Cairo and Luxor Tours from Hurghada two trips at once, may you like to save time and less traveling between Cairo and Luxor plus Hurghada, Here what you are looking for, explore pyramids of Giza + the Egyptian museum together with the valley of the kings, Karnak temple, and Hatshpui temple.
from 200 € DAILY TOURS
at 3:00 am wait the tour Guide at the Hotel to get transferred to cairo starting your day by the Egyptian museum exploring much of the pharoanic
The Pyramids of Giza
The Pyramids of Giza are the only one of the seven ancient wonders still remaining to this day. It is believed that they were built to serve as an eternal resting place of the pharaohs.
The oldest and largest of the three pyramids were built on demand of Khufu or named also Cheops. The middle-sized pyramid was built by Khafre or also called Chefre, the son of Khufu. And the third and smallest one was built by Menkaure alias Mycerinus, the grandson of Khufu and son of Khafre.
Despite the fact that throughout the millennia ancient civilizations built incredible structures across the planet, the Pyramids of Giza outshine nearly all of them.
The Sphinx is situated at the Giza Plateau adjacent to the Pyramids of Giza on the West Bank of the Nile River. It is the largest monolith statue in the world. The Sphinx is an immense stone sculpture of a creature with the body of a lion and the head of a human. It is also the oldest monumental sculpture and it is commonly believed to have been built by Khafre.
Sphinx was built by Egyptians to guard important areas such as tombs and temples.
Egyptian Museum of Antiquities
Next on the agenda is the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities that is housing the most valuable collections of artifacts and antiquities of its kind. The more than 100.000 items in the museum include some 1.700 artifacts from the tomb of Tutankhamun, including the solid gold mask that covered the pharaoh’s head. Other treasures to be found at the museum are reliefs, sarcophagi, papyri, funerary art and the content of various tombs but also jewelry, and ornaments of all kinds. Sculptures and statues are also to be found at the museum.
An entire hall is dedicated to the royal mummies of 11 kings and queens.
The trip will take about 11 hours.
A lunch in open buffet form is waiting for you in a typical Egyptian restaurant after you visited the Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx.
Included in the price
• Transfer from your hotel to the airport of Hurghada and back
• Flight tickets to Cairo and back
• English and German-speaking tour guide
• Entrance fees for the pyramids are and the Egyptian Museum
• Round transfer in Cairo between the sites
Excluded from the price
• Drinks at the restaurant
• River Nile tour by felucca (small motor boat)
• Any extra expenses