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Guaranteed daily departures all year round

What is included in this package:

  • 3-night accommodation in Rome.
  • 4-night Accommodation in Cairo in 4* or 5* hotel category.
  • Half day tours in Cairo to the esplanade of the Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx and temple of the Valley of Khafre.
  • Full day visit to Cairo with lunch.
  • Full day visit to Alexandria with lunch.
  • Entrance fees included to the archaeological sites visited during all the guided excursions.
  • Official English-speaking guide during all visits.
  • All necessary transfers, as mentioned in this itinerary.
  • Daily breakfast.
  • 24/7 Emergency phone line.
  • Hotel taxes in Egyt.


Upon your arrival in Rome, the Eternal City, our dedicated vehicle will be ready to welcome you and transport you to your hotel.

During the transfer, you will have the opportunity to witness the captivating historical richness of Rome, often hailed as the pinnacle of Western world heritage.

The remainder of the day will be yours to unwind and take in the city at your own pace.


After enjoying a delightful breakfast, you’ll have the entire day to explore Rome at your own pace. With countless options at your fingertips, you can choose to wander around on foot, visit magnificent monuments, indulge in shopping, or savor the local cuisine, which offers a wide array of pasta, vegetable, meat, and fish dishes.

Rome holds a special place as the epicenter of the Catholic religion and boasts the highest concentration of historical and architectural treasures in the world. In 1980, Rome, along with the extraterritorial properties of the Holy See within the city and the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls, was rightfully inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.


In the morning you will enjoy a delicious breakfast and then have the rest of the day free to appreciate and delight in the beauty of this wonderful city.

Don’t miss out on the must-see landmarks such as the Colosseum and the Forum, as well as taking a stroll through the vibrant Roman squares adorned with captivating fountains.

In the evening, you can enjoy a dinner of your choice and unwind with a rejuvenating night’s sleep at your hotel.


After enjoying breakfast, you will be transferred to the Rome airport at the designated time for your flight to Cairo.

Upon arrival in Cairo, the capital of the Arab Republic of Egypt, a friendly member of our English-speaking team will be waiting for you at the exit.

This guide will provide you with assistance during the visa process, offer detailed information about your trip, and address any queries or concerns you may have. Additionally, he will provide a brief introduction to the city and its daily life.

The transfer to your hotel will be arranged in one of our private air-conditioned vehicles. Upon reaching the hotel, your assistant will assist you with the check-in process.

The remainder of the day will be yours to relax and start enjoying the amenities offered by the hotel.


Today you are having a delicious breakfast with typical food. The route will begin through the most interesting points of interest in Cairo.

The Pyramids of Giza is the first place we will visit with our official English-speaker guide. You will amaze at the majesty of the Great Sphinx of Giza, the Great Pyramid of Giza, and the Pyramid of Khufu. This is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world still in existence. You can watch it from the main entrance esplanade and from closer.

Optionally, you can add the excursion to the Necropolis of Saqqara. Inside this World Heritage, the funerary complex of King Djoser stands out. This is a building built to honor the king in the afterlife. The Pyramid of Djoser is the first stone structure built in a pyramidal shape. It symbolizes the beginning of this type of construction in Egypt.

By night, you can hire a light show on the Giza Pyramids. You can also enjoy a unique dinner show in a floating restaurant on the Nile. Ask your travel assistant for more information.


Start your day early after a delicious breakfast and continue your adventure with a full-day visit to Al-Qahira, also known as Cairo, which translates to “the Strong or Victorious” in English.

Your morning will kick off with a visit to the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities located in the heart of the city. This museum houses numerous priceless artifacts that will captivate you, including Tutankhamun’s treasure, sarcophagi, mummies, and incredibly beautiful sculptures.

Afterward, you’ll enjoy a satisfying lunch and dive into the Coptic neighborhood to experience its diverse religious blend. Here, you’ll visit the Hanging Church, built on the Babylon Fortress; the Saints Sergius and Bacchus Church, also known as Abu Serga and believed to be a refuge for the Holy Family when they fled from Herod; and the Ben Ezra synagogue, one of the oldest synagogues in the country.

Next, you’ll head to Historic Cairo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that served as the domain of the Caliphs and their mosques since the 10th century. The Citadel of Saladin will stand out as a remarkable fortress, fortified centuries ago to defend against the Crusaders.

Before returning to your hotel, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the Jan El Jalili bazaar, where you can test your negotiation skills and enjoy some free time.

Finally, you’ll make your way back to the hotel to relax and take advantage of its comforts.


After a tasty breakfast at your hotel, you will have the full day excursion to the city of Alexandria. You will leave in an air-conditioned coach that will take you to Alexandria, the second most important city in Egypt, and which honors its founder, Alexander the Great.

Upon arrival, you will visit the Qaitbay castle with your official English-speaking guide, a 15th-century fortress located in the port and which, in the past, housed the famous lighthouse of Alexandria, whose ruins are still preserved. You will also have the opportunity to visit the catacombs of Kom el Shogafa, an important archaeological site from the 1st century that consists of three underground levels that house more than 300 mummies and funerary divinities as well as various Greco-Roman motifs.

Around noon you will have lunch in a restaurant in the area and then begin a visit to the current Library of Alexandria. A construction that commemorates, in its functions, the Ancient Library of Alexandria known to all and renowned for being the seed of knowledge and even one of the first research institutes in the world, you will also visit the annex museum.

In the afternoon you will visit the immense Montazah Park, an extension of 46 hectares full of gardens, roundabouts, pine forests, pavilions and its great palace, former summer residence of King Farouk.

After the visit, you will have some free time and then return to your hotel in Cairo where you will stay.


Arrival day, free day at leisure.

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