• Location: Cairo, Egypt
  • Duration: 6 hours (approx.)
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Travel back in time to the days of Ancient Egypt on this 6-hour private tour of the Alabaster Mosque, the City of Dead and Alazhar Park from Cairo. An informative guide will lead you through Alabaster Mosque, which was built inside Cairo’s biggest fortress and was covered in silver and alabaster stone. Next you’ll visit the tombs of the City of Dead before continuing on to Alazhar Park, one of the largest in Egypt. You’ll also have the chance to climb to the highest point in Cairo for a breathtaking view overlooking the entire city.


  • A 6-hour private tour of Alabaster Mosque, the City of Dead and Alazhar Park from Cairo
  • Tell ghost stories and walk among the deceased at the City of Dead
  • Wander through the historic Alabaster Mosque
  • Gaze out over all of Cairo from the city’s highest point at Alazhar Park
  • Learn about the historic and cultural significances of the sites from a friendly local guide

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Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2017

Ahmed Eraky was the coolist tour guide. He taught me so much and showed me how to pray in the Mosque. And also had really good conservations about everything. I really enjoyed this whole tour and Ahmed is very Knowledgable.

Lee L

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better October 2016

What was supposed to be a 6 hour tour almost ended up being a 3 hour tour. The guide took us to the sights included but they didnt seem to require anywhere near 6 hours to see. It seems that they didn't originally plan to spend 6 hours with us, as there were apparently no scheduled bathroom stops or food stops, which would normally be included in any tour with a 6 hour duration. He took us to a part of the City of the Dead but we only saw 1 person living there. He seemed to want to finish up after 2-3 hours. We complained about not seeing people living in the City of the Dead. So he ended up taking us to a section that did have people living in it and did have shops. I dont know why he didnt take us there to begin with. Since we had extra time to fill, we had him take us to the Cairo Bazaar. That was very interesting.

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