Egypt is a unique and impressive country with an ancestral culture and is characterized by a great historical and architectural heritage. Discover the main monuments built by ancient civilizations, their origin and history and how to get there. From the famous Pyramids of Giza, near Cairo, to the City of the Dead.

Pyramids of Giza

It is possible that the first image that comes to mind when we think of Egypt is the Pyramids of

Great Sphinx of Giza

Undoubtedly, the Great Sphinx of Giza is, along with the pyramids, the most recognized symbol of Ancient Egypt. And it

Valley of the Kings

Classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the Valley of the Kings is a huge necropolis of ancient Egypt

Valley of the Queens

It is the necropolis dedicated to the princesses and wives of the pharaohs who ruled in the period of the


Saqqara was the most important necropolis of the ancient Egyptian city of Memphis and the site of the famous Step


Dahshur is part of The city of Memphis was the first capital of the country since its unification. Founded around


The city of Memphis was the first capital of the country since its unification. Founded around 3100 B.C. by the

Cairo Tower

The Cairo Tower is one of the modern icons of the Egyptian capital, with its stylized appearance and a lattice

Unfinished Obelisk

The Unfinished Obelisk is a mass built in granite that measures 40 meters long and weighs more than 1,000 tons,

Colossi of Memnon

The Colossi of Memnon are two gigantic statues representing the pharaoh Amenhotep III and were built to preside over his

Saladin Citadel

Built between 1176 and 1183, the Citadel of Saladin had a fundamental objective: to protect the city from Crusader attacks.

Sultan Hassan Mosque

On your visit to Cairo you can not miss the Mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan, part of the architectural

Al Rifa’i Mosque

The Al Rifa’i Mosque is also known as the Royal Mosque, as it houses the tombs of many members of

Alabaster Mosque

The Alabaster Mosque is so called because of the material with which it was built and which covers both the

Ibn Tulun Mosque

The story of Ahmad Ibn Tulun requires us to dwell on it for a moment to understand the importance of