InterContinental Cairo Semiramis
Start the day with a stroll along the River Nile located adjacently to the Semiramis InterContinental. Make your way towards Midan Tahrir and Talaat Harb Street in downtown Cairo and take your time enjoying the rich architecture from the 18th century. Stop for a typical Egyptian breakfast such as Foul & Taameya.
Azhar Park is wonderful for lunch or an afternoon stroll, especially for families. Nearby is the major mosque of the same name; it's known for its landscaping and magnificent views of Cairo.
Complete your day with a Nile boat trip. Apart from spectacular views of the city, you can see an authentic bellydancing show and eat a delicious Egyptian dinner.
The Cairo Tower landmark in central Cairo is 43 metres taller than the Great Pyramid.
The Great Pyramids
The great pyramids of Giza are also known as the Pyramids of Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact.
The River Nile
The River Nile is the longest in the world. It is approximately 4,187 miles long."Felucca rides" can be arranged along the Nile via our concierge team.
Museum of Egyptian Antiquities
The Museum of Egyptian Antiquities exhibits more than 120,000 ancient Egyptian artefacts. It is said that if you spend one minute at each exhibit, it will take you nine months to see the whole collection!