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Attractions Overview of Cairo
Cairo is the capital of Egypt and the largest capital in the Middle East, it’s called in Arabic Al Qahira, which means “the Victorious city”, and it is known as the city of a Thousand Minarets, as it has a variety in its culture and civilization, Cairo Attractions includes many ancient and modern landmarks, so it became as an open museum for the Pharaonic, Roman, and Greek monuments. Explore the ancient Egyptian history, walk through the marvelous landmarks of Cairo such as Giza Pyramids, Sphinx and Egyptian Museum, which are the most famous Pharaonic monuments, discover the Islamic Cairo and visit Sharia al-Azhar, Citadel of Salah el Din, Wikala of al-Ghouri and Khan El-Khalili, where you’ll have the opportunity to buy beautiful souvenirs.
Get excited and have fun with Flying Carpet Tours, that will give you the chance to find out more about the glamorous monuments and land marks in Cairo, take you to explore the Pharaonic, Islamic, and Coptic treasures at one city. Try our Cairo Tour Packages, Excursions, Shore Excursions, City Break Tours and Nile Cruises in Cairo. Experience the romantic attitude during Cruising the Nile River in a dinner Nile cruise with Belly dancer and Tanoura show with Flying Carpet Tours, explore Cairo at night when the city spreads out with lights, because Cairo is well known as the city that never sleeps, consequently you are going to enjoy the luxury restaurants.
Cairo is one of the largest cities in Africa. Cairo has stood for more than 1,000 years on the same site on the banks of the Nile, primarily on the eastern shore. Located in the northeast of the country, Cairo is the gateway to the Nile delta, where the lower Nile separates into the Rosetta and Damietta branches. Cairo attractions draw millions of visitors to Egypt every year. Over and above the Giza Pyramids, Cairo is also home to many other incredibly popular Egyptian attractions, such as the Egyptian Museum for example. Additionally, visitors can explore ancient churches and mosques, some of which are among the most revered in the world. Besides all the wonderful historical sites, Cairo, as a city, also tends to grow on people. It has a special sort of charm that you won’t find anywhere else in the world. It is a hectic city; it is a chaotic city, but it is also an enchanting city.