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CAIRO

When you think of Egypt ancient pharaohs and the pyramids at Giza come to mind. These historical icons have their base in Cairo, the city of many faces.  From rustic to modern, Cairo offers much to the interested traveler. The largest city in the Middle East and the capital of Egypt, Cairo is where the pharaohs built their temples, laid the groundwork for their reigns, and left artifacts for people to wonder over for centuries to come. 

The explorer in you won’t be able to resist Egypt. Go into a pyramid and explore the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Ride a camel, hunt for treasure in the bazaars, and enjoy the light show at Giza at night.  Enjoy the bustling city or ride a felucca on the Nile. Cairo provides those options and more.

Abu Serga Church

Abu Serga Church

Discover the most famous crypt among the Egyptians: the Coptic Church of Abu Sarga in Old Cairo. See this and more in your trip with Travel 2 Egypt.

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Beit As-Suhaymi

Beit As-Suhaymi

View the Beit as-Suhaymi house—one of the only houses to survive the Ottoman period in Egypt—in your trip with Travel 2 Egypt.

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Ben Ezra Synagogue

Ben Ezra Synagogue

Want to see the oldest surviving and most important Jewish temple in Egypt? Then check out these exclusive tours of Ben Ezra Synagogue with Travel 2 Egypt.

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Cairo Dinner Cruise

Cairo Dinner Cruise

Enjoy the most delicious Egyptian cuisine, the most incredible entertainment, and the belly dance show with the Dinner Nile Cruise from Travel 2 Egypt!

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Dahshur

Dahshur

Experience a one-of-a-kind trip to the Pyramids of Dahshur that belong to king Senfru and discover the rich history inside with a tour from Travel 2 Egypt!

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Gayer Anderson Museum

Gayer Anderson Museum

The Gayer Anderson Museum is surly worth a visit for its wonderful architecture and remarkable Mashrabeya screens and for the displays exhibited as well.

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Giza Pyramids & Sphinx

Giza Pyramids & Sphinx

According to historical records, Pyramids of Giza was actually constructed as the royal necropolis of Memphis, the first capital of unified ancient Egypt.

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Khan EL Khalili Bazaars

Khan EL Khalili Bazaars

One of the must-seen places in Egypt & was originally established in 1382 by Garkas El Khalili; the master of the horses during the reign of Sultan Barqouq

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Memphis

Memphis

During many periods of prosperity Memphis hosted many temples, palaces, and other structures, it is sad that the only survived structure is Temple of Ptah.

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Rifai Mosque

Rifai Mosque

Rifai Mosque is one of the most fascinating mosques Egypt, Khoshiar Hanem, wanted to establish a structure to become the necropolis of her noble family.

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Saqqara

Saqqara

Saqqara is the most important archeological site in Egypt. It has many monuments but definitely the step pyramid is the most important and enchanting site.

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Sound & Light Show in Giza

Sound & Light Show in Giza

In this show each monuments of Giza, gets the chance to speak up and tells his own story to the audience with accompanied music & marvelous light effects.

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Sultan Hassan Mosque

Sultan Hassan Mosque

Construction of the Sultan Hasan mosque started in 1356 and it was completed in 1361 & considered as one of the largest mosques ever constructed in Egypt.

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Tanoora Show

Tanoora Show

During the past years, Tanoora Dance show in the marvelous historical building of Wikala of El Ghoury has become popular among tourists visiting Egypt.

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The Citadel

The Citadel

The Saladin Citadel was built on a high cliff, 75 meters above sea level, the citadel always provided the rulers of Egypt with the protection they needed.

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The Coptic Museum

The Coptic Museum

The marvelous Coptic Museum in old Cairo was mainly built in 1947 and it now hosts the largest and most valuable Coptic collections in the whole world.

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The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum

The two floors Egyptian Museum was built in 1922 displays the most important findings which gathered from different periods of the Egyptian history.

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The Hanging Church

The Hanging Church

This charming Hanging Church was given that name due to the fact that it was constructed over the ruins of the gates of the Roman fortress of Babylon

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The Tombs of Mamluks

The Tombs of Mamluks

Today this burial site, away from the fact that it accommodates a large number of inhabitants, hosts some of the most remarkable monuments of the Mamluks.

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