Breakfast at the hotel.
Next, we will start the city tour concentrating on the main points of interest of the largest city in all of Africa. The visit begins with the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, where Tutankhamun's treasure stands out among numerous collections of objects from different periods of the Pharaonic era with incalculable cultural value. The entrance to this site will give you a unique opportunity to learn in great detail the operation of this civilization.
After a stop for lunch, we will visit the Coptic Quarter, an area of the city characterized by being a melting pot of religions in the course of history where Christians, Jews and Muslims have coexisted. Its monuments include the Hanging Church, built on the Fortress of Babylon; the Church of San Sergio, where it is believed that the Holy Family went into exile in it when they fled from Herod; and the Ben Ezra Synagogue, one of the oldest in the country dating from the 7th century.
Later you will go to the area of the Saladin Citadel, a fortress where the imposing Mohamed Ali Mosque stands out, as well as several museums and gardens that are hidden within its walls. And finally, we will head to Fatimi Cairo, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This area was founded in the 10th century as a royal enclosure for the Fatimid caliphs, therefore, it is full of mosques and other Islamic constructions of great historical importance. And they will be able to stroll through the picturesque bazaar of Khan el-Khalili, a former commercial area of the 14th century where today you can buy all kinds of souvenirs without forgetting the traditional haggling. Later return to the hotel where you will have the rest of the afternoon/night free.