Your qualified Egyptologist will pick you up at 7:30am from your hotel in Cairo or Giza, after that you will be transferred by air-conditioned deluxe vehicle with your private tour guide. You will arrive at Alexandria around 10am to start you day to by visiting Qaitbay Fort. The fort of Sultan Qaitbay is one of the symbols of Alexandria,it was built on the ancient island of Pharos, over the ruins of the world-famous lighthouse in 1477-1480 AD. Next up you will visit The Serapeum and Pompey's Pillar. On the site of the ancient temple of Serapis (local god of Alexandria) there is the tallest column,carved out of a block of red granite,the column erroneously attributed to Pompey.
Next you will move onto the Roman Odeum (theatre), which is the small Roman odeum at Kom al-Dikka dates from the 4th century AD and originally had a roof,its tiers could accommodate 600 spectators. Proceed onto the Catacombs of Kom al-Shuqafa ( Roman tombs ), the most important hypogeum in Alexandria,the Kom al-Shuqafa catacombs date from the 2nd century AD.
At the end of the day you will see the Alexandria Bibliotheca (from outside) before returning back to your hotel in Cairo or Giza. Lunch is included in between visits at a local restaurant. Entrance fees to any attractions are not included.