Step back in time to explore the ancient civilizations and Coptic Christian history of Egypt during this flexible-length excursion. Discover the more than 250,000 artifacts from ancient Egypt at the Egyptian Museum, a sprawling complex that is also home to the gold mask and jewelry of King Tut. Then walk amidst the ancient Roman fortifications and ancient Coptic churches of Old Cairo, stopping to see the Coptic Museum, Hanging Church, Ben Ezra Synagogue and much more. Your trip also covers a guide, round-trip coach transport from your hotel, entrance fees and lunch.
Trip to the Egyptian Museum which features artifacts from the Pharaonic period. The museum displays a rare collection of 5000 years Enjoy a two-hour guided tour of the world's richest museum, where by the mysterious golden mask of King Tut is kept, as well as more than 250,000 Egyptian monuments From the Museum. Old Cairo is a part of Cairo, Egypt, that contains the remnants of those cities which were capitals before Cairo, such as Fustat, as well as some other elements from the city's varied history. For example, it encompasses Coptic Cairo and its many old churches and ruins of Roman fortifications. Modern tourists visit locations such as the Coptic Museum, the Babylon Fortress, the Hanging Churchand other Coptic churches, the Ben Ezra Synagogue and the Mosque of Amr ibn al-As. Fort Babylon is a Roman fortress around which many of the Egyptian Christians' oldest churches were built. Enjoy lunch at oriental first Class restaurant.