Full day visit to Alamain. You will get to visit the War Musum of Alamain, where you will see the story of the war, different weapons and outfits for soliders of all participants forces. Then you get to visit the cemetry of commonwealth & German Cemetry.
Our Tour guide will pick you up from your hotel to start your private tour in Alexandria. Start your tour in Alexandria with the library of Alexandria the biggest library in the world now with 8 million books (visit its open court + free museums), then visit Site of lighthouse one of the seven wonders of ancient world we have now in same site castle of Qaitbey.
Visit Royal gardens of king Farouk to watch the royal Palaces of Haramlek and Salamlek, royal beaches of the queens; King Farouk is the last king in history of Egypt, then visit the prettiest and biggest mosque in the city Abbo Elabbas Mosque, unknown soldier of Alexandria, the statue of Alexander the great.
Optional stop for lunch. Move to visit the church of St. Mark the oldest church in Africa, drive along the Cornish 30 km to see the whole city of Alexandria from sea side including the old harbor of Alexandria where we found 7000 monuments underwater, stop over the famous bridge of Stanley modern land mark of modern Alexandria.
Visit the old down town of Alexandria and walk in the old city center of Alexandria to watch the real cold city of Alexandria which built by Alexander the great Travel in comfort back to your hotel.
Start your visit by private coach for your group to visit best sites in Alexandria. Start with – Catacombs. Dates back to 3rd century its mixture between Greek, Roman, Egyptian art, Site of lighthouse one of the seven wonders of ancient world, Abo Elabbas Mosque the prettiest mosque in Egypt, biggest in Alexandria, Palaces of Farouk, last king in history of Egypt, Park of Montazha, drive along the Cornish to see the whole city passing over bridge of stanly land mark of modern Alexandria then drive back to your hotel
Drive by a modern air-conditioned vehicle to Wadi El-Natrun, the actual birthplace for Christian monasticism. Basically, there were about 50 monasteries, only 4 have survived into modern times. Begin your trip with Deir al-Baramus which is the oldest of the surviving 4 monasteries, and in many ways the most isolated, then proceeds to DeirAnbaBishoi whose body is still in the monastery. Continue your trip to Deir Abu Maqar which is the richest monastery now in Wadi El-Natrun, as it has more than 100 monks and 600 workers in the extensive farm which spreads in front of it. You will end your trip with Deir El-Suryani which is the smallest and most compact of the 4 monasteries. Upon return to alexandria, You will get to make a photo stop for Alexandria Library ,Qaitbay Citadel.