In this article, I will summarize the entrance fees for main tourist attractions in Egypt.
The entrance fees for students is basically half of the rates in the below table.
Please note that there is no student discount at the Tombs of Seti I and Nefertari, where the fees are expensive.
As of April 2023, when I visited, credit card paymants were accepted at most of the tourist sites in Cairo and Luxor.
This article is updated as of November 2, 2023.
*Please check the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities website for the latest information.
Cairo, Giza, and surroundings
|-Great Pyramid (Pyramid of Khufu)||600|
|-Pyramid of Khafre||150|
|Cairo Citadel (Citadel of Saladin)||300|
|Mosque-Madrasa of Sultan Hassan||120|
|National Museum of Egyptian Civilization||240|
|-Pyramid of Djoser||150|
|Saqqara inclusive ticket||600|
|Valley of the Kings||400|
|-Tomb of Seti I||1,400|
|-Tomb of Tutankhamun||360|
|-Tomb of Ramesses VI||120|
|Valley of the Queens||120|
|-Tomb of Nefertari||1,600|
|Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut (Deir el-Bahari)||240|
|Howard Carter House||120|
Other areas (Aswan, Alexandria, etc)
|Aswan High Dam||100|
|Temple of Edfu||300|
|Temple of Kom Ombo||240|
|Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa||100|
|Citadel of Qaitbay||100|
|Alexandria National Museum||120|
|Royal Jewelry Museum||120|
|Sharm al-Sheikh Museum||200|