The other option would be to look at a nile cruise followed by a week at the red sea.
My auntie did this last year with her husband and son who was 11 at the time and they enjoyed it.
I wonder if anyone has ever attempted to see the Pyramids with their children? We've been looking for child friendly hotels nearby, to possibly combine with relocation (by train? It upset me I've been quite a few times, the best way I would suggest to see the pyramids etc with kids is by going to Cyprus on holiday and doing the full day trip from there.
) later in the holiday to a hotel or all inclusive accommodation by the Red Sea. You fly from paphos about 6am, then spend a day in Cairo - they take u to pyramids, Egyptian museum, cruise down Nile, lunch overlooking pyramids, night markets then fly back. Not sure which pyramids u can see from sharm as its a long way from Cairo, maybe its the luxor ones?
The choices are to stay in Sharm or Hurghada in a decent hotel and then travel by plane or bus to Cairo for the day.
Plane is more expensive but the bus trip is 5-6 hours each way and departs at about 3am so too long for a child of those ages i think.
I've been quite a few times, the best way I would suggest to see the pyramids etc with kids is by going to Cyprus on holiday and doing the full day trip from there.
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