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Cairo is the capital of Egypt and, with a complete population in excess of 16 million inhabitants, one of the biggest cities in Africa as well as the Middle East (the districts which it easily borders) is yours to tour with all-inclusive holidays to Cairo from Travel Center. And It is also the 19th biggest metropolis in the world, and amid the world's most heavily populated cities. On the Nile river, Cairo is popular for its own past, conserved in the excellent medieval Islamic metropolis and Coptic sites in Old Cairo. The Egyptian Museum in the middle of town is a must visit, with its innumerable Ancient Egyptian relics, as is shopping at the Khan al-Khalili market. No tour to Cairo would be complete, for instance, without a visit to the famous Giza Pyramids, and to the neighboring Saqqara Pyramid Complex, where tourists could view Egypt's initial step pyramid established by the architect Imhotep for the third dynasty Pharaoh, Djoser. Cairo is also the residents to a lively modern society. The Midan Tahrir region located in downtown Cairo, constructed in the 19th century beneath the ruling of Khedive Ismail, has attempted to be a "Paris on the Nile". There is also a quantity of more contemporary suburbs counting Ma'adi and Heliopolis, while Zamalek is a peaceful region on Gezira Island, with exclusive shopping. Cairo is ideal in the fall or spring, when the climate isn't so scorching. A felucca expedition on the Nile is a great way to get away from the hectic city, as is a tour to Al-Azhar Park. Uncover Cairo by reserving all-inclusive holidays to Cairo with Travel Center inclusive of cheap flights, inexpensive lodgings and appropriate booking choices. Organize your holiday to Cairo-today!


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +2:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EgyptAir, Emirates, Qantas, Kuwait Airways



Best Time to Travel

January to May, September to December

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Car, Metro, Boat, Bus

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 11.52 EGP

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Pyramids of Giza

The Pyramids of Giza are Cairo's leading half-day tour and a must-visit appeal on everyone's holiday. Right on the border of the city, these fourth dynasty catacomb shrines have been amusing tourists for years and remain to be one of the country's best features.

The Egyptian Museum

The astonishing set of relics exhibited in Cairo's Egyptian Museum makes it one of the world's prominent museums. You would require a lifespan to view everything on display. The museum was established in 1857 by French Egyptologist August Mariette and relocated to its present home - in the unique powder-pink manor in Downtown Cairo - in 1897.

Al-Azhar Mosque

Al-Azhar Mosque is the magnificent structure of Cairo's Fatimid period, and one of the city's earliest existing mosques, finished in AD 972. It's also one of the world's ancient universities; Caliph El-Aziz granted it with the rank of university in AD 988.

Old Cairo (Coptic Cairo)

This tiny church-filled bunch of twisty roads rest inside the walls of Old Babylon where the Roman Emperor Trajan first constructed a castle beside the Nile. Portions of the Roman towers still rule above the main street. The Coptic Museum here has an abundance of details on Egypt's prior Christian era and is home to one of Egypt's leading sets of Coptic art.

Khan el-Khalili (Souq Quarter)

Khan el-Khalili is one of the world's dominant shopping encounters. This Middle Eastern souq (market) is an intricate set of thin lanes set as a shopping region in AD 1400 that still rings with the chime of metal workers and silversmiths.

The Citadel

In a dominant position at the base of the Mokattam Hills, Cairo's citadel was constructed by Saladin in 1176. The genuine construction he designed has long vanished omitting the eastern outer walls. The Mosque of Muhammad Ali is the most popular memorial and the leading cause for visiting.

Sultan Hassan Mosque

Excellent samples of Mamluk structure in the world, Sultan Hassan Mosque is a perception of Arabic creativity with a profusion of stalactite depicting and complexly decorated traits. It was established in 1356-63 for the Sultan Hassan el-Nasir.

Bab Zuweila

Of all the Islamic Cairo region’s gates, Bab Zuweila is the most fascinating. You could ascend to the summit of this early period artefact (established in the 11th century) for some astonishing rooftop sights above Islamic Cairo. The gate itself has two towers and is the last southern gate of the ancient town still existing.

Al-Azhar Park

Constructed above what was basically a former waste dump, Al-Azhar Park is the green lungs of the ancient region. It was unfurled in 2005 and offers a much required break from the congested mayhem of Cairo's street activity.

Ibn Tulun Mosque

The second historical mosque still existing in Cairo, Ibn Tulun Mosque, was constructed amid AD 876 and 879 and designed on the Kaaba in Mecca (Saudi Arabia). The time it was made; it was the biggest mosque around.