Pharaoh was the term used for kings who ruled the ancient Egypt and this Pharaonic village belonged to them which is located a few miles away from the center of Cairo. The village is believed to be of three thousand years old and at that time it was acting as a gateway of the ancient Egypt. It consists of tomb of king Tutankhamun, 12 museums, two amusement parks etc. The attraction of the Pharaoh village is an effective tool which is kept safe for education and the preservation of ancient Egypt. People in this village do their daily activities and arts of the ancient Egyptians which include agriculture, pottery, sculpture, weaving, etc. It is better to enjoy the trip in the Nile by Yacht “Nefertari” and to study about the Egyptians culture and ancient arts. The boat has a capacity of 80 people and can deliver meals and snacks for them. The remarkable journey of the Nefertary yacht starts at the Pharaonic Village.
See also : Shop at district of Khan el-Khalili
How to Reach:
By Metro: The nearest metro station is Sakiat Mekki Metro station on the red line and the village is a 15 minute walk away from the village.
By Bus: The nearest bus stop is El Bahr and from there it takes only one minute to reach the village.
1 person: EGP 45.48
2-3 persons: EGP 30.32
4-6 persons: EGP 22.74
7-10 persons: EGP 21.22
Timings: Stay open 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Address: El-Bahr, Cairo Governorate, Egypt.
Phone: +20 2 35722533."