Treasures and Tut


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Treasures and Tut

Highlights / General details
See Egypt’s most fascinating ancient artifacts.
Learn about King Tutankhamun and his golden treasures.
Find out why Liberation Square is a hotspot for political street art.
Sail the Nile in a traditional wooden sailing boat known as a felucca.
Indulge in an authentic local lunch of koshary.

Guided tour of the museum; Museum entrance fee; Koshary dish; Felucca boat ride

Hotel pick-up and drop-off; Entrance to the museum’s Mummies Room; Gratuities.

Hours of operation
Available daily at 9:00am.

Approximately 6 hours.

Meeting point: King Hotel reception area, 20 Abdel Rahim Sabry Street, Dokki, Cairo.
Ending point: King Hotel, Dokki.

What’s a trip to Cairo without a time warp back to ancient Egypt? This Cairo tour takes you through time from the modern-day streets of the city to the ancient treasures of the Egyptian Museum. You’ll wander past Cairo’s current icons, like the new Opera House and Liberation Square, the site of many political events during the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. You’ll see street art and graffiti throughout the square, representing Egyptians’ views about the Revolution and political parties.
From there, your Cairo city tour will take you to the museum, where you’ll head back in time to the world of the ancient Egyptians. Your local guide will regale you with stories of ancient Egyptian beliefs, as you examine thousands of artifacts in one of the greatest museums in the world.
You’ll see not just collections from the era of the pharaohs, but also artifacts ranging from prehistoric to Roman times — in fact, there are roughly 120,000 objects in total in the entire museum! Mind-blowing.
Of course, for most, the highlight of all these unearthed treasures is the funerary artifacts from Egypt’s most infamous king: the one and only King Tutankhamun. Get ready to be dazzled by golden gems.
Once you’ve wandered the halls, your Cairo tour will take you for a lunch break of some koshary, one of the most popular dishes in Egypt. You’ll head outdoors for a Nile cruise and board a felucca, a traditional sailing boat that has been used by the Egyptians for thousands of years. Chat with the captain to gain some insight into his day-to-day work, then head back to the mainland to reunite with modern-day Cairo once again.

Additional Information
Dress standard: Please ensure your shoulders and knees are covered.

Participant restrictions
Children between the ages of 6 and 11 inclusively are permitted on this tour at the adult rate listed. Children under the age of 6 are permitted to join this tour free of charge, but please make sure you inform our guides of this before you take the tour.

Cancellation: 2 days prior 100% penalty. No show 100% penalty.
Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.

**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**

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