According to your pick up information, you'll meet your tour guide in the lobby of your hotel to head to Alexandria. After your day tour you'll head back to the hotel in Cairo
Our first stop is to the Catacombs. Here you'll see a mixture of Greek, Roman, and Ancient Egyptian art. The catacombs consist of three floors. You'll visit the main tomb which still has the carvings, statues, and symbols of the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians.
The Seraphim Temple
Your next stop is to the Third Century Pompey's Pillar. The pillar is 25 meters high made from red Swan granite and is considered to be one of the last remaining relics of the Seraphim Temple.
Constructed in honor of the Emperor Diocletian, it was once a magnificent structure rivaling the Soma and the Cesarean.
Our next stop takes us to the Quitbay Citadel. After the 11th Century Earthquake, the lighthouse of Alexandria was gone. Instead of rebuilding the lighthouse, the Sultan Qaitbay built the Alexandrian Fortress to protect Egypt's North.
During your tour in Qaitbay Citadel, your tour guide will tell you more about the military monuments and the Lighthouse of Alexandria.
Afterwards, you'll have lunch and start back to Giza.
El Morsi Abu El Abas Mosque:
Than you will be taken to visit the oldest Mosque in Alexandria,
- Overnight in Cairo.
- Breakfast will be served in the Hotel.
- Lunch will be served in a local restaurant.