Explore Alexandria in a single day with a private guide, traveling at your own pace and enjoying the beautiful weather by the sea, and even customize a tour to your liking!
Alexandria is an ancient city with a rich history. Located on the northern coast of Egypt, it is a seaport and a major economic center. Founded around 331 BCE by Alexander the Great, it was once the capital of Egypt and one of the great cities of the ancient world. Today, Alexandria is a bustling city of about 4 million people, with a vibrant culture and a rich array of attractions. From its ancient ruins and monuments to its modern malls and nightlife, Alexandria is a great destination for travelers looking to explore the history and culture of Egypt.
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You will have a wonderful time exploring the beautiful sites of Alexandria, including Qaitbay Citadel, Pompey's Pillar, The Great Library of Alexandria (Bibliotheca Alexandrina), The Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, The Roman Amphitheater, and more, with a private guide assisting you all through your tour, and even customize a tour to your liking!
The Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa
An underground burial ground featuring a unique blend of Pharaonic and Roman art, with a 3-level structure and intricate carvings.
The Roman Amphitheatre of Alexandria
A 2000-year-old amphitheater that is still in use today for concerts and performances.
Inside the theatre, you can explore the ruins that remain from its original construction, as well as a few of the later additions that were made during the Roman period.
The library is home to an impressive collection of books, periodicals, documents, and other artifacts from all over the world, and and offers a variety of tours, activities, and events for visitors to enjoy.
Whether you’re an avid reader or just interested in exploring the area, a visit to Bibliotheca Alexandrina is sure to be an unforgettable experience!
The Citadel of Qaitbay is one of the most impressive and historically significant landmarks in Alexandria.
From the ramparts, visitors can take in stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea, while enjoying the charm and atmosphere of one of Egypt’s most iconic landmarks.