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AED 2650 / per person
(1 Review)
Why Go To Cairo

The desert heat, the noisy streets and the sheer size of Cairo will leave even the most adaptable traveler with a serious case of culture shock. The constant bombardment of street vendors, the inescapable aroma of livestock and the seemingly chaotic way of life will joggle the senses. But be patient. Take some time to relax over a cup of tea, to wander the ancient streets and to watch the sun lower over the mighty Nile River. It won’t take long for the city’s treasures to reveal themselves.

Most visitors flock to Egypt’s capital to explore the wonders of the ancient world, following the footsteps of the pharaohs. But there are two sides to Cairo; the city’s residents embrace their history and rejoice in their progress. The ancient pyramids of Giza, Dahshur and Saqqara fight with the trendy bars of the Zamalek and Heliopolis neighborhoods for spotlight. Honking taxi cabs vie for space with braying donkeys in the narrow streets. And the traditional Islamic call to prayer, lounge music and boisterous banter can be heard simultaneously. The only way to get a true sense of Cairo is to take the old with the new.

5 nights / 6 days
  • Departure
    Abu Dhabi
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    5 Star Accommodation
    Airport Transfer
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Tour Plan


Day 1

  • Arrive to Cairo International Airport.
  • Upon arrival meet your airport representative. Transfer to your Hotel in Cairo.
  • Check in to the hotel. Rest of the day is free at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Cairo.

Day 2

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Cairo.

Day 3

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Cairo.

Day 4

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Cairo.

Day 5

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Cairo.

Day 6

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Departure transfer to airport for return trip.

Reviews Scores and Score Breakdown

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  • Munira Al Halabi

    It was an excellent break to see fabulous sights, with hindsight I wished I had booked an extra day to relax before flying home!

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    12/01/2021 at 4:32 PM

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Best Things To Do in Cairo
Some visitors are satisfied with a tour of the Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx, but there is so much more to this city. If it's ancient ruins that draw you to Egypt's capital, carve out some time for the archeological sites of Dahshur, Memphis and Saqqara. For a dose of Egypt's religious past, explore Salah El-Din Citadel and the historic Islamic Cairo and Coptic Cairo neighborhoods. Further insight into Egypt's past can be gained at the Egyptian Museum. When you're in need of a break from Cairo's historic locales, relax in Al Azhar Park or barter for goods at a Khan El-Khalili bazaar. And as dusk sets in over Cairo's sandy terrain, witness the monuments glow in the orange light of the setting sun as you enjoy a felucca ride on the Nile.
What to Eat in Cairo
Cairo's dining scene reflects the people who frequent the city's streets and sights. While many restaurants are influenced by Cairo's geographic location, there are also a variety of internationally inspired eateries for tourists. Some of Cairo's most popular restaurants include Birdcage for Thai dishes, Shogun Japanese Restaurant and Left Bank for European-focused fare. American fast food franchises like McDonald's, Burger King and Pizza Hut are available as well.
However, when you visit Cairo, expect to try Egyptian cuisine. Egyptian meals – like Middle Eastern ones – typically include bread, rice and vegetables like lentils and onions. Fish from the Nile River is also offered on many restaurant menus. To sample local dishes like aish baladi (Egyptian-style pita bread), hamam mahshi (rice- or wheat-stuffed pigeon) and mouloukhiya (rabbit or chicken stew with garlic and mallow – a leafy green vegetable), dine at restaurants like Abou El Sid and Felfela. For a more upscale atmosphere, try fine dining Middle Eastern and Egyptian restaurants like Sabaya and Sequoia.
Keep in mind that Egyptians eat later in the day: Lunch is typically served from 1 to 4 p.m., while dinner service is offered between 8 p.m. and midnight. If your stomach starts to grumble in between meals, snack on street food favorites like koshari (a dish with rice, pasta and lentils covered in a thick tomato sauce) or ful medammes (mashed fava beans with seasonings).

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