandria's culinary traditions. Join our expert Representative at a bustling local market for a meet and greet, then indulge in a traditional Egyptian breakfast featuring ful medames and Tamiya. Dive into the world of Egyptian street food with a taste of koshari. Explore the vibrant Souk El-Attarine, filled with spices and crafts. Finally, satisfy your sweet tooth with basbousa or konafa. This culinary adventure promises delightful memories and a satisfied palate, offering an authentic taste of Alexandria's rich gastronomic heritage.

Alamain Tour from Alexandria

Experience a poignant journey through history on our El Alamain Day Tour. Depart from Alexandria and embark on a scenic drive with a knowledgeable guide sharing WWII insights. Visit the El Alamain War Cemetery, where over 7,000 brave soldiers rest. Explore the informative visitor center and enjoy a delicious Egyptian lunch. Discover the El Alamein War Museum's impressive artifacts and pay respects at German and Italian cemeteries. Return to Alexandria, concluding a day of profound historical significance and honor.

Day Tour in Alexandria

Discover the rich tapestry of Alexandria's history and culture on this captivating day tour. Begin by delving into the underground wonders of the Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, a Roman-era burial site adorned with diverse artistic influences. Savor the tastes of Egypt with a delectable lunch featuring traditional dishes. Next, ascend the Qaitbay Citadel, a medieval fortress with breathtaking Mediterranean views. Finally, explore the modern marvel of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, a tribute to the ancient Library of Alexandria's legacy. Uncover the city's heritage, from ancient times to its enduring commitment to scholarship and learning, in one memorable journey.

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What Makes Alexandria Unique: A Traveler's Guide to the City of a Thousand Minarets

Cairo, the capital of Egypt, is a rich city in history and culture. It’s known for its ancient monuments, bustling markets, and vibrant nightlife. But what makes Cairo unique? We’ll explore what makes Cairo stand out from other cities worldwide.

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Exploring Cairo's Iconic Mosques

One of the most distinctive features of Cairo is its skyline, which is dominated by the spires of its many mosques. Cairo is often called the “City of a Thousand Minarets” because of the large number of mosques scattered throughout the city. These mosques add to the city’s unique character and offer visitors a chance to experience the beauty of Islamic architecture.

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A Journey Through Cairo's Fascinating History

Cairo is home to some of the world’s most iconic ancient monuments, including the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, and the Egyptian Museum. These monuments are a testament to Egypt’s rich history and provide visitors with a glimpse into the country’s ancient past. While the Pyramids of Giza are undoubtedly the most famous of these monuments, there are many other lesser-known sites that are equally impressive.

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An Authentic Egyptian Shopping Experience in Cairo

No visit to Cairo is complete without a trip to one of its bustling markets. The most famous of these markets is the Khan el-Khalili, which has operated for over 600 years. Here, visitors can wander through narrow alleys with shops selling everything from spices and textiles to jewelry and souvenirs. The market is a feast for the senses, with the sights, sounds, and smells of Cairo.

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Savoring the Flavors of Cairo's Culinary Delights

Egyptian cuisine is a fusion of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and African flavors, and Cairo is the perfect place to sample it. From street food stalls selling falafel and shawarma to high-end restaurants serving up traditional Egyptian dishes like koshari and molokhia, Cairo has something for every foodie. And if you’re looking for something sweet, be sure to try some basbousa, a traditional Egyptian cake made with semolina and drenched in syrup.

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Discovering Cairo's After-Hours Scene and Local Hotspots

When the sun goes down, Cairo comes alive. The city has a thriving nightlife scene, with bars, clubs, and cafes open late into the night. Whether you’re looking for a quiet place to relax with tea or a lively club where you can dance the night away, Cairo has it all.

Most Related FAQs to Egypt Vacations

Is travel to Egypt safe?

There is no warning from the British Foreign Office not to go to Cairo, Alexandria, the tourist areas along the Nile, Sharm el-Sheikh or Hurghada on the Red Sea. People also believe that the part between the Nile and the Red Sea is mostly safe.

Should I go to Egypt now or later?

If you care a lot about the weather, the best time to visit Egypt is in the fall, winter, or early spring (October to April) in the northern hemisphere. Try to avoid high season if you want to avoid crowds at ancient sites such as the Pyramids of Giza, Luxor, and Abu Simbel (December and January).

Can I get a visa on arrival in Egypt?

Most travelers, including people with US and UK passports, need an Egypt visa. Americans and people from 40 other countries can obtain a visa to enter Egypt at Cairo International Airport at bank kiosks before immigration offices for $25 USD. These visas are valid for up to 30 days and can be used by people from the United States and 40 other countries.

How much do Cairo day tours cost?

The cost of Cairo day tours varies depending on the type of tour, the duration, the number of people, and the inclusions. Generally, a half-day tour may cost around $40-60 per person, while a full-day tour may cost around $80-120.

How much does it cost to go to Egypt?

It will cost per person about 1500 USD to spend 8 days in Egypt, including a Nile river cruise and private tours with professional guides. Not bad, considering that this estimate includes private guides to all of the sites and attractions.

What do women wear in Egypt?

Leggings, Capris, and Shorts… As long as your knees are covered, you should be fine. So whether you’re wearing pants or a Capri, you’ll feel good and be polite. Women in the region wear long skirts or pants.

How long do Egypt day tours last?

Most Egypt day tours are designed to last for a full day, typically around 8-10 hours. However, there are also shorter tours available that last just a few hours, as well as longer multi-day tours for those who want to explore more of the country.

What is the best time to visit Egypt?

The best time to visit Egypt is from October to April when the weather is mild and comfortable for outdoor activities. During this time, temperatures are generally cooler, and there is less humidity, making it a great time to explore Egypt’s iconic landmarks and ancient ruins. However, remember that peak tourist season falls between December and January, so expect larger crowds and higher prices.