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Visiting Cairo – A City Guide

Stretching along winding Nile River, Cairo is a vibrant city that seamlessly blends the old and new. Gleaming skyscrapers and shopping malls tower over serene mosques and bustling bazaars, while distant views of the Giza pyramids are a constant reminder of the city’s ancient heritage.

Cairo: City Layout and Top Attractions

Cairo is Egypt’s largest city. In the centre, the Midan El Tahrir district, known as the Paris of the Nile, has 19th-century architecture, modern hotels and the high-energy Tahrir Square. Nearby Islamic Cairo boasts medieval buildings and historic mosques.

The Egyptian Museum in Downtown Cairo is a must-see, with 100,000 ancient artefacts, including former pharaoh Tutankhamun’s funeral mask. Across the river, only 18 kilometres away, the ancient Giza pyramids honour the kings Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure.

For panoramic views of Cairo and the pyramids, visit the observation deck at  Cairo Tower.

Eating Out in Cairo

You’ll find some of the city’s best food at restaurants located in Cairo hotels, but there are also numerous fine-dining venues and street-food vendors serving Middle Eastern and international dishes.

In Old Cairo, you can sip mint tea in charming cafés, while the island district of Zamalek is a centre for upscale restaurants serving international cuisine. You can soak up colourful sights, flavours and aromas at food markets like Bab al-Luq and Tawfiqiyya Souq, or sample fresh falafel and fried liver from street vendors on any corner.

Shopping in Cairo

Cairo’s souks (markets), particularly famous for spices and gold, were established in the 15th century and many still operate today. You can haggle over jewellery and handicrafts at these colourful bazaars, or shop for familiar brands at air-conditioned upscale malls and designer boutiques.

For the best shopping, browse hundreds of stalls piled high with clothing, shoes and gold treasures at the medieval Khan el-Khalili in Islamic Cairo. In Downtown Cairo, Shar'a Hoda Sharaawi is lined with antique shops, while the modern Citystars and Cairo Festival City malls have hundreds of high street stores, restaurants and cinemas.

Culture & Nightlife in Cairo

Cairo’s cultural history blends Arabian, African and European influences. The city’s many museums, art galleries, cinemas and theatres showcase Middle Eastern and western art and history through exhibitions, performances and films.

There’s a mix of western bars and Arabian late cafes in the city centre, but most nightclubs are attached to hotels in Cairo. For live music, there’s Cairo Jazz Club or El Genaina Theatre in Al-Azhar Park, and for contemporary dance or classical music, Cairo Opera runs a year-round program.

Leisure in Cairo

Cairo is best known for its ancient sites and museums, but there are also modern attractions ranging from championship golf courses to theme parks.

You can redeem your IHG® Rewards Club points for a stay near such family-friendly attractions as the Pharaonic Village, where you’ll learn about Egypt’s history through replica villages and live shows. Dream Park in Giza has roller coasters, go-karts and water slides.

For the adventurous, there are quad-biking desert safari tours on the plateau above Cairo, where you can zoom around sandy terrain near the pyramids.

For a glimpse of life outside the city, make a day trip to Tunis Village in Fayoum, home to traditional mud-brick houses, Lake Qaroun and the Wadi El Rayan waterfalls.

Latest Cairo Hotel Reviews

Great customer service
By Ali Z
Very pleasant experience with very friendly and helpful staff. Upgraded my room and guided me around the city and helped me not to get hassled...Very trustworthy staff [Less]
Loved it
By Mero
Loved my stay at the hotel. Also i went to a nile cruies with them and it was supper nice [Less]
Good & Nice
By Mero
Good and nice stay I asked to change the room and they were so helpful [Less]
Very impressive place
I was totally not expecting good place to stay in , surprised with the quality and spacious suites and postive staff [Less]
Nice hotel
By Ahmed
Nice hotel best apt in Cairo and city star near the hotel [Less]
Home treated hotel
By Ehab
Excellent location, brilliant service, and friendly staff. [Less]
stay in holiday Inn
By A.Emam
It was great staying All of staff very helpful specialy all of reception staff and waiters at pool area(afternoon shift) The room has a great decorate help you to do business or to be relax [More] there. [Less]
Friendly staff, good facilities, and great views
By Rich
Nice to be greeted by name by almost every staff members. Very comfortable place to say and I love the Nile view and opportunity to take morning walks along the Corniche. [Less]
Good eperience
By Dave
During my three week stay, I found the hotel staff to be helpful and friendly, and the room comfortable. Two problems I encountered were a room refrigerator which did not get very cold, and the [More] hotel swimming pool which had opening hours not at all convenient for someone there on business - it closed at 5:30 pm making it impossible for me to swim during the week. The room was modern and clean, and appeared to have been renovated recently. It had an excellent view of the Nile and, on clear days, the pyramids. If returning to Maadi for business, I would consider staying there again. [Less]

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