Egyptian Muesum, Old Coptic Cairo Churches, Citidal od Salah Eldin with Alabaster Mousque of Mohamed Ali

Cairo and Giza


Durationfrom 6 to 8 Hours

Tour Typeprivate tour

Tour Overview

Egyptian Museum

Visit the Egyptian Museum to see King Tut's treasuries including the Golden Mask and Throne and Yuya and Thuya treasuries and their mummies

Old Coptic Cairo Churches

Visit Old Coptic Cairo Church and enjoy the places where the Holy Family stays See the Hanging church, and the Cavern church visit the holy family Cavern ends your tour with Ben Ezra Synagogue

Citadel Of Salah El-Din & Mosque of Mohamed Ali

Visit the Citadel Of Salah El-Din dates back to 1183 AD with the Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali


Private air-conditioned deluxe vehicle. Expert Egyptologist private tour guide. Entrance fees to the mentioned sightseeing Bottled water during your tours and transfers


Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary Drinks at the restaurants Tipping

Price List

Price for one Price for 2-3 Price for 4-6 Price for 7-more Price for childs
90.00 80.00 75.00 70.00 Always a half of adults price

Tour Highlights

  • Egyptian Museum
  • Old Coptic Cairo Churches
  • Citadel Of Salah El-Din & Mosque of Mohamed Ali

Tour Itinerary

With a warm greeting from our Egypt Tours Destination professional Egyptologist tour guide, you will start your luxury hassle-free day tour trip . Once you start your tour, our guide will give you a complete introduction to our Egyptian history Start your tour by visiting the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities built in the heart of Cairo to be the first building in the world built specifically to serve as a museum, The museum was opened in 1902. It houses more than 160,000 artifacts dating from prehistoric to Roman periods. Through the museum tour, we will see the golden pharaoh King Tutankhamun famously known as King Tut’s treasures, his golden mask, throne, and other artifacts found on his tomb. also, You will experience other masterpieces like Yuya and Thuya treasuries and mummies, Tall Tanis treasures include the silver casket of King Psusennes ii, and the other famous statues that belong to the old kingdom era. then move to Old Coptic Cairo, the sacred place where Jesus Christ stayed with the Virgin Mary and St. Joseph during his holy journey to avoid the Horde who wanted to slay the boy. Begin the tour by seeing the hanging church, one of the most famous churches in the world. The significance of this church stems from the way it was built, hanging on one of the towers of the old Babylon stronghold, with no foundation. Then take the stairs down for more than 3 meters to the old city level, walk through the old city streets, see the old houses and churches along the way, and visit St.Sarguise church, also known as the Cavern church because it is famous for housing the Holy Family for more than 3 months you will enjoy the cavern and the main church. End your tour by seeing one of Egypt's most important Jewish synagogues. The synagogue was originally a church dating back to the 8th century AD, but Ibn Ezra purchased it from the Christians and converted it into a synagogue. The Synagogue previously housed an antique copy of the Old Testament, which was penned by the prophet Ezra or Al-Azir. It is also thought that the site of the Synagogue is where the casket containing Baby Moses was discovered and stolen by the pharaoh's wife at the time. then move to Citadel Salah El-Din, one of the most significant military castles built during the Middle Ages, which has defensive value due to its strategic location, guarding the towns of Cairo and Al Fustat. The Citadel was built in the 12th century to safeguard Cairo against Crusaders and served as Egypt's capital during the Ayyubid, Mamluk, and Ottoman regimes. Then proceed to the most renowned and biggest mosque in Egypt. The alabaster Mosque of ruler Mohamed Ali, the Turkish ruler who ruled Egypt from 1805 to 1948, was the beginning of modern Egyptian history. The architect was Yusuf Boshnak from Istanbul and its model was the Sultan Ahmed Mosque. The mosque is mostly constructed of limestone recycled from ancient pyramids, the lower part is totally covered with Alabaster stone the mosque Domes made out of server