10 Days Classical Tour In Egypt

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Tour Details

  • Duration: 10 Days / 9 Nights
  • Tour Location: Cairo / Alexandria / Aswan / Abu Simbel / Luxor
  • Tour Availability: Available Everyday
  • Pickup & Drop Off: Cairo Airport
  • Tour Type: Private

10 Days Classical Egypt Tour – Fantastic Vacation!

When it comes to holidays, everyone wants to see everything, which is why our 10-day classical tour in Egypt will take you through the magnificent yards of the land of the Pharaohs, where beauty and magic abound. During these 10 days, you will discover Egypt’s rich history via the timeless enchantments of Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, and Alexandria. The number of enthralling sites, relics, and monuments is limitless, like the heaven itself. Book Us Now to broaden your horizons and enjoy the holiday you deserve.

Tour Highlights

Cairo Highlights

  • Giza Pyramids Complex
  • Islamic & Coptic Attractions
  • Memphis City
  • Sakkara Pyramid

Luxor Highlights

  • Karnak Temple
  • Luxor Temple
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Hatshepsut Temple

Aswan Highlights

  • The High Dam
  • The Unfinished Obelisk
  • Philea Temple
  • Abu Simbel Temple

Alexandria Highlights

  • Qaitbay Citadel
  • Alexandria Library
  • Pompey’s pillar
  • The Catacombs

Tour Inclusions

  • Pick-up service at Cairo Airport.
  • 5 nights at a 5* hotel in Cairo.
  • 1 Night at 5* hotel in Aswan.
  • 3 nights at 5* hotel in Luxor.
  • Flight tickets {Cairo – Aswan / Luxor – Cairo}
  • A knowledgeable tour guide all over the tour.
  • All your transportation during the tour with a private A.C car
  • Entering fees to all the mentioned sites in the tour itinerary.
  • All Service Charges and taxes.

Tour Exclusions

  • Tipping
  • Egypt entry visa.
  • International Airfare.
  • Optional Tours.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival at Cairo International Airport and check-in at a 5* hotel.

The first day of your vacation will begin when you arrive at Cairo airport, where a representative from “Egypt Tours Inn” will assist you in completing all of your passport control formalities as well as luggage identification and carry, after which you will be transported by private air-conditioned car to your 5* hotel reservation for check-in and rest. In the evening, you will be treated to a dinner cruise on the enchanting Nile, during which you will witness a memorable colorful belly dancing show with a folklore band, complete with a hypnotic Tannoura spin in the tradition of Egypt’s whirling dervishes, before returning to your hotel for the night.

Day 2: Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

Breakfast will be served at the hotel, and you will begin your holiday in the arms of the Giza pyramids complex, whose splendor has been preserved. For more than 4000 years, the Giza pyramids complex has preserved the sanctity of ancient Egyptian culture; there, you can find some of the most unforgettable Cairo tourist sites, including:

Khufu’s Great Pyramid

The Great Pyramid, also known as the Pyramid of Khufu, is the final remaining construction of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It was built in 23 years in 2580 BC with 2,300,000 chunks of limestone, each weighing 2.5 tons, and a workforce of roughly 100,000 free skilled craftsmen. The pyramid stands at a height of 147 meters (481 feet), making it the world’s tallest structure for 3800 years until the completion of the Lincoln Cathedral in England in 1311. Its sophisticated complicated interior and mystery purpose have piqued everyone’s interest in the plant.

The Great Sphinx of Giza

In ancient times, the giant sphinx was known as “Hor-Em-Akhet,” which meant “Horus of the Horizon,” and is now known as Abu Al-Hawl, which means “The Father of Terror” in contemporary Arabic. It is shaped like the sphinx, a legendary monster with the body of a lion and the head of a man thought to represent King Khafre and serves as a symbol of his strength and wisdom. The sphinx is totally carved out of giant single limestone rock and stands at a height of 73 meters (240 feet) and a width of 19 meters (66 feet).

The Valley Temple

It was built within the complex during Egypt’s ancient monarchy (2686-2134 BC) and was where the Mummification process took place. The valley is highly well-preserved archeologically due to the ancient Egyptians’ building skills, and it provided a source of valuable knowledge regarding the mummification process and Egyptian funeral ceremonies. After touring the valley, take a break for a delicious lunch before finishing your day trip by visiting:

Memphis city

It was created by King Menes in 2925 BC and is recognized for being the Land of Endurance and Allure, as well as being under the protection of the deity Ptah, patron of creativity and artwork. It housed the Hut-Ka-Ptah temple, which meant “Enclosure of the Ka of Ptah,” and was translated into Greek as “Ai-Gy-Ptos,” the etymological basis of the name Egypt.

Step Pyramid of Saqqara

The celestial vision of the Saqqara Step Pyramid transformed Egypt forever by ushering in the golden period of pyramid building in Ancient Egypt. It was built by the renowned Imhotep, Pharaoh Djoser’s vizier, and has a unique design consisting of six steps. It rises at a height of 62 meters and is surrounded by a large complex with impressive ceremonial monuments. You’ll fly to Aswan and check into your 5-star hotel reservation after arriving in Cairo.

We will return you to your hotel for the night.

Day 3: Explore Alexandria’s Top Attractions

On the third day, wake up to a delicious breakfast at your Cairo hotel before being transferred to Alexandria, the Mediterranean Sea’s jewel, to see some of the city’s most popular tourist sites, including:

Citadel of Qaitbay

Sultan Al-Ashraf Sayf Al-Din Qait Bay built the Qaitbay Citadel in 1477 on the same site as the legendary Alexandria Lighthouse, using salvaged stones from the wrecked lighthouse that was once the third longest surviving ancient wonder until its sad destruction by a series of earthquakes between 956 AD and 1323 AD.

The Library of Alexandria

The Alexandria Library is a replica of the ancient Alexandria Library, and it is one of the world’s best and most sophisticated libraries, housing the world’s sixth-largest Francophone library. It is a trilingual library with volumes in Arabic, English, and French. It also has the biggest storehouse of French literature in North Africa and the Middle East, as well as spectacular art galleries and some of the world’s rarest book collections.

After that, enjoy your lunch and prepare to visit:

Pompey’s Pillar

The biggest monolithic column ever erected outside of Rome, reaching 28 meters tall and 2.7 meters broad and containing a Greek inscription dedicated to Emperor Diocletian on its western top side. It was given the name Pompey’s pillar because Crusaders thought that the relics of the renowned Roman leader Pompey were kept in a jar at the very top of the pillar during the Middle Ages.

Kom El Shoqafa’s Catacombs

The Catacombs are a one-of-a-kind archaeological site that represents the merging of Hellenistic and Roman aesthetic elements with ancient Egyptian Pharaonic design. It was built as a necropolis in the 2nd century AD and has a variety of Greek and Roman antiquities and decorations across its three-level stories, earning it the distinction of one of the Middle Ages’ seven wonders.

We will take you back to your Cairo hotel for the night at the conclusion of the day.

Day 4: Fly to Aswan and Explore Aswan’s Top Attractions

After breakfast and check-out from your Cairo hotel, we will drive you to Cairo Airport to catch your flight to Aswan for a fantastic day tour of the stunning Aswan tourist sites, including:

The High Dam

A contemporary monument was built between 1960 and 1970 as part of a cooperative project with the Moscow-based Hydro Project Institute to improve Nile flooding management, generate hydroelectricity, and boost agricultural water storage. The dam was to blame for the likely destruction of Abu Simbel and Philae temples.

The Unfinished Obelisk

The unfinished obelisk is a beautiful vision left unfinished, it was ordered by Queen Hatshepsut (1508-1458 BC) to stand at the entrance of the Karnak temple, it was known as “Tekhenu” which means “to pierce the sky,” it demonstrates how obelisks were shaped as it would have reached a total height of 42 m and weighed 1200 tons, but unfortunately, the obelisk was cracked during construction and has remained

After lunch, finish your journey by paying a special visit to:

Temple of Philae

Philea Temple is the birthplace of ancient Egyptian mythology, such as the “Myth of Osiris,” in which Isis’ husband “Osiris” is murdered by his brother, the desert god. After being killed out of enmity, Osiris is resurrected as the ruler of the underworld. Hours, the falcon sky God and son of Isis and Osiris, defeats Set, ushering in a new period of wealth and justice. The temple was moved to the island of Agilkia in the 1960s as part of a UNESCO-led rescue attempt to keep it from being lost.

We will take you to a 5* hotel in Aswan for the night at the conclusion of the day.

Day 5: Travel to Abu Simbel and learn about its history.

Take your breakfast boxes and check out of the hotel in Aswan on day five of your 10-day classic vacation to Egypt, then join your tour guide for a drive to the southwest of Aswan to see:

Temples of Abu Simbel

Since its construction by King Ramses II, the Abu Simbel temple has stood as guards in front of the gates of heaven (1279-1213 BCE). The sun festival takes place on the 22nd of February and the 22nd of October each year, when the sun shines on the faces of the four seated statues of Ramses the Great, Ptah (God of Creation), Amun (The Creator God), and Ra (Sun God), and the second smaller temple is dedicated to his beloved wife Queen Nefertari. The temple is known as the “Temple of Ramesses, Beloved of Amun,” and it was the focal point of a UNESCO-led rescue campaign in the mid-1960s.

After that, you’ll travel to Aswan for lunch before boarding your train to Luxor, where you’ll check into a 5* hotel for the night.

Sixth Day: Explore Luxor’s East Bank

On the fifth day, you will have breakfast at the hotel and then continue your holiday by seeing some of the top Luxor tourist sites on the East Bank, including:

Karnak Temple

When it was built more than 4000 years ago, the temple of Karnak was labeled Ipet-isu The Most Selected of Places and Pr-Imn House Of Amon, and it was dubbed Ipet-isu The Most Selected of Places and Pr-Imn House Of Amon. It is one of the world’s largest religious man-made structures, serving as the worship center of the entire ancient Egyptian civilization for over 1500 years to countless deities such as Osiris, Ptah, and Isis, but the complex was primarily dedicated to the Theban triad of God Amun, his wife the Goddess of Justice Mut, and his son the moon god Khnsou. After that, you will have lunch in a Luxor restaurant, then transfer to your hotel to recover, and then move with your tour guide at night to enjoy:

Temple of Luxor

Luxor Temple is a lunar marvel, protected by the moon, which throws its cool light on it, revealing its hidden mystery and charm. It was built around 1400 BCE under the reign of Pharaoh Amenhotep III and was called as “Ipetresyet,” which means “southern sanctuary.” It was devoted to the Theban Triad’s God Amun, which symbolized royal regeneration. The temple’s architecture is extremely stunning, with elaborate decorations and structures that become even more enticing at night.

You will return to your accommodation for the night when your day excursion is over.

Day Seven: Explore Luxor’s West Bank

After breakfast at the hotel, you’ll continue your Luxor adventure by seeing the remainder of the West Bank’s fascinating Luxor attractions, such as:

The Kings’ Valley

The Valley of the Kings is a place of blissful rest for the greatest kings and queens of the new kingdom (1570-1070 BC). It contains 63 tombs filled with mind-blowing treasures, artifacts, statues, enchanting decorations, and the remains of pharaohs such as Rameses (I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X), Amenhotep I, Hatshepsut, and In 1979, UNESCO designated the Valley of the Kings as a World Heritage Site.

Temple of Hatshepsut

Hatshepsut Temple, also known as Djoser-Djeseru “Holy of Holies,” is an angelic structure from heaven dedicated to one of Ancient Egypt’s most successful rulers, Queen Hatshepsut. The temple was completed in 1479 BC during Egypt’s new monarchy and took 15 years to complete. The temple’s architecture is based on the new kingdom’s Classical Architecture style, and it houses some of ancient Egypt’s most exquisite antiquities and sculptures.

Take a little pause to eat your lunch and prepare to visit:

Memnon’s Colossi

The Colossal Colossi of Memnon are two quartzite sandstone stones that reach 18 meters (60 feet) tall, weigh 720 tons each, and are shaped like Pharaoh Amenhotep III (1386-1350). The Colossus was destroyed by a huge earthquake in 27 BC and reconstructed in 199 AD. During the Greco-Roman era, the sculptures were immensely famous due to the Vocal Memnon phenomenon, which was created by singing at dawn, which was nothing more than the sound of the wind blowing through the statue.

Then go back to your hotel for the night.

Day 8: Fly to Cairo and see some of the city’s historic landmarks

Day eight will begin with breakfast and check-out from your Luxor hotel, followed by a flight to Cairo to finish your holiday in Egypt and explore some of the most fascinating Cairo tourist sites, including:

The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum is a timeless realm featuring all of Ancient Egypt’s fascination and marvels, as well as artifacts dating back over 4000 years from various ancient Egyptian eras. Over 120,000 real items manufactured from materials like gold and valuable stones, as well as common ones like wood or stone, are discovered in the form of sculptures, jewelry, and funeral artifacts on the two floors of the museum, as well as a handful of exhibited mummies.

After viewing the museum, take a break for lunch and then finish your day trip by visiting:

The Hanging Church

The Virgin Mary’s Holy Church, also known as The Hanging Church is the epicenter of Coptic culture in Cairo; it is one of Egypt’s most significant and well-known Coptic landmarks, and it has housed the Coptic patriarch for many years. The church is 30 feet tall and the outside and interior of the hanging church are extremely captivating and grand, blending aspects from the 7th to the 13th-century creative design. It was built on the southern wall of a Roman fortification named Babylon in the 5th century AD.

Mosque of Amr Ibn Al-Aas

It was built in 641 AD, marking the beginning of the Islamic period in Egypt and throughout Africa, and it is still an active place of worship and one of Egypt’s most important and renowned Islamic sites. The Amr Ibn Al-Aas Mosque has been restored numerous times throughout the ages and serves as a live example of Islamic building growth.

Synagogue of Ben Ezra

The Ben Ezra Synagogue, which dates from the 19th century, is a unique tourist attraction. It served as a church before being converted into a synagogue in 882 AD. The synagogue is still in excellent shape, with magnificent Jewish designs and decorations, and it served as the center of Jewish prayer for many years until the 1950s.

The Egyptian Civilization National Museum

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fully explore Egypt’s immortal essence, with the help of the most captivating monuments and artifacts that showcase the history and culture of Egypt’s periods from Pre-historical times to the Ancient Egyptian Periods, Greco-Roman, Coptic, Islamic, and finally Contemporary Modern Times.

Bazaar of Khan El Khalili

It’s a gate to another era of historical beauty; the street was built in 970 AD and has remained a lively bazaar till now, earning it the nickname “the Middle East’s Golden Brick Road.” The Khan El Khalili Bazaar has everything a tourist might want in its wonderful stores, as well as a number of antique cafes that represent the elegance of the ancient Islamic era. The whole street is lined with exquisite Islamic architecture and decorations.

After that, you’ll return to your Cairo hotel for the night.

Day 9: Visit Cairo’s Islamic Monuments

On the ninth day of your Egypt vacation, you will see some of Cairo’s most important Islamic sites, including:

Citadel of Salah El Din

Cairo, also known as Salah El-Din Citadel For more than 800 years, the Citadel has served as a guardian angel to the city of Cairo. It was built in 1182 AD by the victorious Salah El-Din, it served as the center of kingship and a powerful fortress against foreign invaders such as the crusaders and Napoleon’s troops, and it became the government’s headquarters for more than 700 years. A multitude of museums, as well as magically constructed structures like The Mosque of Mohamed Ali, often known as the alabaster mosque, are located inside the citadel.

Now get a bite to eat at one of Cairo’s best restaurants and prepare to visit:

Mosque of Sultan Hassan

Sultan Hassan erected the Sultan Hassan Mosque between 1356 and 1363 A.D. The Mosque is enormous, measuring 150 meters in length and occupying 7,906 square meters of the inland area, with walls reaching a height of 36 meters. It was built using stones from the Giza Pyramids, and it is said to have cost so much that it almost depleted Egypt’s Mamluk Treasury. The mosque is beautifully decorated and designed, showcasing the beauty of Islamic architecture.

Mosque of Al Rifai

The AI Rafai Mosque, also known as the Royal Mosque, is a mosque in Cairo’s Midan Al-Qala neighborhood, near to the Cairo Citadel and opposite the Sultan Hassan Mosque. It was built on a 6,500-square-meter plot in 1868 and finished in 1912. It included a prayer house and a tomb for the royal line descended from Mohammad Ali, and was supposed to mirror the mosque of Sultan Hassan in design, volume, and height.

Mosque of Ibn Tulun

Ibn Tulun Mosque is authentic Islamic architecture that encapsulates the actual spirit of Islamic civilization in Egypt in the most fascinating way. The mosque was erected on a site considered to be the landing site of Noah’s Ark by Emir Ahmed Ibn Tulun, who governed Egypt from 868 to 883 A.D. It was built on a 26,318-square-meter site, making it the world’s third-largest mosque. Ibn Tulun mosque design had a significant influence on Gothic architecture.

You will then return to your hotel for the night.

Day ten: Wrap off your vacation with a safe flight back home.

On your last day in Egypt, you will have your farewell breakfast before heading to Cairo airport to return home safely with the best memories, bringing your 10-day classical adventure in Egypt to a close.

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