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Two Days Tour from Hurghada to Cairo by Bus - Tours From Hurghada
Duration: 2 Days / 1 Night

Two Days Tour from Hurghada to Cairo by Bus

Location: Cairo – Giza
Availability
Everyday
Tour Type
Private
Pickup & Drop Off
Your Hotel in Hurghada

Bewitching 2 Days Tour from Hurghada to Cairo by Bus

The two days tour from Hurghada to Cairo by bus is an out-of-this-world trip that’ll get you to fall down into the rabbit hole. You’ll learn what it looks like to go above and beyond the normal amount of thinking any brain is capable of. Cairo, where the majority of the civilization is presented, is all that your trip will be about, visiting its Giza Pyramids Complex, the Great Sphinx in Giza, as well as the Egyptian Museum, Khan El Khalili Bazaar in Cairo per se. Tours from Hurghada company have incomparable features that tell a lot about its elegance, such as the exquisite accommodation, the expert guide, along with the private fancy vehicle, so book with us now!!

Tour Details

Duration 2 Days / 1 Night
Tour Location Cairo – Giza
Tour Availability Everyday
Pickup & Drop Off Your Hotel in Hurghada
Tour Type Private

Tour Inclusions

  • 1st class bus tickets from Hurghada to Cairo and return.
  • Pick up services from your hotel in Hurghada and return.
  • All transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Private Egyptologist tour guide throughout your trip.
  • Entrance fees to all the sights in Cairo and Giza.
  • 2 Lunch meals during the trip.
  • Mineral water and soft drink on board the vehicle.
  • 1 Night Accommodation at 5* Hotel based on B.B.
  • 1 Breakfast at 5* hotel.
  • All services charges and taxes.

Tour Exclusions

  • Any extras not mentioned in the program.
  • Tipping.

Tour Highlights

Giza Attractions

  • Giza Pyramids Complex.
  • The Great Sphinx.
  • The Valley Temple.
  • Saqqara Step Pyramid.

Cairo Attractions

  • The Egyptian Museum.
  • Salah El-Din Citadel.
  • Mohamed Ali Mosque.
  • Khan El-Khalili Bazaar.

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Tour Safety Measures for Covid-19

  • Social distancing is highly accentuated throughout the tour.
  • Transportation vehicles are permanently sanitized.
  • Permanent temperature checks for the crew.
  • Immediate temperature checks upon the travelers’ arrival.
  • Hand sanitizers are handed to the staff and travelers.
  • Distancing payments for add-ons and gratuities.
  • Face masks are handed to our reps, travelers, drivers, and guides during the trip.
  • Reps and guides, drivers are permanently required to thoroughly wash hands.

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Tour Reviews

  • Annie Dec 2021

    It was our first visit to Egypt so me and my family didn't know what to expect. Thankfully our tour guide Manal Ahmed who by the way is the ONLY FEMALE tour guide in Hurghada! Than...

  • kbam1968 Jun 2021

    We booked 2 day trip to Cairo and Luxor directly with “Tours from Hurgharda” before we left the UK. Responding promptly to any query or concerns that we may have had. Thank y...

  • SLJW13 May 2021

    The main reason for the 5 stars is the communication from the company and the guide and driver they provided. I was very apprehensive booking from the UK with only email correspond...

  • nazli.sacls Apr 2022

    I visited Egypt with friends.Thank you tours from hurghada for an amazing experience..our guide Mohamed Elshamei was fantastic...knowledgable and nothing was to much to ask of him ...

  • Barbara M Apr 2022

    Early 4am start, arrived by 7am. security as in Europe. Arrived at opening of Cairo Museum and had the place to ourselves for a while, saw Tut exhibition very easily.Excellent. Als...

Day One: Pyramids & Saqqara Day Tour

Tour Itinerary - Tours From Hurghada (4)

Your two days tour from Hurghada to Cairo by bus will start with delivering you from your hotel in Hurghada to Hurghada’s Bus Station to catch your first-class bus to Cairo. As soon as you make it safely to Cairo’s bus station, we’ll pick you up by an A/C vehicle all the way to meet your guide at your first authentic location for the day:

Giza Pyramids Complex

Giza Pyramids Complex is often referred to as the mighty Giza Necropolis. The typical complex welcomes a bunch of grounds that were established altogether over the period that’s tucked between 2600 and 2500 BC. These grounds are owned by the triple massive pyramids along the side with their associations of six breathtaking pyramids, as well as the valley temple and the great sphinx.

The Great Pyramid

The so-called Great pyramid, also going by Khufu Pyramid, was announced to be totally established in 2600 BC. The magnificence of the pyramid needs more than one brain to takin in. Built with a fleet of 2,300,000 million sublime stones, the great pyramid’s architecture has the ability to warp you in a bubble of astonishment from head to toe. Egypt is, for sure, must be more than privileged to be gifted with the last survived wonder out of the seven wonders of the ancient world!

The Great Sphinx

The combined figure of the Great Sphinx was built back during the dominance of king Khafre. It’ll do something to your head being in one place as that incomparable sculpture. You’ll get the chance to be overwhelmed by the presence of the was-built-around-2500 BC creation that combines two of the most powerful figures eternally, a lion, and a king, who’s assumed to be king Khafre.

The Valley Temple

The Valley Temple was built totally as a dedication for King Khafre, a king who belonged to the 4th Dynasty. The two reasons for which the building was built are, firstly, it was used as a purification headquarters for the king’s figure before his mummifying. The second reason was, to make the king undergo the procedures of the mummification process, which helped the king to build his way through immortality.

It’s about time, at this point, to have your local lunch for the first day, then, directly, you’ll be continuing your journey to the next landmark.

Saqqara Step Pyramid

The one-of-its-like pyramid is standing out for its 6 out-of-this-world mastabas. On top of having a grand number of hypnotizing aesthetics, it also gained its worldwide reputation as being the first actual and oldest pyramid the Egyptian Civilization has ever witnessed. Saqqara step pyramid is another unique and rare pyramid the world has that was creatively built during the twenty-seventh century BC.

Here comes the end of our first day, thus, we’ll be privileged to guide you to check-in at your planned hotel for the overnight.

Meals: Lunch

Overnight: Cairo Hotel

Day Two: Museums, Citadel & Khan El Khalili Day Tour

Tour Itinerary - Tours From Hurghada (1)

The next day will have a decent beginning, starting with your deluxe breakfast being served at your hotel, followed by your checking out, and then by dropping you off at your first marvelous site to meet your Egyptologist tour guide:

The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian museum came into existence in 1902 to include endless valuables behind the folds of its walls. Among the valuables are collections, that are highly preserved, of the official cemeteries of Thuya, Psusennes, and Yuya, along with Tanis’s treasures. Not only that but also, the Narmer Palette, which serves as a testimony of the unity of the Lower & Upper Egypt under one king.

After exploring the contents of the Egyptian Museum, you’ll be offered to have your second lunch of the tour at a local restaurant. Then continue your tour by exploring:

Salah El-Din citadel

Salah El-Din citadel was built in 1183–1184, as an invincible fortification that got to undergo a number of renovations to overpower the castle. You’ll get to know that the castle served Salah El-Din along with his people, especially after the horror that the European crusader armies’ invasion, caused. Comes with Salah El-Din Castle is a mosque that has its location in common with it, which is Mohamed Ali Mosque.

Mohamed Ali Mosque

The mosque of Muhammad Ali has the typical location of Salah al‑Din Citadel in Cairo. People have had a sweet spot for this exact mosque that was totally built-in in 1848. The Mosque goes also by "Alabaster Mosque" based on its architectural fancy style presented in the marble paneling that’s located on both the exteriors and interiors of the mosque. The great Mosque of Mohammed Ali has 2 marvels presented in its double minarets picked up as being the highest ones in the great country of Egypt.

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization

The museum was totally established in 2017 to be the utter personification of grace. This gracious museum had an extremely jaw-dropping event that caught numerous eyes, which took place in 2021. Worldwide nations have been honored to witness an event that included transferring the royal mummies from The Egyptian Museum to the Egyptian Civilization’s National Museum, in Fustat city.

Al Muizz Street

Al Muizz street is a bypass sublime road that was founded over the span of the tenth century by the Fatimid Dynasty. Back then, it was the total essence of Old Cairo City, to the point that it used to go by the Qasaba. The mighty street held this kind of prestigious aura that captivated the attention to be the perfect spot for charitable and religious headquarters that came up according to the Egyptian Elites and governors' instructions.

Khan El Khalil Bazaar

Khan El Khalil Bazaar is a historical site that was established in 969 CE. what makes the bazaar rare and distinctive is being remarked as the most authentic souk in all of Egypt. You’ll be able to bargain over various types of fresh heavy-scented spices. Along with other merch that you can purchase, such as perfumes, oils, unique antiques along with traditional costumes.

Finally, your two days tour from Hurghada to Cairo by bus will be due here, and we’ll have your company until catching your first-class bus back to Hurghada, then we’ll deliver you to your hotel in Hurghada by an A/C vehicle.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

P/S: There's a chance of taking your suggestions, that relate to the program, into consideration, including removing or adding any unmentioned destinations to fit with your desires and imaginations.

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