Featured in This Tour
The Egyptian Museum of antiquities which accommodates more than 120,000 pieces from ancient Egypt, and the golden collection of king Tut.
Downtown Area where you see Midan El-Tahrir, Sharia Qasr El-nil, Sharia Talaat Harb, The Egyptian Cinema houses, and shops sell clothes, leather bags, and shoes. Downtown Cairo with the surrounding area is also referred to as Cairo the 2nd as it was built later after Cairo “Al-Qahira” to almost replace it in 1869 when the Suez canal was opened by Khedive Ismail. This is a trip that covers all the sightseeing in this area which is actually rich in attractions and places to see.
The Opera House
Outside View. Opportunity to go inside to the cafeteria for a drink.
The tower is the highest building in Cairo with a rotating restaurant at the top. See the view of Cairo from the top of the tower.
The Egyptian Antiquities museum
The museum is the biggest in the world with around 120000 pieces from ancient Egypt. It was opened in 1901.
Downtown was built in 1869 on the occasion of the opening the Suez canal.
Tahrir Square is the famous square of the Arab spring. The square was fully loaded with Egyptian protesters in 2011.