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Cairo attractions

Cairo Tourist Attractions

Cairo Landmarks

The land of the pharaohs has always attracted intrepid travelers eager to learn about its incredible history, admire its wonderful temples, and be seduced by its famous pyramids. But if you think that visiting Egypt is only worth it just the pyramids, you are cruelly mistaken, because you soon realize that this magical country has a lot to offer to brave adventurers, Visiting Cairo is an essential part of a vacation to Egypt. Whether you stay there for a few days, or whether it’s a stopover on a more comprehensive trip to Egypt, you won’t be able to miss it. The Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Cairo Museum, also you have to discover the Islamic and Coptic Cairo, the Citadel of Saladin, the mosques, the cemetery. You have to get lost in the maze of alleys of the old districts to discover the atmosphere of the city and the kindness of its inhabitants. … Many visits will remind you of your childhood dream full of information about the Egyptian Gods and stories about Tutankhamun. Know one thing: visiting Cairo means real dream So we hope these Egypt vacation packages will give you some more ideas on how to visit Cairo properly!

Khan El Khalili Bazaar

khan el Khalili bazaar, the most famous bazaar in Egypt and one of the best known in the world.
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Tahrir Square

Liberation Square is located at the end of the historically important Qasr al-Ayn Street and is surrounded by important buildings...
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The Citadel Cairo

The Citadel of Saladin is one of the most interesting visits of the capital for the important role that played...
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Egyptian Museum

Egyptian Museum of Cairo, one of the guardians of the treasures of civilization as famous as it is unknown for...
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Mohamed Ali Mosque

Mohamed Ali mosque Cairo It is the most popular mosque among travelers to Egypt, for its greatness and its location...
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El Fishawy Cafe – El Fishawy Cafe Cairo Egypt

El Fishawy cafe Cairo, a place that fascinates locals and foreigners alike with its atmosphere and privileged location in the...
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Mosque of Sultan Hassan

Sultan Hassan Mosque Cairo is one of the most delicate and outstanding examples of Mamluk architecture in Cairo. It is...
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El Muizz Street

The historic Muizz Street is one of the oldest streets in Cairo, It houses the largest number of medieval architectural...
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Mosque of Amr ibn al as

Mosque of Amr ibn al-As is the oldest mosque on the African continent. The name of this mosque is due...
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Recommended Egypt Tours

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General Tips:

  • The official currency in Egypt is the “Egyptian Pound”.
  • Egypt is a country that speaks Arabic, but many of its residents speak English fluently alongside many other foreign languages.
  • We recommend that you go through an experienced travel agency that will save you a lot of trouble.
  • Do not be afraid to eat foods popular in Egypt, such as Kushari and Ful medames & Ta'meya.
  • Buy a SIM card upon arrival in Egypt so you can call anyone you want.

Quality Measures :

  • We employ efficient drivers who drive extremely safely.
  • We use Qualified Egyptologists.
  • The choice of hotels is up to you. We can suggest hotels with good location and price.
  • Affordable price ensuring an unforgettable travel experience.
  • No Hidden expenses and no surprises.
  • We are very flexible to achieve everything you wish for.

Frequently Asked Questions

Travel to Egypt advisory, and useful information for tourists in Egypt, I’m sure you’re wondering about this.

Is Egypt safe to visit?

Egypt is a country that receives millions of tourists who are interested in caring for and keeping them safe. The country of the Nile is safe nowadays, especially the areas of tourist interest, which are the ones that interest you: Cairo, the Nile, the Giza pyramids, Luxor, Abu Simbel…

You can travel alone, take a romantic tour with your partner and children without any problem and with the normal precautions you would have anywhere else.

If there is one thing that should worry you about Egypt, it is heat and dehydration.

What is the Must be Visited Places in Egypt?

Egypt is characterized by many tourist areas, which are an important source of national income for the state, and on the other hand, the country makes many efforts for tourism development. Egypt was distinguished by many tourist areas, including the monastery of St. Catherine, the Luxor Temple and Hatshepsut, the pyramids and many coastal cities such as Hurghada and Alexandria with their monuments.

Is it easy to get a tourist visa?

Visitors to Egypt must obtain an application for a visa to visit Egypt from the Egyptian embassies and consulates in their country and have a valid passport with at least 6 months remaining, given that this process may take weeks for the Egyptian authorities to agree to visit Egypt. Or if you are a citizen of these countries (Australia & Canada & Japan & New Zealand & Malaysia & the United States) you can obtain a visa upon arrival for 25 US dollars.

What is the best time to visit Egypt?

Egypt is a very warm country but its temperatures also vary greatly depending on the time of year and the area. The best dates to know Egypt are those of spring and autumn.

What is Egypt weather in Summer?

It’s recommended not to travel to Egypt in summer. So avoid the full August except if you go to the Red Sea, where the temperatures are more agreeable and you can go to the beach and practice skin-diving. In winter the nights can be quite cold, for what it’s in the habit of recommending to avoid also December, January and February.

How does Ramadan affect tourists in Egypt?

Pay attention to Ramadan, in spring or summer. On these days, Muslims do not eat or drink while the sun is shining. You can find many establishments closed and the rhythm of the cities decreases a lot. Keep this in mind.

Why do you need a passport?

Yes, to enter Egypt you need a passport valid for at least 6 months. You must also apply for a tourist visa which you can get:

At the airport in Cairo

On the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Egypt

Is Egypt child friendly? Is Egypt safe for families?

No problem. You won’t find the typical comforts such as diaper changing facilities, child seats in the vehicles or adapted parks, but the attitude of the Egyptians is especially kind to children. The country is safe and comfortable in that respect.

Can women alone travel to Egypt?

Yes, women can travel alone in Egypt while taking normal precautions.

What do women have to wear in Egypt?

If you are a woman and you are thinking of flying to the magical country of the pyramids, try to wear loose clothing that covers your shoulders and legs. Take a handkerchief to cover your head, you will need it to enter some temples and mosques.

Is it worth it to use a travel agent?

This decision is very personal. we prefer to make the trip to Egypt organized by a travel agency since, that way, you don’t have to worry about anything and you just enjoy the experience. (unless you have extensive knowledge of Egyptology) we think it is important that your private guide explains what you’re seeing in each moment, as well as a brief explanation of the historical context of each monument and details about the culture and customs of the country.

What are the Best Activities to Do in Egypt?

  • Giza Pyramids
  • Great Sphinx
  • Abu Simbel Temple
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Karnak Temple
  • Philae Temple
  • White Desert
  • Siwa Oasis
  • Khan el-Khalili
  • Al Azhar mosque

When can we travel again to Egypt post covid 19?

Contact your travel agent in Egypt and check the website of your home country’s government and the government of Egypt before traveling or applying for a visa.