Cairo has long been a Centre of the region’s political and cultural life, civilization and its roots since the pharaonic times (Memphis) so far.
The Egyptians are known as their generosity and kindness, how they are helpful people, always laugh, with a very high sense of hummer and how they offer perfect hospitality to you. They are making sure that you receive the best treatment, offers food, drinks, and fruits that never ends!
There are many entertainments and attractions you will find in Cairo, represented in:
Pyramids of Giza
As we know, these Pyramids were built by the ancient Egyptians, considered to be the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Also, there’re many feluccas or ride on horseback from the Giza Pyramids to Sakkara.
Among things, we can find at Saqqara the impressive Step Pyramid of Djoser (Zoser) as well as a number of mastabas.
In this site, we can find a unique example of early pyramids development in Egypt, the two pyramids Bent and Red Pyramids.
The Bent Pyramid is just two kilometers south of the Red Pyramid and built before the Red Pyramid by the Pharaoh Sneferu.
Khan El Khalili
In fact, there’s no trip that will complete at Cairo without visiting Khan El Khalili.
This Market established since the date of Emir Dajaharks Al-Khalili when he built a large market. There are still portions that display the original Mamluk style architecture.
The market has several colorful bazaars, restaurants, and cafés spread throughout where you can take a break from shopping. Such as Al Fishawy cafe is the oldest café in Cairo, decorated with large mirrors and old furniture, Naguib Mahfouz Restaurant and Café it hosts a band that plays old Arabic music, is extremely superb.
Khan El Khalili market offers handmade products, Spices, Herbs, and Leather, Khan Al-Khalili will impress you.
In old Cairo so far the ceremonies take place in Khan El-Khalili. Like: Imam Hussein’s Birth and Al-Refa’ai
Many mosques you can visit; like Al-Hussain Mosque, Al-Azhar Mosque, and Masjid El Moez El din Allah Al Fatmi.
And among these places, you can also visit: Sabil Mohamed Ali, The Egyptian Textile Museum, and Bab Zuweila and Bab al-Futuh
Egypt has a history for their tolerance and the acceptance for each other no matter your age, religion or ethnicity
Religions complex located at Masr el Qdema (old Cairo), It combines the Mosque of Amr ibn al-Aas which is the second mosque built in Egypt, A number of companions participated in its design; the mosque was smaller but expanded throughout history.
The Hanging Church is one of the most important monuments in the region, is built over the Roman fortress of Babylon.
The Jewish Temple of Ben Adra is one of the oldest synagogues in Cairo. And other churches such as Mar Girgis Church, The Virgin Mary Church, and Barbara Church.
The City looks unique and quite from above, especially from the top of the Cairo Tower.
The Tower built in order to design the lotus flower; it still keeps its condition.
At the top of the tower, a restaurant contains various tables and offers a wide variety of dishes. There is also a fine café.
Have you ever think about walking downtown at night?
Have you ever think about visiting The Egyptian museum?
So now I’ll let you know about the things you should do in downtown Cairo.
The Egyptian antiquities museum
The most famous Museums, tourists all over the world come to visit the Egyptian Museum, which contains a speculate masterpieces.
The Ancient Egyptians are known for their glory and masterpieces of the arts.
This Museum consists of 2 floors, the ground floor the sections about the old kingdoms and middle as Potteries, and statues.
And the upper ground the sections of The New kingdoms as we can see the Royal Mummies Hall, Tutankhamen’s Treasure.
Downtown at Night
There’re many entertainment things you will discover their cafes, coffee shops, cinemas, hotels and a lot of shopping.
As usual downtown full of ages and levels of society, and beautiful buildings. But at night it’s so much difference we can walk in the streets and staring at the beautiful old buildings and the people How they can be happy and simple as this much?
The River Nile is the longest river in Africa and in the world. Although it is generally associated with Egypt.
In Egypt, the River Nile creates a fertile green valley across the desert. It was by the banks of the river that one of the oldest civilizations in the world began.
Ancient Egypt could not have existed without the river Nile lived and farmed, using to produce food for themselves and their animals, and making the weather get better.
The famous Nile River can be easily reached from anywhere: Corniche El Nail, Maadi, downtown, Qasr Al Nile Bridge, and several places. You’re only a few steps from the Nile’s blue waters or taking a felucca because the air is apparently cooler and fresher there and Rivers always bring some colder air.
Cairo Never Sleeps
Among other cities Cairo one of the cities ever falls asleep, there’s a lot of delivery 24/7 for you in the late night. There’re many cafes, bars, and parties.
Cairo has so many entertainments and attractions every year tourists booking tickets to go there; I bet you after reading this topic, you would be so exciting about visiting Cairo.
So… what will be your next destination?