Three days to Cairo from Marsa-Alam by plane

The Coptic Museum of Egypt in Fustat, Memphis, Sakkara, Dashur, Pyramid of Cheops and the Gem Museum.


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pharaonic Egypt Memphis


was an ancient city in Egypt that served as the capital of the Old Kingdom.

It was located on the west bank of the Nile River, south of modern-day Cairo.

Pharaonic Egypt refers to the period of ancient Egyptian history ruled by pharaohs, lasting from approximately 3100 BC to 30 BC.

During this time, Egypt developed a rich and complex culture, with impressive architectural achievements such as the pyramids, temples and other monumental structures that still stand today.

Memphis played an important role in the history of pharaonic Egypt.

The legendary king Menes founded it around 3100 BC, uniting Upper and Lower Egypt and establishing the first dynasty. Memphis became the capital of Egypt during the Old Kingdom and remained an important city throughout the rest of Pharaonic history.

The Coptic Museum is a museum in the Fustat district of Old Cairo, Egypt.

It focuses on the art and history of the Coptic Christian community in Egypt, which boasts a long and rich history in the country.

The museum was founded in 1908 by Marcus Simaika Pasha, a leading Coptic intellectual and historian. The building itself is a beautiful example of Coptic architecture, with a central courtyard surrounded by galleries and rooms full of artefacts and exhibitions.


  • 1 person 900 €
  • 2 persons 770 € p.p
  • 3/8 persons 630 € p.p


Tickets to the monuments for children

– Children from 0 – 6 years free.

– Children 6 to 12 years pay 50%

All prices are subject to change

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  • All transfers by private air-conditioned minibus/car from Marsa-Alam hotel to Marsa-Alam airport and all transfers during the tour in Cairo.
  • The plane tickets return Marsa-Alam -Cairo - Cairo-Marsa-Alam
  • Children aged 0-2 years old travel for free, while children aged 3 years and above pay full fare for the flight.
  • Entrance tickets to the mentioned sites.
  • Bottle of water and a soft drink during the transfer.
  • 2 nights hotel accommodation included. Breakfast
  • 3x Lunches
  • 2x diners .
  • All taxes.
  • Extra meals and all drinks
  • Tips and personal extras in general.
  • Tipping for the guide and drivers

Tour Plan

Day 1 Flight from Marsa-Alam to Cairo

Depending on the flight to Cairo, you will be picked up from your hotel by an egypte4allreizen employee.
Upon arrival at Cairo airport you will be met by an egypte4allreizen employee.
After arrival we visit the Coptic Museum in Fustat (Old Cairo). We will then continue exploring old Cairo and visit the Mosque of Amr Ibn Al Ash, the oldest mosque in Egypt. Afterwards, we will visit the Coptic Hanging Church and the Jewish Ben Ezra Synagogue. After these visits, we will have lunch and then explore Muizz Street and Khan el Khalili, with its many beautiful mosques and houses from the Ottoman era.
After completing our visits, we will drive through Cairo to Giza, where we will check into our hotel.

Day 2 Memphis,Sakkara, Dashur

Early this morning you drive to the Old capital of pharaonic Egypt Memphis, which means White Walls, the city was built by the first king Narmer from the 1st dynasty following the merger of the 2 countries. Lower and Upper Egypt.
Then we drive to Sakkara, and you can view the pyramid of King Djoser from the 3rd dynasty. This pyramid is the oldest stone building in the world. Then we visit the mastaba of Mereruka and Kagemni, both sons-in-law of King Teti from the 6th dynasty, whose pyramid is located next to the mastabas and so we will also visit this pyramid.
Today's lunch will be near Sakkara.
In the afternoon we visit the pyramids in Dashur, these are the pyramids of King Huni, the father of King Cheops. They are the Bend Pyramid and the Red Pyramid and both are open for viewing.
Afterwards back to the hotel in Giza.

Day 3 Pyramid of Cheops and the Gem museum.

This morning after breakfast we will visit the pyramid of King Cheops from the 4th dynasty. Then we drive over the Giza plateau past the sphinx to the valley temple of King Khafre, the son of Cheops. There we walk through the temple to the Causeway, which is the long path from the temple to the pyramid over which the sarcophagus with the king was pulled over to the pyramid during the funeral. The guardian of the pyramid, the Sphinx, is also located here.
After this visit we drive around the pyramids and visit the newest and largest museum in Egypt. Upon arrival we will take a short break and then visit the department of the Old Kingdom. Then we will have lunch and after lunch we will visit King Tutankhamun's ward. Where we can see the famous golden mummy mask and the golden mummy coffins.
After this visit we unfortunately have to go back to the airport.
Since this is the last day of your Cairo trip, you will need to take all the luggage from your room and load it into the car/bus.
Upon arrival in Marsa Alam, an egypte4allreizen employee will be waiting for you to take you back to your hotel

You will be accompanied by employees of (Dutch, Italian or English speaking guides) throughout the day of the excursion.

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