Get ready for another city tour after breakfast.
The Egyptian Museum , one of the largest museums in the region; it beholds more than 100,000 pieces of antiques, including the golden mask of the famous king Tutankhamun and the statues of the three pharaohs; founders of the pyramids.
Salah El Din Citadel, one of Cairo’s top attractions, acted as a defensive fortress with its high walls and used to be the seat of the government for 700 years. You’ll also find Mohamed Ali Mosque, an Islamic architectural masterpiece that was built by Mohamed Ali Pasha in the 19th century.
Khan El Khalili: the historic open market that lays in the heart of old Cairo, where you’ll find the best souvenirs while having a walk.