PHOTO GALLERY: Pep Guardiola received a ‘special’ gift when traveling to Egypt after helping Man City win a treble

FROM kings of Europe to the Valley of the Kings . . . Pep Guardiola is going the extra NILE this summer.

Fresh from sealing the Treble in Istanbul, the Manchester City boss, 52, has taken his wife Cristina Serra and three kids to Egypt, touring Cairo and Luxor and visiting the Sphinx and Great Pyramid of Giza.

Pep Guardiola and his family are currently visiting Cairo

While in Egypt, the Egyptian tourist board gave Guardiola a gift

The pyramids were on the Guardiola family’s things to see in Egypt

Wearing a white outfit and a red baseball cap bearing the letter P, Guardiola received a special ‘Pharaoh’ trophy in photos taken by officials at the Ministry of Tourism.

The iconic Spanish coach toured the museum’s remarkable archaeological collections, including the Royal Mummies Hall and the Egyptian Textile Hall.

Before that, him and his family visited the Giza Pyramids and had a lunch banquet at one of the hotels overlooking the pyramids, according to the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.

Guardiola, 52, was welcomed at Cairo International Airport on Thursday by tourism officials who presented them with flowers, souvenirs and promotional materials about some of the tourist and archaeological sites in Egypt.

The ministry reveɑled that the coach is also planning to take a Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan aboard a Dahabiya – a traditional sailed houseboat – that will conclude with a visit to the Abu Simbel Temple in Aswan.

Amr El-Kady, the CEO of the Egyptian Tourism Authority, pointed out that such celebrity visits can be a huge boost to tourism in the country. Tourism from Spain, in particular, has witnessed significant growth during the first half of this year.

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