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On a full-day tour that takes in Cairo’s impressive antiquities and modern life, see the Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, and Egyptian Museum, then visit Tahrir Square and Khan Khalili Bazaar. Visit the Valley Temple and see Egypt’s most famous landmarks on the Giza Plateau; then stop for lunch at a nearby restaurant and learn about more recent history at the square where the “Arab Spring” took place.
The Sphinx - The legendary guardian that stands by the huge funeral complex with its lion body and the head of king Chephren.
Duration: 30 minutes
Admission Ticket Included
The second largest pyramid at Giza and in Egypt was built for Khafre, the third pharaoh of the 4th Dynasty during the Old Kingdom Period of Ancient Egypt around 2540 BC. Khafre, also known in history by the Greek name Chephren, was the son of Khufu, who is the Great Pyramid and the grandson of Sneferu, another great builder of Ancient Egypt. External visit is included but inside the pyramid is not as it requires additional ticket can be bought during the visit Duration: 1 hour Admission Ticket Not Included
Established in the 14th century, Khan El-Khalili in Old Cairo has always been an important district for cultural and economic activities. Here is your guide to Khan El-Khalili market and the surrounding area Duration: 1 hour Admission Ticket Included
Great Pyramid of Cheops (Khufu) The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex bordering present-day El Giza, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact Duration: 1 hour Admission Ticket Not Included
Giza Pyramids where you Visit the Great Pyramids - Cheops, Chephren & Mykerinos then Visit the Valley Temple where the Priests Mummified the dead body of King Chephren Also there you will have a close-up look at The Sphinx - The legendary guardian that stands by the huge funeral complex with its lion body and the head of king Chephren. Inside any of the pyramids is not included as it requires additional tickets can be bought during the tour
Midan Tahrir (Liberation Sq) gained world renown in early 2011, when millions of Egyptians converged here to oust then-president Hosni Mubarak. On a regular day, it’s just your average giant roundabout (traffic circle), albeit one where half-a-dozen major arteries converge. The main reason you'll pass through is to visit the powder-pink puffball bulk of the Egyptian Museum.
One of the world’s most important collections of ancient artefacts, the Egyptian Museum takes pride of place in Downtown Cairo, on the north side of Midan Tahrir. Inside the great domed, oddly pinkish building, the glittering treasures of Tutankhamun and other great pharaohs lie alongside the grave goods, mummies, jewellery, eating bowls and toys of Egyptians whose names are lost to history. To walk around the museum is to embark on an adventure through time.
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