Pay a visit to Egypt’s beautiful second city. See rock-cut Roman catacombs, the ruins of a Roman temple complex, and Qaitbey Citadel. Visit the Bibliotheca Alexandrina and enjoy fresh seafood by the Mediterranean.
A Roman burial site, whose family tomb reveals the merging of Egyptian and Roman art and architecture, Descend below ground to visit the tomb and Caracalla Hall.
An 82-foot (25-meter) granite column built to honour Emperor Diocletian, who freed the besieged city and brought food to its starving people.
A 15th-century fortress located on the Mediterranean sea coast. It was established in 1477 AD by Sultan Al-Ashraf Qa’it Bay. The Citadel is situated on the same place of the Pharos Island.
A copy of every book published in the world is kept in the library, making it one of the great literary sites in the world. The library also houses several exhibitions relating to the history of Egypt and a display of rare antique books.
Finally you will drive back to your hotel in Cairo.
|Individual||2-3 persons||4-6 persons||7-10 people||11 and more|
|180 $||90 $||75 $||65 $||On demand|