Leave your ship in Alexandria Port to travel west along the coast to visit one of the most significant battles site in World War II, Alamein. Visit the memorials to the fallen soldiers of all nationalities and have an overlook on the sightseeing of Alexandria and Alamien.

Highlights:

Transfer / guide in private air-conditioned vehicle with Professional driver
Get inside tips from a local.
Multi day trip.
Perfect introduction for first-time visitors.
Guarantee your safety during your trip (24/7)

Includes: 

Pick Up service from Alexandria Port & return (by the cruise exit door)
Transfer in private air-conditioned vehicle with Professional driver as mentioned on itinerary.
Private English-Speaking Tour guide (other languages are available upon request).
All private sightseeing tour as mentioned in program .
For your safety: trip under authorization of the Egyptian Government.
All taxes & service charge.

Excludes

International Flights.
Optional and extra activities.
Main Entrance Fees of all mentioned Sites .
Beverage and any personal spend.
Visa to Egypt.
Tips are not compulsory and are left at your own appreciation.

Your guide will pick you up from Alexandria Port , then you will travel to Alamein. Proceed to World War II remains and cemeteries. Your first stop will be at the Military Museum including displays of weapons, military garb and tanks. Descriptions of the actions of Montgomery, Rommel and the others participated in the battle are also on display. Continue to visit the WW II Cemeteries, located on the west of the town, on a small peninsula overlooking the sea. The citadel like cemeteries is the final resting place for Common wealth, Greek, Italian and German soldiers.

Drive to Alexandria where you will see the Pompay’s pillar. Then proceed to Qaitbay Citadel from outside which was built on the site of the ancient pharaohs (lighthouse) of Alexandria. Visit the Catacombs which are the largest Roman Cemetery consisting of three levels cut in the rock. After finishing the day tour, you will return to the port.