Giza Pyramids Complex:
The Giza Pyramids, located on the outskirts of Greater Cairo, are one of humanity’s most spectacular architectural feats. These three majestic pyramids, built between 2580 and 2510 BC, are Egypt’s defining icon and the only remaining wonder of the ancient world.
The Great Pyramid:
The Great Sphinx:
The Great Sphinx, measuring 240 feet long and 66 feet long, is also one of the world’s biggest monuments. During the time of King Khafre, the sculpture of a recumbent lion with the head of an Egyptian pharaoh was cut out of limestone on the Giza plateau.
The Valley Temple:
Near the Nile and the iconic Great Sphinx temple. This temple was constructed in the mid-to-late 26th century BC. It was buried beneath the sand until it was discovered in 1852 by French Egyptologist Auguste Mariette. This explains why it is in such good condition, making it the best surviving structure from the Fourth Dynasty.
The Egyptian Museum:
The Egyptian Museum, also known as the home of Antiquities, was constructed on the work of the French archaeologist Auguste Mariette in 1901 in the heart of downtown Cairo. The museum is distinguished in its reflection of the history of Egypt, from all the dynasties that has been through Egypt particularly artifacts from the Pharaonic and Greco-Roman periods.
At the end of your second day in your 5 Days Cairo, Aswan and Abu Simbel Tour Package we will drive you to Cairo international air port to take your flight ticket to Aswan and the overnight