The sheer spectacle and incredible engineering feat that are the Pyramids of Giza have been a defining sight in Egypt through the centuries, and are the last of the ancient Wonders of the World to survive to the present day. The magnificent royal mausoleums were built to last an eternity – and at over 4,500 years old are a testament to the prowess of ancient Egyptian construction. Of the three pyramids situated on the Giza plateau on the outskirts of Cairo, the Great Pyramid at 147 metres high is the most iconic. Even today, scientists remain uncertain about its construction. Step inside, and you’ll be surrounded by intricate tomb art depicting ancient Egyptian life.