Just soak up all you can with the pryamids. Don't rush things when you go see the pryamids becasue they are awesome!!!
It takes awhile to drive past the Fayoum area to get there, but the Meidum Pyramid has had all of the outer casing fall off and inside it appears to be unfinished, as does the little temple with some roughly hewn offering table. If you are REALLY adventurous, you can go down a very long tunnel under a mastaba, then... More
Do you know that the world's wonders have been changed three times, and the Pyramids are included in each time. The Pyramids are the oldest building in the humanity that is still built. If you visit Egypt, you have to visit the great pyramids of Giza, which were built more than 7000 years ago
We came on our own and had to rely on the local guide, whose English was limited to: "Good guide, good English":)) .There 2 pyramids on the site. The oldest one mad of mud is nearly crumbled, but you still can go inside, just beware of the bats.
This is one of the main attractions of the Pharaohs culture. A different kind of pyramid... Should be a standard attraction spot on any tourist's itinerary. And I think it is really, really worth the effort. Satisfaction guaranteed on this one.
I visited in March 2012. It takes about an 1.5 hours to reach the pyramid and is well worth the drive. You can go inside this pyramid. I had the site all to myself! There is a tomb next to the pyramid that you can go inside and there are a few sarcophagi set up. There is a bathroom close... More
In March 2012 Dahshur and Meidum pyramids were one day out of our 6 days tour around Cairo monuments. We went with Golden Pyramid Travel (GPT); they provide the Hotel Taxi Service in the Horizon Pyramid Hotel where we stayed for 8 nights. We designed a 6 days tour with Ahmed (general manager of GPT) and off we went! There... More
it's so interesting drive through the countryside to see the first upper egypt governorate,it takes about 90 minutes to reach the site of the pyramid also you can go inside the pyramid and see another tomb next to the north east side of the pyramid with the ruins of the morturay temple next to the east side of the pyramid.
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