Cairo, the capital of Egypt, is an amazing city full of life and movement, and it is that way almost 24 hours every day, with the noisy honking of horns, children playing in the streets and merchants selling their wares and services. And here, the Egyptians are most at home in this powerful, modern and ancient city.
From the Cairo Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Cairo
I stayed here a week and was very happy with the choice: The location is very interesting, not only because it is perfectly downtown, but because the house is also famous from the book "Jacoubian Building" by Ala al-Aswany. The street is noisy (but that is the case for almost every hostel in Cairo), but inside the hostel it was quiet. ... more
We stayed in the hostel in January 2013. We lived in a private room with bathroom, with windows to the street and free wifi. If you are looking for a 5 star hotel you are wrong. But if you want to live with the people in Cairo you are invitet to be part of the family with stuff and guests in the hostel. ... more
POPULATION- 6.8 million. I would like to vist Cairo egypt, because I would like to see all the pyramids and statues and I would also like to know what the sand feels like. Cairo is known as the largest city in Africa and the Arab world. It is also one of the most densely populated in the world! Cairo has ...
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Cairo is much like India both culturally and historically. Both have a huge wealth of tradition and History. If India needs to learn anything from this great place is that one should not forget ...
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