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Best Turkey Egypt Travel Package – Combining Two Magical Countries.
Travel to Istanbul Turkey and Egypt in one unique travel package offering you the best of the two great cities in Turkey & Egypt. Discover the wonders of the Ancient World.
Both Egypt and Turkey are rich in cultures and history well so this tour is the perfect choice
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Upon arrival our assistance will meet and assist you to finish all formalities then
you will be transferred to your hotel, overnight at hotel.
be ready for your first day of your adventure in Egypt and Turkey
After breakfast, Take a day tour to the great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx, enjoy Camel ride at the desert of the Pyramids.
after that take a lunch break then continue visiting Saqqara Pyramids and tombs visit the step Pyramid of King Zoser the oldest Pyramid in Egypt and many tombs of ancient Egyptian Nobles then move to the oldest capital of Egypt Memphis to see the huge statue of King Ramses the great after this trip back to your hotel in Cairo, Overnight.
After breakfast, take a day trip to the Egyptian museum of Cairo you will enjoy the treasure of king Tutankhamon
and many artifacts more than 120000 piece of art, after that you will have lunch at local restaurant BBQ chicken.
Then will visit the Oldest churches in the world this place that blessed by the holy family when they visited Egypt as it is mentioned in the holy Bible , visit also the slums of Cairo near by the old churches.
After that back to your hotel overnight at Cairo.
After breakfast and you check out from your hotel in Cairo flying to Aswan city.
Start your tour in Aswan by visiting the Temple of Agilika Island Philae Island this temple
Dedicated to Goddess ISIS Goddess of love this temple located on the heart of the Nile
you will reach it by Motor boat most of the obelisks in Untied State of America taken from this temple.
After that move to your Nile cruise to have lunch and relax the rest of the day.
over night on board your dinner will be on board.
After breakfast on board your Nile cruise will arrive at Komobo temple or the Crocodile temple
visit very unique temple on the bank of the Nile dedicated to God Sobek the Crocodile.
Visit also the Crocodile Museum it is the only museum for the Mummies of the Crocodiles.
Back to your cruise for Lunch then continue sailing towards Edfu city visit the falcon temple
Dedicated to one of the most famous God in ancient Egypt God Hours the falcon.
after this trip to Edfu temple back to your Nile cruise rest to the end of the day.
Dinner on board , overnight on board.
New day trip from your cruise to visit the Valley of the Kings at the west bank of Luxor the burial place of the ancient Pharaohs
visit the colorful tombs of the great Pharaohs then visit the temple of queen Hatshepsut and Memnon statues.
After that back to your cruise to have lunch break then continue your trip to the Karnak temple the largest temple in the world
that dedicated to God Amun then end your day at Luxor temple then back to your cruise for dinner on board.
After breakfast on board you will checkout then you will be escorted to Cairo upon arrival you will be welcomed and transfer to your hotel in Cairo
After your breakfast you will be escorted to the airport to fly too Istanbul ( flight not included) upon arrival to Istanbul
you will be welcomed and then transfer to your hotel.Enjoy the afternoon at your leisure in Istanbul, with your other half.
Your private tour of Istanbul starts with a visit to the Hippodrome, once known as the largest chariot race grounds of the Byzantine Empire. You will take a short walk to the Blue Mosque.
Visit the magnificent Topkapı Palace, which was once the residence of the sultans for almost three centuries and located on the peninsula extending out between the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn, offering magical views. In the Treasury section, you will see breathtaking displays, including the 7th largest diamond of the world, better known as the Spoonmaker’s Diamond.
After your lunch break, you can both continue to St. Sophia, the church of the Divine Wisdom. This architectural marvel was built during Emperor Justinian reign in 537 AD, and remained the greatest church in Christendom, until the conquest of Constantinople in 1453, by Sultan Mehmet II, who ordered the conversion of Hagia Sophia into a Mosque.
Make sure to tour the Underground Cistern, which was built by Justinian in the 6th century. It is seventy meters wide and one-hundred and forty meters long, with a capacity of 80,000 m³ of water. It has 336 beautiful columns that support the cistern, two of which are carved with the head of Medusa on the plinth.
Finally, visit the Grand Bazaar, the largest and oldest covered Bazaar in Turkey with more than 4,000 shops, and great place to spoil each other with gifts and souvenirs.
Begin your day with a Bosphorus cruise into the narrow strait of water separating the Asian and European continents, and the lifeblood of Istanbul. Passing along the shores of the Bosphorus you will view magnificent palaces, restored Ottoman villas, impressive fortresses and the waterside residences of Istanbul’s elite.
The next stop of your tour will be at the Spice Bazaar. Discover the lively and fragrant marketplace that has been in operation since the 17th century. Start with a walk through the colorful corridors, filled with stalls emanating aromatic herbs and spices. Your guide will help you find the best kiosks, as you venture off for 45 minutes on your own. During your stroll, experience the Spice Bazaar, as a local.
Start your afternoon with the 19th century Beylerbeyi Palace, one of the largest and most beautiful Ottoman palaces. Built by Sarkis Balyan, a renowned Armenian architect, learn about the grandeur of this Ottoman monument as you admire views along the waterfront of the Bosphorous Strait.
Conclude your day by leaving the Beylerbeyi Palace and head across the expansive Bosphorus Bridge, connecting the European and Asian continents. Enjoy the feeling of crossing from one continent to the other in only two minutes! Continue to Camlica Hill on the Asian side. As you arrive at Istanbul’s peak point, hop out for an opportunity to capture sweeping views of the city’s skyline. Surrounding this vantage point, your guide will point out the wonderful Ottoman gardens making this view even more irresistible.
Take a transfer to the Istanbul Attaturk Airport, for your return flight to Istanbul and your later connection home.