Beside the nile river in a very nice boat called (Blue Nile)
At El Morocco you can listen to Arabic, English, French, Italian, Latino, and much more
and dance till 4am
Minimum age is 25
Minimum charge... more
The hotel were useless and wouldnt recommend a good place for bellydancing - the guide book recommended the Palmyra, but in the end we didnt go.
We ended up on a Nile cruise and they offered dinner... more
This is a pub we practically visited every night. It is a small place in Zamalek island which gets easily crowded after 9 pm.
Beer is good and so is wine, you can also have dinner here.
Tusday is... more
Want a truly unforgettable evening of entertainment in Cairo? Then don't miss the world-famous Pyramids Sound and Light Show in Giza!
The Sound and Light Show at the Great Pyramids takes place on the... more
Khan el Khalili is one fun place to shop local products/souvenirs.From keychains,pyramid replicas,rugs,carpet etc...name it and you can find it here!
Though the place is really chaotic at night i... more
The Cairo Opera House was inaugurated on October 10th, 1988, following a void, which lasted 17 Years since the burning down of Cairo's first and World famous Opera House in 1971.The Opera is comprised... more
Cairo is a city of many cities. Throughout its many millennia and several names, Memphis, Babylon, Fustat, or Cairo, Africa's largest city has been a centre of great importance to many civilisations,...
The first thing that struck me when I arrived in Cairo was the chaos. The airport itself, depending on whether you arrive at the old or new terminals, has nothing to welcome you. If there is a health...
Without a doubt my visit to Cairo was unforgettable.
Months passed since my return home and I'm still thinking of the beautiful moments spent there, wishing to be back and explore more.
When I wrote...