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
The staff were very friendly and helpful. Location was very convenient to all the main sites in Cairo,eg. walking distance to Cairo Museum and Khan El Khalli market etc. ... more
The location is perfect. Just a few meters from the Egytian Museum and shopping center. The staffs are very friendly and helpful. They speak good English too. The room rates are very affordable and therefore perfect for budget travellers. ... more
The staff at the hotel were friendly and helpful. They were a bit pushy in trying to get us to use their services for tours here and there. We had booked a double and a triple, but the double was not available, so we ended up staying in the owners double room, rather awkward we felt, and were not given a discount in any way. ... more
cairo - Visa
Hi I am a Canadian and is planning on visiting Cairo. Just wanted to see if anyone knows if I can obtain the visa at the entry point at the Cairo airport? Thanks ...
Sightseeing in Cairo
Hi! What places are worth a visit in Cairo. Cultural places, architectural highlights, restaurants etc. Anything that is typical for Cairo and Egypt! Thanks, Martin ...
Dahab - Cairo
We are finally going to Egypt in November. Plan to spend a few days in Dahab and then in Cairo. Need help to figure out which is the best way to travel from Dahab to Cairo? I know there is bus and I know I can get a taxi ... Thanks for all the answers ...
ah...Cairo. As always LP says it better that I ever could. "Let's address the drawbacks first. The crowds on a Cairo footpath make Manhattan look like a ghost town. You will be hounded by papyrus sellers ...
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