2 Days Cairo and Alexandria from Port Said

Cairo / Alexandria
Golavita Travel

1 Day

Golavita Travel
Tour type

Private sightseeing tour

2 Days Cairo and Alexandria from Port Said
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Tour Details

Explore some of the top Egypt attractions in your 2 Days in Cairo and Alexandria from Port Said with Egypt tours. Booking this Port Said shore excursion means you will visit the best Cairo attractions such as the Giza Pyramids Complex and the Great Sphinx. As well as, the top Alexandria attractions such as the Catacomb of Kom El Shoqafa, Pompey's Pillar, and the Citadel of Qaitbey. Golavita Travel offers these unique Egypt shore excursions to get the best Egypt has to offer in Cairo and Alexandria. Meanwhile, the tour is private with a private archeologist tour guide and private A/C new brand vehicle to ensure the best services for all our clients in their Port Said shore excursion.


    • Round transfer with modern A/C vehicle
    • Entrance fee for all the sightseeing
    • Expert Egyptologist guide
    • One night at a 5***** hotel in Cairo
    • All service charges and taxes


    • Beverages during the tour
    • Tipping


    • Pickup & Drop Off: Port Said Port
    • Wheelchair: Accessible

    Tour Highlights

    • Giza Pyramids Complex
    • Cheops Pyramids
    • Queen Pyramids
    • Tombs of Pyramid builders
    • Valley temple
    • Sphinx
    • Grand Egyptian Museum
    • Pompey's Pillar
    • Catacomb of Kom El Shoqafa
    • Alexandria Library
    • Citadel of Qaitbey

    What to pack?

    • Hat, Sunglasses & Sun cream
    • Comfortable shoes and clothes
    • Heavy clothes in winter

Tour itinerary

  • Day 1 Cairo Attractions

    Golavita travel expert tour guide will be waiting with your name on a sign at Port Said Port to start your overnight tour to some of the top Egypt attractions. You will start with Cairo attractions. Upon arrival to Cairo, you will start your Cairo day tour with the biggest archeological Museum in the world right now.

    Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM)

    The newly opened Grand Egyptian Museum near the Giza Pyramids is the largest archaeological museum in the world. The GEM Museum is designed to house a vast collection of artifacts from the beginning of Egyptian history till the Greco-Roman era. The Grand Egyptian Museum is the only Hanging Obelisk till now in the world. Besides, the Grand Staircase with 11 statues of Senusert, the Grand Atrium, and statues of most Ptolemaic kings especially Cleopatra. Overall, the treasures of Tutankhamun are from his tomb in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor.

    Lunch: Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant near both the Grand Museum and Giza Pyramids.

    Giza Pyramids and the Sphinx

    The Pyramids of Giza on the Giza plateau are home to the famous Pyramids, Cheops Pyramid, Chephren Pyramid, and Menkaure Pyramid from the 4th Dynasty, Old Kingdom. These mind-blowing constructions still amazed the historian about their impossible perfection. Moreover, the relationship between the Pyramids and the Orion Belt still needs more studies.

    Cheops Pyramid

    The Great Pyramid of Cheops is the only surviving wonder of the old wonder. Originally, it was 146 m but now it’s only 137 m in height and about 7 million tons in weight. The Great Pyramid includes 3 small Queen Pyramids, Tombs of Pyramid builders, a Purification temple, and 5 boat Pits including the Cheops Solat Boat now in the Grand Egyptian Museum.

    Valley Temple

    This temple is part of the Pyramid's complex and seems it was used for Mummification or at least performance the Opening of the Mouth rituals. Chephren Valley temple is the best-preserved one in Egypt right now.

    The Great Sphinx

    The famous Giza Sphinx is a huge statue with a human head and lion body measures 73 meters long and 20 meters in height. Between the paws of the Sphinx, you can see the Dream Stele for Prince Thutmose IV from the 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom. All Egypt travel packages include the Great Sphinx in their program as the third eye chakra place.

    Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

  • Day 2 Alexandria - Port Said

    Enjoy breakfast at your hotel then start your Alexandria day tour to some of the best Alexandria attractions.

    The Catacomb of Kom El Shoqafa

    The Catacomb of Kom El Shoqafa was considered one of the seven wonders of the Middle Ages and now it is a very famous Alexandria attraction. It dates back to the second century AD and it was used as a family tomb. Overall, the Catacomb of Kom El Shoqafa combines a mixture of Roman, Greek, and Egyptian cultures.

    Pompey's Pillar

    The Pompey Pillar is the largest monolithic column ever erected in Egypt. It is in the old Serapeum of Alexandria, a temple dedicated to the god Serapis. The Column stands for about 27 meters and is made of red granite from Aswan similar to Hatshepsut Obelisk in Karnak and you will discover it during Alexandria day tours. It was a memorial column Set up in honor of the Roman emperor Diocletian between 298 - 302 AD. Originally, there was a huge statue of Diocletian on top of the column. Also, there are some artifacts in the area such as a basin used for purification and, a black statue of basalt that dates back to the reign of Hadrian, representing the God Serapis in the shape of a bull.

    Bibliotheca Alexandrina

    The old Alexandria Library was the most famous in the classical world and housed a vast collection of scrolls and manuscripts. But the Bibliotheca Alexandrina or the modern Alexandria Library was inaugurated in 2002 as a revival of the ancient Library. The Bibliotheca Alexandrina includes several museums such as the Antiquities Museum, Manuscript Museum, Science Museum, Children Museum, and Sadat Museum.

    Lunch: Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant with a Sea view.

    Qaitbay Citadel | Fort Qaitbay

    The Alexandria Citadel or the Qaitbay Citadel stands above the ruins of the ancient Alexandria lighthouse. In other words, on the eastern side of the northern tip of Pharos Island. The Citadel was built during the Reign of the Mameluke Sultan Al-Ashraf Sayf al-Din Qaitbay in the 15th century. Unfortunately, it was damaged by a series of earthquakes between 956 and 1323. At the end of your tour, we will drive you back to your cruise ship at Port Said for final departure.

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  • What Are the Most Popular Shore Excursions from Port Said?

    Golavita Travel provides the most popular excursions during Egypt tours to enjoy your trip from our amazing Port Said shore excursions, we can help you to book 2 days Cairo and Alexandria from Port Said to enjoy all the top sites in Cairo and Alexandria.

  • Can I visit the Giza Pyramids from Port Said Shore Excursion?

    Yes, many of our Port Said shore excursions offer a visit to the Giza Pyramids to enjoy exploring the 3 Pyramids and the Sphinx in Pyramids tour from Port Said with Golavita Travel.

  • What is the Best Time to Take Port Said Shore Excursions?

    There are hot summers and little winters in Port Said's Mediterranean climate. April through October is the ideal time of year to visit Port Said with our amazing Egypt shore excursions.

  • Are There Any Cultural Excursions Available in Port Said?

    From our Port Said port trips you can enjoy day trips to Cairo to see the Pyramids of Giza, the Egyptian Museum, Saqqara, Memphis, and other historical sites, you can find these sites in our Giza Pyramids, Saqqara, and Memphis from Port Said.

  • Can I Book Port Said Shore Excursions in Advance?

    Yes, it is recommended to book your shore excursion in advance to ensure availability and to save time on the day of your visit.

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