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Privéaangepaste dagtocht naar Alexandrië vanuit Caïro

Caïro, Egypte
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Een uitstekende prijs-kwaliteitverhouding, deze dagtrip naar de op een na grootste stad van Alexandra-Egypte, wordt geleid door een Egyptoloog-gids. Ontspan in een voertuig met airconditioning en WiFi aan boord tijdens de ongeveer drie uur durende rit naar Alexandrië. Kies vervolgens vier activiteiten uit de lijst voor een aangepaste rondleiding door de stad. Lunch, entreegelden en snacks en mineraalwater zijn inbegrepen.
  • Dagexcursie naar Alexandrië
  • Privérondleiding kan volledig worden aangepast
  • Lunch, entreegelden en WiFi aan boord zijn inbegrepen
  • Ophalen en afzetten van het hotel inbegrepen


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Alexandria Tour
, aug 2019
This was a nice tour and our tour guide an driver made a great team. Alexandria is a nice city and we got a chance to have a great lunch at one of the water side restaurants. My only complaint is that for a 2 hour drive a more comfortable car be used. A 2 door compact car is not comfortable enough in the back seat even for a medium sized guy like myself. Had to sit sideways for the drive to/and from Cairo.
Excellent experience
, jul 2019
The tour guy was excellent, and the best part of going with this company is they didn't try to sell you other things or get extra money from me. They were not pushi. They were very professionals! I had a great experience visiting Alexandria with them. I highly recommend to work with this company if you want to visit Alexandria from Cairo.
, jul 2019
This tour is a must for any one visiting Egypt. Our tour guide Medhat and driver Carim were the best. They went above and beyond what was included in our itinerary. We first started off with breakfast (falafel), additionally Medhat made sure we had water and some snacks before we got on the road for the three hour journey to Alexandria. Once out of Cairo city limits Medhat engaged us in conversation about Egypt and Alexandria. Medhat was very knowledgable as he is a student of history and was from Alexandria. We made a stop at the rest stop along the highway, for some pastries and some Turkish coffee (must have, it tase like chocolate and coffee together). Our first stop was the Catacombs of Kom al-Shoqafa understanding first hand about the Pharonic period, life, death, and the after-life. We then went to Pompey's Pillar which explained even further the impact the Romans and their need to destroy the old library so as not to have any evidence of the old Egyptian Library that existed. As we ventured deep into the old library in which the built ins were the concrete structure itself. Additionally, where meetings were held, were the scribes sat as he recorded the meetings and where the minutes and the agendas were placed to make them accessible for those who were not in attendance or who wanted to know what what took place a the previous meeting. Then we went to Qaitbay Citadel, again even more history about the military importance of Alexandria as a main port to Egypt in which the Seas meet. We got a chance to enter into what was the second oldest Mosque in Alexandria which comprised of the second floor of the citadel. Medhat, was awesome in taking us to lunch at a restaurant overlooking the Mediterranean Sea! The view was amazing. We drove through town getting a view of the largest mosque in Alexandria, the new library along the promenade and then off to the Museum of Alexandria in which we were able to view the art work of there different period of Egypt to include the Pharaonic, Greco-Roman, and the Coptic, Islamic and Modern Section. We then headed back to Giza, but before we were taken to our hotel we stopped at the Papyrus institute and was given both history and demonstration as to how the paper is made, and the beautiful art that is done over it. We also went to the perfumery and selected some various oils, blends and scents that are the basis of some of our day-to-day perfumes. Experience was amazing!!!
The city of Alexandria is beautiful...
Sandra W
, feb 2018
The city of Alexandria is beautiful and our guide was just the best ever. Great day and unforgettable experience.
On December 18, 2017, we had a...
, jan 2018
On December 18, 2017, we had a Private Customized Day Tour to Alexandria from Cairo. Our guide was Ahmed Eraky. We had a great time. Ahmed is a very knowledgeable person and at the same time very polite, understanding our interests, not pushing us to go to places which other tourists usually like to see in such a big, old city as Alexandria. We made our decisions what we want to see before the tour and he arranged it the easiest way considering heavy traffic in Alexandria. With him, we saw Alexandria National Museum. Not Museum, nor it's collection is small, as it mentioned in some travel books. It's 3 stories old palace with rare artifacts connected to the history of that territory. Then we saw Alexandria Library and the Antiquities Museum inside it. Unfortunately, nobody could show us where is a Museum of Manuscripts, the second museum inside the Library. We went to the section of Rare Books and saw some huge old maps, but where they keep the real treasure - the only copy of a scroll from ancient Library - nobody could answer us. Then we saw Fort Qitbey and the place of Lighthouse of Pharos, and finally the Museum of Jewelry. After the long day, Ahmed Eraky delivered us to the hotel where we warmly thanked him and the driver. I think that customized style of tours is much better than usual one where everybody sees the same places. Egypt is so rich in history that it could satisfy every tourist with particular interests.
Dear Fellow travelers, I would...
Jane E
, okt 2016
Dear Fellow travelers, I would like to share my travel experienced with you as a solo traveler. It is my honest travel experienced to share with my fellow travelers of what it is like to travel alone in the ancient country of Egypt which back then it is ruled by pharaohs. To start my tour, the tour guide meet me in the lobby of the hotel. Very friendly and welcoming. And before my tour starts, I am feeling very welcome already before I even starts my tour. I also got to know the driver who is also very respectful and friendly. The tour guide is very knowledgeable and explained the significant of the scenery along the way until we got to Alexandria from Cairo. Senaf my tour guide in Alexandria makes my tour more interesting and enjoyable where I have great time and added bonus is taking a picture of me which I all appreciate her kindness to offer. She is very friendly and knowledgeable. I saw the Pompey's Pillar, Montazah Palace Garden, the famous library, the Corniche, and have some great lunch .I tour the Fort of Qaitbe,y just to named a few. I highly recommend this to fellow travelers as my tour is excellent for making this as one of my lasting best excellent travel experienced. This is my own travel honest experienced as a solo traveler. I highly recommend this tour company to other travelers. They make you feel very welcome and not only that the guide is very knowledgeable and making me feel comfortable the whole time that I am with them. And even become friends with them. So, enjoy your trip and have a great travel. I feel safe traveling around Egypt as a solo traveler -- Jane Ebert California.

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