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Recensione di: Leith Patrick K , settembre 2016
Outstanding. Our guide picked us up as scheduled and drove to Alexandria. We saw many sights and the guide explained them in detail. We visited the Library at Alexandria. The building is as much a work of art as the collections. Very nice lunch overlooking the bay and then a pleasant drive back to our hotel in Cairo. My only regret was having to leave. Highly recommended.
Recensione di: Rajdeep S , luglio 2015
Worth doing! Again Osama took us out to Alexandria. He was great, and kind and showed us the key spots. My only regret is to have spent more time here but we only signed up for the day. Great city.
Recensione di: Silvio L , ottobre 2014
Some people don't get a guide in Cairo. That's a mistake. If you have a private guide with you, like we did, your days (and I mean, every single day) will be just amazing. Firstly, our guide spoke great english. Secondly, he is a fun, approachable, professional and extremely knowledgeable guy!!! Our guide was very proud of their history so it was just very exciting to listen to everything he had to say. The guide was also very flexible!! We had a day trip to Alexandria that we decided not to do anymore, as we felt there was still quite a lot to learn and see in Cairo. So, our guide asked us what we wanted to see and we managed to change our plans and have a great day. He quickly realised we didn't want to, for instance, do the cruises and all the super touristic stuff so he took us to a restaurant he goes to very often and likes very much. We tried a very traditional meal called 'Kushari' and it's delicious, really worth trying! Anyway, definitely take a guide. It's worth the money, you feel safer, less 'uncomfortable with the guys staring at you etc.
A guide is essential for you to have a great time and learn a lot!
Recensione di: Miguelangel M , luglio 2012
Nice drive to Alexandria. Interesting tour.
Recensione di: John g K , giugno 2011
Again Khlaed Lotfy our Egyptogist and our driver were superb.We were able to modify our standard agenda and skip some of the planned sights and have a wonderful pinic on the Alexandria coast with our tour group providing a pinic lunch and allowing us to see the lovely Egyptian families at play on the beach.Definitely the best group of tour personnel.
Recensione di: Nathan W , giugno 2010
Recensione di: Genesis A , Philippines, maggio 2010
Recensione di: Halsi H , Canada, aprile 2010
Recensione di: Jim B , Canada, marzo 2010
Recensione di: Raymond P , USA, marzo 2010
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Recensione di: Sarah F , USA, gennaio 2010
Recensione di: Richard C , USA, novembre 2009
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Recensione di: Cynthia S , USA, dicembre 2008
Recensione di: Denis D , Belgium, novembre 2008
Recensione di: Shaun K , Canada, novembre 2008
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Recensione di: Pamela B , marzo 2012
This was terrific. Alexandria is an old, historic city from the Greek and Roman times in Egypt. The beaches have eroded but the new library is wonderful. I am sure there are still many antiquities still undiscovered since the historic sites are in the middle of areas of housing that have been there 100 years or so.
Recensione di: Trine , United Kingdom, aprile 2011
This trip shows you a different side to Egypt. A bit quieter but just as interesting. The catacombs are a truly amazing sight and should not be missed. The standing pillar is also very spectacular. The library is a beautiful modern building, but you will need to take cash with you as the museums inside you have to pay to visit and they confiscate handbags on entering the library.
Recensione di: Sharyn O , gennaio 2011
Excellent - the guide was very knowledgeable. The only issue I had was I tried to contact the supplier many times, per the voucher form to confirm the details of my trip but no one answered the phone.
Recensione di: Gregory B , novembre 2010
Recensione di: Ryan M , USA, maggio 2010
Recensione di: George S , USA, marzo 2010