4 Days Cairo Tour Packages

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Private 4 Days Cairo Tour Packages

“Discover the Wonders of Cairo with Our 4-Day Egypt Tour Package!”

Embark on a remarkable journey through the heart of Egypt’s ancient treasures with Imperial Egypt Tours. Our expert Egyptologist guides and private A/C vehicles ensure an extraordinary adventure that will unveil the greatest archaeological marvels in history.

Over the course of four unforgettable days, immerse yourself in the beauty, diversity, and spirituality of Cairo’s top tourist attractions. From the mystical Giza Pyramids and the enigmatic Sphinx to the ancient allure of Memphis city and the extraordinary Egyptian Museum, each day is a revelation.

Marvel at the grandeur of the Great Pyramids, stand in awe of the Sphinx, and explore the captivating history of Memphis. Delve into the wonders of the Egyptian Museum, visit the historic Salah El Din Citadel, stroll through the bustling Khan El Khalili market, and more.

Don’t miss this chance to experience the magic of Cairo’s timeless sites. Book your dream 4-day Cairo vacation with Imperial Egypt Tours today!

 

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  • 3 nights accommodation in Cairo at 5* hotel.
  • Egyptologist Guide Throughout Your Cairo tour Packages.
  • 3 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, and one Dinner Cruise. All Transfers by a Private A/C vehicle.
  • Entrance Fees to all Sites in the Itinerary.

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  • Egypt entry visa.

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Upon your arrival at Cairo airport, our "Imperial Egypt Tours" representative will assist you in completing your passport control formalities and luggage identification & carry. From the airport, you will be transferred by a private Air-Conditioned car to your hotel for checking-in. Watch Cairo come to life after dark with a private tour through the city’s most atmospheric spots. cast off on the Nile River in a traditional felucca sailboat. Sip tea and enjoy a traditional Egyptian dinner in one of the most famous local restaurant then sip tea in a local coffee shop . Finish your evening at moez street the oldest street in Cairo , where vendors pile their stalls will brilliant displays of antiques, handicrafts and jewelry. *See the sights illuminated at night. Enjoy the city in the cool of the *evening . Get an insider's look at the city with a private guide. *Great overview of the city
In the morning time, you will have your breakfast, and then join your private tour guide to continue your 4 days Cairo holiday package by exploring the great monument of the ancient Egyptian Civilization and the last intact wonder of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World:

Giza Pyramids Complex

The Giza Pyramids plateau is a timeless and remarkable archaeological site with a history spanning over 4,000 years. It comprises the three main pyramids, six smaller pyramids, the iconic Great Sphinx, and the Valley Temple. These structures were all meticulously crafted with the purpose of facilitating the ascent to the heavens and connecting with the ancient Egyptian gods. They were also built to preserve the heritage and legacy of the pharaohs for eternity, making this site a testament to the profound cultural and religious beliefs of ancient Egypt.

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The Great Pyramid

The Great Pyramid, built by King Khufu, is one of the oldest and largest constructions in the world. It is truly a marvel of ancient Egyptian engineering and architecture. Dating back to 2580 BC, it is over 4,500 years old. This pyramid was constructed in just 20 years and is composed of a staggering 2,300,000 pieces of limestone. With a height of 147 meters (481 feet), it held the title of the world’s tallest building for an astonishing 3,800 years, until the construction of the Lincoln Cathedral in England in 1311.

The Great Pyramid continues to be surrounded by mystery and has inspired various fringe theories due to the complexity of its interior when compared to its monumental size. Its precise construction methods and purpose continue to be subjects of fascination and study.

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The Great Sphinx

The Great Sphinx is indeed one of the most iconic and enigmatic statues in the world. As the oldest monumental statue in existence, it has been a source of inspiration for countless travelers, poets, and explorers throughout history, and its mystique endures to this day.

This colossal statue, with a height of 73 meters (240 feet) and a length of 19 meters (66 feet), takes the form of a mythical creature known as the Sphinx, with the body of a lion and the head of a man, believed to possibly represent King Khafre. It is a symbol of power and wisdom and continues to captivate the imagination of people from all around the world. The Great Sphinx remains a symbol of the rich history and culture of ancient Egypt.

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The Valley Temple

The Valley Temple near the Giza Pyramids is indeed a place of historical significance and cultural importance. It was the site where the mummification process of ancient Egypt took place, dating back to the Old Kingdom. This temple is known for its exceptional preservation and is constructed entirely from limestone and granite.

Within this temple are magnificent diorite statues of Pharaoh Khafre, also known as Chephren, who was one of the builders of the Second Pyramid at Giza. These statues provide valuable insights into the art and craftsmanship of the ancient Egyptian civilization, and they serve as lasting reminders of the pharaoh’s rule and the religious practices of the time.

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The Grand Egyptian Museum

The Grand Egyptian Museum is an extraordinary treasure trove of ancient Egyptian art, history, and culture. It serves as a portal into the cosmic creations of this civilization, which were cultivated over 5,000 years of continuous innovation and vivid artistic imagination. This colossal wonder provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore some of the most significant archaeological monuments and artifacts ever created.

Among the many remarkable exhibits in the museum are The Hanging Obelisk, King Ramses II Statue, The 10 Statues of King Senusert, The Grand Staircase, Statues of Ptolemaic Kings and Queens, The Victory Column of King Merneptah, The epic Royal Regalia, and the Grand Atrium & Gift Show. There’s even a VIP ticket that offers access to witness additional artifacts.

Visiting the Grand Egyptian Museum is a journey through time and a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the rich history and culture of ancient Egypt. It’s a must-visit for anyone with a passion for archaeology and a deep appreciation for the wonders of the past.

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Lunch Time

After enjoying your lunch at a local restaurant in Cairo, continue your tour with visits to the following attractions:

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Saqqara Step Pyramid

The Saqqara Step Pyramid, designed by the legendary architect Imhotep for Pharaoh Djoser, is a historical masterpiece and the very first pyramid in existence. This iconic structure marked the beginning of Egypt’s Golden Age of construction and architectural innovation.

What sets the Saqqara Step Pyramid apart is its unique design, composed of six distinct steps. It stands at a height of 62 meters, making it a prominent architectural achievement of its time. The pyramid complex at Saqqara is equally significant, being one of the earliest complexes of its kind, featuring beautiful decorations and majestic ceremonial structures.

This site stands as a testament to the remarkable skills of ancient Egyptian architects and builders, and it continues to be a source of fascination for those who appreciate the history and artistry of this ancient civilization.

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Memphis City

Memphis, the first official capital of Egypt, was founded by King Menes to serve as the symbolic center of the “Two Lands,” representing the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt. It was a city known for its endurance and beauty, and it held a special place in Egyptian history and culture.

Memphis was also home to the god Ptah, who was considered the patron deity of creation and craftsmanship. The city boasted numerous significant ruins that date back more than 4,000 years, bearing witness to the legacy of some of the most prominent figures in ancient Egypt, such as Ramses II. It was also the site of grand temples dedicated to various gods and goddesses, including Aton and Hathor.

Memphis is a place of historical and archaeological significance, offering insights into the rich cultural and religious heritage of ancient Egypt. It stands as a reminder of the enduring legacy of this civilization and its contributions to art, architecture, and spirituality.

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Overnight

To conclude the day’s exploration, we will arrange transportation to your hotel for an overnight stay.

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After you have your breakfast, you will step into the heart of Cairo to complete your Cairo tour Packages and explore all of its attractions with your tour guide, where you will start with:

The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum is an iconic institution that serves as an immortal exhibition of Egypt’s rich history and heritage. It houses one of the most extensive and extraordinary collections of ancient artifacts in the world. The museum was established in 1901 AD and is located in the heart of Cairo.

Within its walls, visitors can explore a vast array of artifacts that span thousands of years of Egyptian history. From priceless treasures to everyday objects used by ancient Egyptians, the museum offers a unique opportunity to delve into the culture, art, and achievements of this remarkable civilization. It is a must-visit destination for anyone with an interest in Egyptology and a desire to connect with the ancient past.

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Lunch Time

Lunch will be served at a local restaurant in Cairo, then proceed to visit:

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Salah El Din Citadel

The Cairo Citadel, also known as the Salah El-Din Citadel, is a historic and iconic site that overlooks the city of Cairo. It was completed in 1182 AD under the direction of the great conqueror Salah El-Din, also known as Saladin. The Citadel served various significant roles throughout its history.

Initially, it functioned as a center of rule and a powerful fortress, playing a crucial role in defending against the Crusaders and Napoleon’s French invasion. In the 19th century, it became the headquarters of the Egyptian government, bearing witness to many significant events in Egyptian history.

The Cairo Citadel is a living testament to the enduring history and cultural significance of Egypt. It has witnessed numerous pivotal moments and continues to be a symbol of strength, heritage, and the nation’s resilience. It remains a popular destination for tourists and history enthusiasts, offering a glimpse into Egypt’s rich past.

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Mohamed Ali Mosque

The Mohamed Ali Mosque, often referred to as “The Alabaster Mosque,” is a magnificent work of art and a symbol of historical significance. It was constructed between 1830 and 1848 AD and is located within the Cairo Citadel. This mosque is a stunning example of Ottoman architecture with French Rococo influences.

The mosque’s design, with its ornate red, green, and gold accents, as well as a grand dome, showcases its aesthetic grandeur. It was built as a replica of the Blue Mosque in Istanbul and served as a symbol of Egypt’s quest for independence and freedom from the Ottoman Empire. The Mohamed Ali Mosque is a testament to the cultural and historical richness of Egypt, and it stands as a remarkable architectural gem in Cairo.

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The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC), located in Fustat within old Cairo, is a divine marvel that offers a remarkable journey through Egypt’s rich culture and history. This museum is a treasure trove, housing a staggering collection of 50,000 pieces of art and artifacts that date back over 4,000 years.

Visitors to the NMEC have the opportunity to explore the rich tapestry of Egyptian history, with each room, hall, and corner filled with the greatest works of art and cultural treasures. One of its most notable attractions is the display of royal mummies, providing a unique and immersive experience that allows you to connect with the past in a profound way. The NMEC is a must-visit destination for anyone with an interest in the captivating history and culture of Egypt.

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Al Muizz Street

Al-Muizz Street is a truly remarkable historical and cultural treasure that has endured the test of time. This street, located in the heart of old Cairo, was constructed in the 10th century during the Fatimid dynasty. It has played a central role in preserving and showcasing Egypt’s ancient Islamic history.

The street is not only a testament to the architectural and artistic achievements of the past, but it has also been a hub for social and cultural gatherings for centuries. Visitors can stroll along this ancient thoroughfare and witness the splendor of Islamic architecture, as well as explore its vibrant atmosphere.

Additionally, Al-Muizz Street’s cultural significance is recognized on a global scale, as it was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1979. This designation underscores its importance in preserving and celebrating the rich heritage of old Cairo, making it a must-visit destination for those interested in history, culture, and architecture.

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Khan El Khalili Bazaar

Khan El Khalili is indeed a legendary and iconic market that has earned its reputation as the “golden brick road of the Middle East.” Its history dates back to 970 AD, making it one of the oldest and most vibrant markets in the region. What makes Khan El Khalili truly special is that it has remained active and bustling through the centuries.

Visitors to Khan El Khalili can explore a wide array of goods and treasures, from intricate handicrafts and textiles to jewelry and spices. The market is also known for its enchanting cafes and shops, some of which have been in operation for hundreds of years. The architecture and decorations of the street are nothing short of magical, showcasing the rich Islamic heritage and artistic beauty of Cairo.

Khan El Khalili is not only a market but a living testament to the enduring spirit and tradition of Cairo, and it continues to be a favorite destination for travelers seeking to immerse themselves in its vibrant and historic atmosphere.

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Overnight

Finally, we drive you back to your hotel to spend the overnight.

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