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You must visit and see the Great Sphinx. It is a sight to see. You can find tour guides down the main street to the Sphinx. Entrance fee is very reasonable at 160 EP for foreigners and 80 EP for children. Recommend taking a carriage...More
Mohammed our guide extremely knowledgeable we had a wonderful lunch after this tour. Mohammed ensured that our time was used to the fullest. The lunch was delicious with fresh baked bread baked on the premises of the restaurant. We were treated like royalty. Thank you...More
We went past the Sphinx while visiting the pyramids. The first thing we said was that it was a lot smaller than we had envisaged. Having said that it is magnificent!!!
The site was surrounded by touts that were particularly over the top, making it...More
i enjoyed seeing the sphinx. It is amazing if not as grand as the pyramids themselves. If you are there of course you are doing to see it and considering that it is 4500 years old, it is in excellent shape
The second best attractions in the pyramid area. Made from a single rock this huge structure stands tall for around 4500 years in front of all the pyramids like a watchman. This masterpiece looks like half human and half lion, though the nose has been...More