Tour To Alamein From Port Alexandria

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7 - 8 Hours
Availability : Every Day
Max People : 16
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Embrace History’s Whispers: El Alamein Day Trip from Alexandria Port

Enjoy a fabulous day tour to Alamein from Port Alexandria. Embark on a fascinating expedition from the vibrant port city of Alexandria to the historic battlegrounds of Alamein. Join us for an immersive journey that transcends time. Delve into the captivating narratives etched into the landscapes between these two remarkable destinations. As we navigate the route, you will witness the convergence of Mediterranean whispers and wartime echoes, unveiling tales of valor, sacrifice, and resilience.

Price Includes

  • Port Alexandria pick up and drop off
  • Tourist air-conditioned vehicle
  • Entrance fees of all sites of the tour
  • Licensed Egyptologist tour guide
  • Police permits
  • All service charges and local taxes

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities
  • Travel insurance

Price Per Person

  • 01 person:           200  USD
  • 02 people:           115    USD
  • 03-07 people:     90     USD
  • 08-16 people:       66     USD
Children Policy
  • Children from 0 – 5 years are free of charge
  • Children from 6 – 11 years get 50% off
  • Children from 12 years are considered adults

Tour To Alamein From Port Alexandria

Meet your guide at Port Alexandria to commence your tour to Alamein. Alamein is about 130 km from Alexandria. Once you arrive, you will visit

World War II Cemetery:

Alamein Battle was a great cornerstone in World War II. The battle was fought between the Commonwealth forces based in Egypt and the Axis forces (German and Italian) based in Libya.  Objectives of the battle were to control the Mediterranean, the link with the east through the Suez Canal, the Middle East oil supplies, and the supply route to Russia through Persia.

Alamein World War II Cemetery contains the graves of men who died at all the stages of the Western Desert battles, brought in from a wide area. But especially those who died in the Battle of Alamein at the end of October 1942 and in the period immediately before that. The cemetery now contains 7240 Commonwealth burials of World War II, of which 815 are unidentified.

There are also 102 war graves of other nationalities. Alamein Cremation Memorial stands in the south-eastern part of Alamein Cemetery, and commemorates more than 600 men whose remains were cremated in Egypt and Libya during the war in accordance with their faith.

The Land Forces panels commemorate more than 8500 soldiers of the Commonwealth, as well as those who died in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Persia. Air Forces panels commemorate more than 3000 airmen of the Commonwealth.

German Tombs:

Your tour to Alamein from Port Alexandria will lead you from the World War II Cemetery to the German Tombs. The German Cemetery takes the shape of a fortress overlooking the sea. German cemetery contains about 4000 German servicemen. There’s a memorial obelisk in the center of the cemetery.

The graves in the German War Cemetery at El Alamein are marked with simple headstones, each bearing the names and details of the fallen soldiers. Serene and peaceful atmosphere of the cemetery offers a space for contemplation and pays tribute to the historical events that unfolded in the region.

El-Alamein Military Museum:

Conclude your tour to Alamein from Port Alexandria at El-Alamein Military Museum. El-Alamein Military Museum was founded in 1956 by Gamal Abdel-Nasser. It was renovated in 1992 and in 2014. The Military Museum in Alamein recites the major events of the Alamein battle and the role of the participating forces. The museum is divided into 3 parts, are the open-air showground, the permanent display showroom, and the temporary display.

Transfer back to your cruise at Port Alexandria.