Cairo, Egypt, 5 Days & 4 Nights, 3 adults tour
Stay at Isis Hotel 2 in Cairo, one double bed and one single bed, free wifi included and free continental breakfast at 8:00
Near a metro station, Isis Hotel 2 is in an area with good shopping. Egyptian Museum and Coptic Museum are cultural highlights, and travelers looking to shop may want to visit Khan el-Khalili and City Stars.
Free continental breakfast is provided, as well as free WiFi in public areas, free self parking, and free airport pick-up. Additionally, dry cleaning, laundry facilities, and a 24-hour front desk are onsite. All 27 rooms offer free WiFi and free wired Internet, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, and comforts like memory foam beds and Egyptian cotton sheets. Other amenities available to guests include 24-hour room service, refrigerators, and minibars.
• Egyptian Museum – 7 min walk
• Tahrir Square – 7 min walk
• American University of Cairo – 10 min walk
• Coptic Museum – 17 min walk
– Cairo Tower – 4 min drive
After your arrival and some rest at the hotel, visit Baron Empain Palace at 14:30
- better known as Le Palais Hindou
- located in suburb northeast of central Cairo, Egypt.
The Baron Empain Palace, better known as Le Palais Hindou, is a distinctive and historic Indian-inspired mansion in Heliopolis, a suburb northeast of central Cairo, Egypt. The palace was designed by French architect Alexandre Marcel and decorated by Georges-Louis Claude. Inspired by the Hindu temple of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, it was built between 1907 and 1911, in reinforced concrete.
After the standard continental breakfast at 8:00 am, visit a nearby Egyptian Museum at 11:00
- located just 7 minutes of walking from your hotel
- Explore two huge levels of the Egyptian Museum
- Marvel at Tutankhamun’s exclusive section in the museum
- See statues, fossils, paintings, and more!
Visit Al Azhar Park at 16:00
- public park
- known as ‘the green lungs of the old district’
- listed as one of the world’s sixty great public spaces by the Project for Public Spaces.
Explore the fascinating exhibitions that will teach you all about Egypt’s past, and in fact show you rare and unique items from each era of the country’s history.
Constructed in 1902, this is the largest museum in the region and houses 250,000 rare artifacts of all sizes. The ground floor contains the large heavy statues arranged in chronological order. Then take a tour of the upper floor to see the smaller statues, fossils, paintings, sarcophagi and ancient Egyptian maps. Be sure to visit the exclusive section dedicated to Tutankhamun to see all his treasures, which were discovered in his tomb in Luxor, including his golden mask. Be sure to set aside the whole day to cover the vast expanses of time and space that this museum covers!
Spread across a sprawling area of 30 hectares, the Al-Azhar Park in Cairo is another place which is going to leave you spellbound with its beauty. The park is surrounded by some of the most historic and significant districts of Cairo city, and is a must visit place for tourists as well as local residents of the city.
Initially existing as a vast dumping site for the city’s garbage back during the 1980s, the city, as well as the Al-Azhar Park has undergone significant transformation. Present day, the park is playing a crucial role in amplifying the panorama of the place.
Apart from this, there are multiple parks designed and developed within the Al-Azhar Park. These small parks are home to more than 325 species of plants. Some of these species are native to the soil of Egypt, while some are exotic plants grown and maintained at the park’s nursery.
On closely observing the design and landscape planning of the Al-Azhar Park, you will see that the park has been designed in the shape of a tree, with the roots grounding into the Darb al-Ahmar neighborhood nearby. Pinch of modern cultures and traditions blended with the ancient Islamic history is what makes this place a true masterpiece in all senses. All in all, the park is yet another marvellous sight one can get to witness in Cairo.
For this day we recommend you a special trip filled with exploration and remarkable experiences, take a 20-Hour Minibus Rental with Driver at 10:00
- Enjoy smooth and stress-free transportation in a private air-conditioned vehicle
- Travel safely to your destination with an experienced driver
- Visit the sights and attractions that are most interesting to you, at your own pace
Includes: Professional driver
-High-quality air-conditioned transportation
-Driver outstation charges and accommodation
-1st class travel accident insurance
Enjoy the luxury and flexibility of your very own private car hire, accompanied by an experienced driver, for 20 hours. Travel around the city and nearby regions in a comfortable and air-conditioned car or minibus, and visit the sights and attractions that interest you most.
There’s plenty to see and do in other cities; you can also take the car to nearby provinces such as Luxor or Cairo. Whether you’re renting the car for sightseeing, a day trip, shopping, or business, your driver will accommodate you to ensure you have a happy and hassle-free experience.
Visit Khan El Khalili Bazaar-private half day tour at 12:00
- Stop off at the Hanging Church and Ben Ezra Synagogue
- See the Church of St. Barbara and the Church of Abu Serga
- Browse the bazaar at Khan El Khalili
After you finish reviewing those, visit a Cairo Tower at 19:00
- remarkable tower to see
- dimensions of it will leave you speechless we guarantee
-Taxes and service charge
Spend a half day seeing important cultural and historical sites in Cairo when you travel to Old Cairo and the Khan El Khalili Bazaar.
The bazaar is one of the most famous and oldest bazaars in all of the Middle East, dating back to 1382.
After spending time walking around the bazaar or shopping, continue to Old Cairo. Visit the Hanging Church, which dates back to the 3rd century AD. Then see the Ben Ezra Synagogue, which is, according to a local tradition, located on the site where Moses was found when he was a baby.
Continue on to see the Church of St. Barbara and the Church of Abu Serga, two of the oldest churches in Cairo.
The Cairo Tower is a free-standing concrete tower in Cairo, Egypt. At 187 m, it has been the tallest structure in Egypt and North Africa for about 50 years. It was the tallest structure in Africa for ten years until 1971, when it was surpassed by Hillbrow Tower in South Africa.
For your last day in Egypt we left you probably the best thing to experience here;
Visit Legendary Pyramids of Giza at 10:00
- Visit all of the wondrous famed Pyramids of Egypt
- Learn from your expert tour guide about ancient Egypt
- Admire the architectural excellence of ancient Egyptians
- Take photogrpahs with the Great Pyramid and Sphinx
-Pick up and drop-off at your accommodation Cairo or Giza
-Transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle
-Egyptologist tour guide
-Lunch in a local restaurant
-All taxes and service charges
-Pickup or drop-off from Heliopolis area, 6th October areas, Nasir City, or Cairo Airport
-Drinks at lunch
Be collected from your accommodation in Cairo or Giza. Drive south and be fascinated by the Red Pyramid and Bent Pyramid at Dahshur, the renowned royal necropolis in Egypt, which upholds many famous pyramids of King Sneferu. Continue your tour and visit the Step Pyramid of Zoser, the oldest existing colossal stone building of Egypt, which were built around 2630 BC for King Djoser.
Have lunch at a local restaurant then head to the famed pyramids of Cheops, Chefren, and Mykerinus. Next, see the Great Sphinx, a limestone statue of the mythical creature the Sphinx with the head of a Pharaoh and the body of a lion. Explore the Valley Temple, a funerary complex including a mortuary temple and the Pyramids of Chefren. Once you have finished exploring the rich history and the iconic landmarks of Egypt, you will be transferred back to your accommodation in Cairo or Giza.
A couple of friends of mine were in Cairo and they said it was the most remarkable experience of their lives. Don’t let it escape through your hands!