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Private guided full-day tour to Alexandria from Cairo by car to visit the most famous Alexandria tourist attractions includes visiting of Alexandria Library, the Catacomb, Pompey’s Pillar, and Qaitbay Citadel.
Alexandria is a bride of the Mediterranean, it is the second capital of Egypt, and one of most beautiful cities in Egypt, includes many important historical and tourist attractions, as well as entertainment venues. A one-day excursion to Alexandria from Cairo includes a visit to the various architectural monuments of the Greco-Roman era for which this city is so famous.
The distance from Cairo to Alexandria is 220 KM via Cairo - Alexandria Desert Road, it takes about 3 hours by bus or car. The Road is a free road and one of the main roads in Egypt. It was established in 1935, linking the Egyptian capital Cairo and Alexandria.
The Roman theater is located in Kom El-Dikka. It was built at the beginning of the 4th century AD.
Qaitbay citadel is located at the end of Pharos Island, in the far west of the city of Alexandria, the citadel is surrounded by the sea from 3 sides. It was build in 1477 AD, it is considered one of the oldest tourist places in Alexandria.
Pompey's Pillar is , where tourists from all over the world flock to it to witness the history that prevailed during a period of Alexandria. The Alexandrians built it for the Roman Emperor Diocletian.
The Catacombs is one of the most important archaeological cemeteries in Alexandria, located in Kom El-Shoqafa area. the tombs reflect the blending of the Pharaonic and Roman civilizations. The tombs were discovered by chance in 1900 AD when a donkey fell into one of the tombs 12 m underground.
The museum was a palace of a former wood merchant. It was purchased by the US Embassy for 53,000 pounds, and then the Supreme Council of Antiquities bought it for 12 million pounds. It is built in the Italian style and contains more than 1,800 antiquities that include the Pharaonic, Ptolemaic, Roman, Byzantine, Islamic and modern times.
The Royal Jewelry Museum in Zizinia is one of the most attractive tourist places, it includes about 11,000 pieces of the most valuable jewelry of the royal families in Egypt, from the era of Muhammad Ali Pasha until the era of Farouk I.
The museum includes a collection of antiques and jewelry belonging to Queen Nariman and Princesses Fawzia and Faiza Fouad, as well as antiques of King Fouad and others.