1. Alexandria: Greek History Guided City Tour
The city of Alexandria, located on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt, has a long and rich history that is closely tied to the Greeks. Founded in 332 BC by Alexander the Great, Alexandria quickly became a major center of Greek culture and influence. Start the day with a visit to the Library of Alexandria, which was one of the most important libraries of the ancient world and contained works by Greek philosophers, scientists, and scholars. The Greek language was widely spoken in Alexandria. Visit many of the city's landmarks, such as the Castle of Qaitbey which was built at the same site of the ancient lighthouse, one of the seven wonders of the Ancient world. Visit Cavavis Museum belongs to Mr. Constantine Cavafy. He was born in 1863, in Alexandria, Egypt and where he lived most of his life .The apartment where he spent his last 35 years was in Lepsius Street. The Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria has a strong Greek influence. Today, the city's Greek heritage can still be seen in its architecture, museums, and cultural events. You can have optional lunch at the Greek club restaurant, (white and blue restaurant) which has the best fish dishes and the best view of Alexandria. Stop at the famous Greek Caffe Delice which established by Greek citizens in 1922.In Ramel Station where you will have the opportunity to try the famous Greek deserts. Finish the day with a walk along the Corniche, a promenade that stretches along the Mediterranean Sea, and admire the beautiful views of the city.