Explore El Alamein War Cemetery & Alexandria Top Sights With Lunch & Guide Inc
  • Explore El Alamein War Cemetery & Alexandria Top Sights With Lunch & Guide Inc

    Full day trip to El Alameien and Alexandria, start with a visit to El Alamein Battlefield day Trip take a day trip to the Ware cemetery and the Military Museum

    Visit the Battlefield of World War II side by side Starting with El-Alamein War Museum and the War Cemetery that is known as the Commonwealth Cemetery then move to Alexandria Visit the best places in Alexandria start by visiting the Roman Theater then visit the Catacomb tomb the underground tomb back to the third century, after that have lunch break then visit the fortress of Qitbay the original location of the ancient lighthouse of Alexandria it was one of the Seven Wonders of the World. have lunch at Alexandria

    Itinerary
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    Stop At: El Alamein War Museum, Km 105, Alex Matrouh Desert Rd. El Alamein, El Alamein 51718 Egypt

    This museum is an excellent introduction to the North African campaigns of WWII, including the Battle of El Alamein. The museum has separate halls dedicated to the four main countries involved in the war: Great Britain, Italy, Germany and Egypt. Another hall contains collections of memorabilia, uniforms, photos and maps. On display outside is a range of tanks and artillery from the battlefield.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: El Alamein War Cemetery, Markaz Al Alamein Matrouh, El Alamein 51718 Egypt

    The Commonwealth War Cemetery is a haunting place where more than 7240 tombstones stand in regimented rows between beautifully tended desert plants. Most of the Commonwealth soldiers who lie here died in the Battle of El Alamein at the end of October 1942 and in the period immediately before that. As you enter, a separate memorial commemorating the Australian contingent is to your right. The cemetery is about 1km east of El Alamein's War Museum.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Roman Amphitheatre, Raml Station Square At Kom El Dekka near the Roman Museum, Alexandria 21599 Egypt

    Archaeological site featuring the remains of an ancient Roman theater, baths & a villa with mosaics.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa, Mohmad said Al halawane Mohmad said Al halawane, Alexandria 21599 Egypt

    The necropolis consists of a series of Alexandrian tombs, statues and archaeological objects of the Pharaonic funeral cult with Hellenistic and early Imperial Roman influences. Due to the time period, many of the features of the catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa merge Roman, Greek and Egyptian cultural points; some statues are Egyptian in style, yet bear Roman clothes and hair style whilst other features share a similar style. A circular staircase, which was often used to transport deceased bodies down the middle of it, leads down into the tombs that were tunneled into the bedrock during the age of the Antonine emperors (2nd century AD).[1] The facility was then used as a burial chamber from the 2nd century to the 4th century, before being rediscovered in 1900 when a donkey accidentally fell into the access shaft. To date, three sarcophagi have been found, along with other human and animal remains which were added later. It is believed that the catacombs were only intended for a single family, but it is unclear why the site was expanded in order to house numerous other individuals.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Pass By: Alexandria Library, Alexandria Egypt

    The Great Library of Alexandria in Alexandria, Egypt, was one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world. The Library was part of a larger research institution called the Mouseion, which was dedicated to the Muses, the nine goddesses of the arts.[10] The idea of a universal library in Alexandria may have been proposed by Demetrius of Phalerum, an exiled Athenian statesman living in Alexandria, to Ptolemy I Soter, who may have established plans for the Library, but the Library itself was probably not built until the reign of his son Ptolemy II Philadelphus. The Library quickly acquired a large number of papyrus scrolls, due largely to the Ptolemaic kings' aggressive and well-funded policies for procuring texts. It is unknown precisely how many such scrolls were housed at any given time, but estimates range from 40,000 to 400,000 at its height.

    Pass By: Citadel of Qaitbay, Alexandria, As Sayalah Sharq, Qesm Al Gomrok, Alexandria Governorate, Egypt

    The Citadel of Qaitbay is a 15th-century defensive fortress located on the Mediterranean sea coast, in Alexandria, Egypt. It was established in 1477 AD by Sultan Al-Ashraf Sayf al-Din Qa'it Bay. The Citadel is situated on the eastern side of the northern tip of Pharos Island at the mouth of the Eastern Harbour.



    Informacion Adicional
    "Confirmation will be received at time of booking"
    "Children must be accompanied by an adult"
    "Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required"
    "Wheelchair accessible"
    "Infants must sit on laps"
    "Most travelers can participate"
    "This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate"



    • Hora de Inicio7:30 AM
    • Lugar de comienzo: Traveler pickup is offered
      Pick up from Cairo or Alexandria hotels drop off to the same point


    • Duración: 8 hours
    • Cancelaciones y devoluciones: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
  • Incluye

    • All taxes, fees and handling charges
    • Lunch ( Sea food
    • Professional guide
    • Hotel pickup and drop-off
    • Transport by private vehicle
    • Private tour
    • Entry/Admission - El Alamein War Museum
    • Entry/Admission - El Alamein War Cemetery
    • Entry/Admission - Roman Amphitheatre
    • Entry/Admission - Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa

    No Incluye

    • Excess luggage charges (where applicable)
    • Drinks
    • Gratuities
  • 10/10

    Recomendación de los pasajeros 100%
    Rating basado en 1 Críticas verificadas

    Nuestros clientes

    • Stephen H
      Publicado el Miércoles, 11 de abril del 2018

      In our journey throughout Egypt, this trip was one of the best. We had a slight delay for our start on our side, not the guides but our guide, Mohamed Sheta. The great thing about this tour is that you will travel through time the end of ancient Egypt through to wow and now of Alexandria. Mohamed shared many wonderful insights to his Egypt and our driver kept us on track, on pace and through the crazy Egyptian traffic. Lunch was at a very nice restaurant on the Mediterranean sea for our dining view pleasure. Throughout the adventure Mohamed kept us engaged and there was plenty of laughter had this day. I had also asked, for s drive by to the new hard rock in Cairo on the way back as my niece is a pin collector and the café had just opened. This too was accommodated and I am very thankful for the allowance. I cannot recommend this tour enough, nor Mohamed. I would also say, that you need to make Mohamed share some of his pictures of his wife's cakes....She has an incredible skill and the it just adds to the WOW factor of this tour!

        Calificación General: 10/10
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