Alexandria Shore Excursions

Alexandria is a fascinating  unique and diversity destination, with Alexandria Shore Excursions feel the charming with this amazing city, where you can explore Qaitbay Citadel, stare at Montazah Palace, then head out towards to visit the gleaming find of Cairo like Dahshur and Sakkara Pyramids, Egyptian Museum and more with Ibis Egypt Tours.

Enjoy amazing trip from Alexandria port to Qaitbay Citadel, it is the most gleaming landmarks of Alexandria besides it was the strongest fortress on the Mediterranean Sea, scout around the most fascinating parts of this citadel which dated back to 1480s, it was built by El Sultan Al Ashraf Qaitbay, on the ruins of the legendary light house of Alexandria (Pharos) which was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and more with Alexandria port trips.

When you traveling toAlexandriado not miss the eye-catching beauty of the fascinating and flourishing view of Montazah Palace, be astonishment while walkthrough its gardens, It is located on a hill overlooking the Mediterranean, thus offering spectacular views of the coast. The Montazah Palace shown in this presentation is a piece of beauty built by those great kings in the first half of the 20th century. The complex, which size ranges around 360 acre, overseas a gulf that was called Al Montazah Gulf, The complex contains five beaches for swimming: Aida, Cleopatra, Vanessa, Semiramis, and the private beach of Helnan Palestine Hotel. All sorts of sea activity can be done in Montaza. One can ride a sea boat and take a ride around the complex or you can go waterskiing as well, diving, snorkeling, or even just chill out in front of the sea and more with tours from Alexandria.

And more Alexandria attractions such as pompeys pillar is the biggest memorial column in Egypt, The Pompey`s pillar is located within the zone of the Serapeum of Alexandria and Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, it is Initially built for a wealthy family practicing a fusion of Ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman religion, the tomb dates back to the 1st and 2nd centuries AD, the Catacombs of Kom el-Shouqafa entombed over 300 mummies. Be witness with some characteristics of designs like the winged sun disk of the god horus and the upper crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, The catacombs are a monumental testament to the enduring myths of Ancient Egypt despite centuries of Greek and Roman rule. Kom el-Shoqqafa means literally “piles of shreds.” It was discovered by pure chance in 1900 when a donkey drawn cart fell into a pit and more with shore excursions Alexandria.

Ibis Egypt Tours provide day tours to Cairo from Alexandria port while you can visit pyramids of Giza, the great sphinx, and Valley temple. Unleash your inner demand seeking for new knowledge concerning Pharaonic history while explore the gleaming finds of the Valley temple in Giza, which is considering the oldest stone buildings in Egypt, is located in front of Khafre Pyramid beside the Sphinx, it is characterized by magnificent of engineering, and its distinctive architectural style, The Valley Temple was the main entrance to the pyramid complex but not used as just entrance it was connected to the Nile River via a canal, beside it was part of the funerary complex including along with the pyramid burial chamber and a mortuary temple and more with Alexandria port shore excursions.

Enjoy a delightful Tours to World War ii Cemeteries in Alamein from Alexandria Port, feel the ravishing while stare at World War II Cemeteries which contain wide range of the remain of World War II, stare at war Museum while scout the most remains of Civil war, moreover visit Tel el Eisa and take a look to British and German cemeteries, approximately around 4,200 solider, and Italian cemetery approximately around 5.200 tombs, There is also a Commonwealth war cemetery with graves of soldiers from various countries who fought on the British side and more with Ibis Egypt Tours.

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