Memorial site in El Alamein | Egypt

El Alamein Day Trip

from  £145

This add-on can be added to the end of any group tour, city break or tailor-made holiday.

Located on the Mediterranean coast, just 4 hours north of Cairo, lies El Alamein, where two extended battles were fought during World War II. The first began on the 1st July 1942 and lasted for 27 days, it ended as a stalemate. After 3 months of holding the enemy back, the Allies launched a second attack which lasted for 13 days. This saw the Allied forces push back the Axis powers for ultimate defeat in Tunisia. Some 13,000 Allied soldiers were killed and 70,000 were wounded in the battle.

At El Alamein, there is a well-tended Commonwealth war cemetery which is home to the graves and memorials of many British, Australian and New Zealand soldiers. There is also the informative El Alamein museum. It acts as a memorial for the battle and houses lots of original war vehicles, weapons, uniforms and records. It covers the whole of the story of World War II in North Africa from all sides and stands on the site where the actual battle took place.

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El Alamein Day Trip All Dates £145 -

Additional Information

This add-on is available year round and can be added to any group tour, city break or tailor-made holiday visiting Cairo. If undertaking a group tour with us, this Add-on can not be booked on day 1 of your tour
Prices shown are ‘per person’, based on 2 or more persons travelling. If travelling solo, please enquire as others may already be booked on the trip. If not a ‘1-person’ supplement will apply
Note: Day Trip to El Alamein departs at approximately 7am from Cairo and will arrive back into Cairo between 5pm - 7pm - subject to traffic. If flying on the same day, please ensure that your onward flight departs no earlier than 10pm

What's Included

Our day trip to El-Alamein includes touring of the Commonwealth War Cemetery and the local war museum
Return vehicle journey from Cairo to El-Alamein. Departs approx 7am
Visits to the German and Italian cemeteries are available upon request
All sites are free of change, no entrance fees required
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