Private Day Tour To Rosetta from Alexandria

Rosetta, also known as Rashid, is a small town on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt, located about 65 km from Alexandria. Rosetta is famous for the Rosetta Stone, which was discovered here in 1799 and helped scholars decipher ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. A day trip to Rosetta from Alexandria offers the opportunity to explore this historic town and learn about its rich cultural heritage.


9:00 AM – Meet your tour guide and start your day by visiting the Rosetta National Museum. Here, you’ll see artifacts and exhibits related to the town’s history and culture, including the famous Rosetta Stone.

10:30 AM – Next, visit the Rosetta waterfront, where you can take a stroll along the Nile River and enjoy views of the town’s traditional architecture.

12:00 PM – Take a break for lunch at a local restaurant, where you can try traditional Egyptian dishes and relax before continuing your tour.

1:00 PM – After lunch, visit the Abu Mandour Mosque, a beautiful and historic mosque that dates back to the Ottoman period.

2:30 PM – Next, visit the House of Arab Music, a small museum that showcases traditional Egyptian music and instruments. You’ll have the opportunity to learn about the different types of music and instruments used in Egyptian culture.

4:00 PM – End your day by visiting the Fort of Qaitbay, a historic fortress that was built in the 15th century to protect the town from invaders. The fortress offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and the town of Rosetta.

5:00 PM – Return to Alexandria and end the tour.

What’s included:

  • Entrance fees to the Rosetta National Museum, Abu Mandour Mosque, House of Arab Music, and Fort of Qaitbay.
  • Lunch at a local restaurant (cost of food not included).
  • Transportation to and from Rosetta from Alexandria.

What’s not included:

  • Personal expenses like souvenirs and drinks.
  • Tips for your tour guide and driver.
  • Any additional activities or entrance fees not listed in the itinerary.