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Cairo

About Cairo

Cairo, Egypt’s sprawling capital, is set on the Nile River. At its heart is Tahrir Square and the vast Egyptian Museum, a trove of antiquities including royal mummies and gilded King Tutankhamun artifacts. Nearby, Giza is the site of the iconic pyramids and Great Sphinx, dating to the 26th century BC. In Gezira Island’s leafy Zamalek district, 187m Cairo Tower affords panoramic city views.
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Make It Worthwhile

Streetside delight
Bite into a piping hot shawarma before washing it down with banana-flavored laban from a corner-shop on Cairo’s food streets. Feast on falafels and fuul, kebabs and hawawshi, until you’re full as a Pharaoh.
Fly back to the age of the Pharaohs
Visit the pyramids at Giza, built over 4600 years ago. Marvel at the size and the survival of these mammoth structures and the treasures they held inside them.
Two for the price of one
Cairo’s brightly colored souks and bazaars are a must-visit for their value and quality.

Why Cairo?

One of the best things to do on a Cairo visit is heading to the Citadel, for two very good reasons – first, because it’s one of the very few car-free places in town, and second because it’s a great place to enjoy a view over the city, stretching all the way to the Pyramids if it’s a clear day. Another wonderful place to escape the traffic and crowds of the city is Al-Azhar Park, not far from the Citadel. Entering the park gives a very pleasant feeling – there are landscaped gardens, water features and flower beds, in an attempt to recreate the atmosphere of ancient Islamic gardens. Khan el Khalili is Cairo’s souk, a large open-air market full of stores selling (faux) Egyptian antiques, lamps, vases, silverware, clothes, scarves, papyrus, perfumes… you name it. Yes, it’s quite touristy – the kind of place where sellers jump over each other to get your custom, luring you into their stores with glasses of tea and karkade, and you should be prepared to either bargain hard, or pay an inflated price.