You will be met by our private Egyptologist English-speaking guide at your Cairo hotel to accompany you by air-conditioned car to visit the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo.
The Museum of Islamic Art is famous for its exceptional collection of rare woodwork, plaster artifacts, metal, ceramic, glass, crystal, and textile objects from all periods from all over the Islamic world.
Then you will move to visit the glory of Islamic Architecture, the mosque, and the madrasa of Sultan Hassan called the 4th pyramid of Egypt due to its greatness.
Finally, you will go back to your hotel.
Salah El Din Citadel
Visit Salah El Din Citadel including Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque:
The Citadel is one of Cairo's main attractions and probably the most popular Islamic moment in Cairo. Salah El-Din built it in 1176 AD, it was the place of most Egypt’s rulers for 700 years between the 9th and 12th century. Mohammed Ali was the last ruler in the citadel.
Muhammad Ali Mosque
The Muhammad Ali Mosque is located within the Citadel of Salah al-Din, and was built by Muhammad Ali in 1848. This mosque was called the Alabaster Mosque, referring to the marble slabs that covered its interior walls. It was also called Alabaster Mosque which is one of the types of marble used in construction, also There is inside this Moeshea the tomb of Muhammad Ali.
The Egyptian Museum
Then move to visit (The Egyptian Museum)
The Egyptian Museum is the oldest museum in the world entirely dedicated to Egyptian culture, which is why there is a private guide who talks and explains the fundamental stages of its formation, from the birth of the collection to the present day.
Among the museum's unparalleled antiquities is the Narmer painting, which immortalizes the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt under one king, and is among the museum's priceless artifacts. In addition to a large group of statues of the great Kings, Cheops, Chephren and Menkaure, the builders of the Pyramids of Giza.
Souk of Khan el-Khalili.
Then move to visit Souk of Khan el-Khalili.
And one of the oldest souks in Cairo.
Khan el-Khalili is one of Cairo's main attractions. This is the souk of the old city, a large market as crowded as it is noisy, but with spicy and unique colors and scents.
We will cross its labyrinthine streets, real open-air museums. The best place in town to buy souvenirs and copies of Ancient Egyptian artifacts.
Ater will back to Cairo Hotel.
All transfers in a private air-conditioned car to/from your hotel.