this Sempre Travel Egypt trip to Alexandria sightseeing from Cairo to Alexandria brings you to Egypt’s second-largest city, the gem of the Mediterranean, a seaside town with a lengthy history.

Alexandria sightseeing

Alexandria sightseeing is one of our featured excursions.

The trip is offered at non-competitive prices and includes attractions that tourists from all over the world come to see, such as the following:

  • Catacombs of Alexandria – Kom El Shoqafa
  • Alexandria’s Pompey Pillar
  • Citadel of Qaitbay
  • Alexandrina Bibliotheca

Does this flight have its schedule?

Yes, the trip has a dedicated schedule.

Visiting places takes place within a perfectly organized program.

We begin our travel from Cairo to Alexandria, early in the morning.

Enjoy the trip through a palm-fringed neighborhood and see old homes from the English colony’s heyday.

When we arrive in Alexandria, our first visit is at the following:

Alexandria sightseeing
Alexandria sightseeing

Catacombs of Alexandria – Kom El Shoqafa

The Alexandria Catacombs have created three levels down into the rock-cut subsurface and are one of the most significant cemeteries from the Roman period.

The reliefs on the walls show a blend of Greco-Roman and ancient Egyptian civilization, making the Alexandria Catacombs a unique sight.

Our journey continues to the following:

Alexandria Sightseeing: Alexandria’s Pompey Pillar

This place is of the very important areas that we will go to on this trip, as many customers choose that trip specifically for their visit.

One of the Alexandria Egypt Landmarks, a 28-meter high red granite column.

This column was created as a memorial to Diocletian, as the inscription on it makes it clear.

It is worth noting that Diocletian was a Roman ruler and not Pompey, as the Crusaders believed in the past.

We stop for lunch at a local eatery before driving to Alexandria’s eastern harbor entrance to see the sights.

Citadel of Qaitbay

The Citadel of Qaitbay is a landmark in Alexandria.

One should not go on Alexandria sightseeing without visiting it.

It was built in the year 1480.

Sultan Al-Ashraf Sayf Ad-Din Qaitbay held the Qaitbay Citadel.

It was erected as one of several castles along Egypt’s shore to fortify the Egyptian coastline against the Ottomans.

He erected the Qaitbay Citadel on the eastern side of Pharos Island.

On the location of the once famed Alexandria lighthouse, one of the ancient world’s seven wonders.

The Pharos Lighthouse served until the Arab invasion.

It was gradually devastated by a series of calamities until an earthquake in the 14th century finally demolished it.

In short, our Cairo trips continue to the world-renowned Pyramids of Giza.

Alexandrina Bibliotheca

We concluded our Alexandria sightseeing trip to go to the Bibliotheca Alexandrina.

This library is one of the most prominent landmarks in Egypt and also the whole world.

Our Cairo Alexandria trip is a visit to the world-famous Bibliotheca Alexandrina, which also contains the world’s most extensive collection of historical books.

Today, the Alexandria Library’s new architectural design incorporates elements of the previous structure, which is destroying by fire and lost many precious items.

In short, the Bibliotheca Alexandria was able to reclaim its international reputation thanks to donations from all across the world.

Our Cairo Alexandria for the tour concludes with a visit to the Bibliotheca Alexandrina.

One of the world’s most beautiful towns, Alexandria – the Mediterranean’s jewel.

We will return you to your hotel after an exciting day.

In short, our last piece of advice to you is to hurry up to book, as places are minimal.

Do not waste this memorable trip from your hands and seize the opportunity.

And contact us to inquire about anything you think about the trip, and then seek to book immediately.