Cairo Tourist Attractions
We Have many important Cairo Tourist Attractions that are tourist attractions for all those interested in studying the history of the region from all over the world.
Tourism in Cairo depends on the many monuments that resulted from the diversity of civilizations and their differences throughout the ages, including the Pharaonic, Coptic, Roman, and Islamic civilizations.
For Pyramids and Pharaonic Lovers
Pyramids of Giza
Giza pyramid complex is located on the Giza plateau is one of the most important tourist places in Cairo, Egypt, on the west bank of the Nile.
It includes three pyramids of Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure, which were built around 25 centuries BC. They are royal tombs, each bearing the name of the king who built it and who was buried in it. The pyramid building here is the stage of the development of tomb architecture in ancient Egypt.
The pyramids are characterized as one of the most important seven wonders of the world, one of the biggest puzzles, ancient and modern history, and the most Cairo tourist attractions
Sphinx of Giza Pyramids
The Great Sphinx is one of the most famous and distinctive tourist attractions in Egypt. The statue represents the body of a lion with the head of Pharaoh of Egypt carved in the form of a large statue, reaching a length of 73 meters, and a height of 20 meters.
It was built during the reign of King Khafre in about 2530 BC. The Great Sphinx is located next to the three pyramids of Giza, and it is believed that the statue was built to protect the Pharaonic tombs inside the pyramids from evil spirits, hence its Arabic name as the Sphinx.
Saqqara Pyramid of Djoser
The Saqqara Pyramid is the oldest pyramid built in ancient Egypt. Saqqara pyramid is located in Giza, specifically in the Saqqara region. The pyramid of Djoser was built between 2737 – 2717 BC by the royal architect Imhotep, and the purpose behind the construction was to allocate a cemetery for the burial of Egyptian nobles, and its discovery was during 1837 by the researcher John Bering.
One of the most important landmarks that you can visit at the pyramid of Saqqara is the southern cemetery, through which you can enjoy watching the wonderful pharaonic inscriptions and drawings, all dedicated to the king.
Memphis city was the ancient capital of Egypt and represents the first region of Lower Egypt. Its ruins are located near the town of Mit Rahina, 20 km south of Giza.
It is an ideal place to learn about Egyptian history and the civilization of the pharaohs and discover the lifestyles that prevailed in those eras. The Pharaonic Village simulates the ancient villages of the Pharaohs that were present for thousands of years, where you can learn about their contents, landmarks, buildings, and even their personalities. We advise you to visit the Pharaonic Village when you are tourism in Cairo.
The Egyptian Museum is located in Tahrir Square in Cairo and the museum collects the largest collection of statues, antiques, coffins, and other impressive exhibits. Which made it one of the largest museums in the world, as the museum includes more than 150 thousand artifacts that express all stages of ancient Egyptian history.
The national museum of Egyptian civilization
The Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.. It is located near the Babylon fortress, overlooking Lake Ain Al-Sira in the heart of the historic city of Fustat in the Old Cairo region of Cairo.
And The museum accommodates fifty thousand artifacts that tell the stages of the development of Egyptian civilization, in addition to a display of the achievements of the Egyptian man in various fields of life from the dawn of history until the present time.
The Museum contains models, photographs, manuscripts, oil paintings, artifacts, and antiquities from the Stone Age, Pharaonic, Greco-Roman, Coptic, Arab, Sudan civilizations, and the modern era.
Citadel of Saladin
Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi set out to build a fortress on the Mokattam mountain in Cairo, in a place known as the Air Dome, but he could not complete its construction in his lifetime. Rather, it was completed by Sultan Al-Kamil bin Al-Adil.
The first person to inhabit it was Al-Malik Al-Kamil, and he made it a home for the king, and it continued until the era of Muhammad Ali, as it is one of the most important monuments in the world witnessing the medieval wars. It is one of the most important places.
Mosque of Muhammad Ali
The Muhammad Ali Mosque is built in the Ottoman style in the city of Cairo, similar to ” the Hagia Sophia Mosque in Istanbul “, built by Muhammad Ali Pasha inside the Citadel of Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi in Cairo, the Egyptian capital, between the period from 1830 to 1848.
Ibn Tulun Mosque
It is a mosque built by Ahmed bin Tulun in the year 263 AH. Tulun is one of the Turkish Mamluks, and he was concerned with engineering matters in building the mosque. The minaret of the mosque is considered the oldest minaret in Egypt, and it is the only remaining mosque in Egypt whose features have not changed for hundreds of years. The Mosque of Ibn Tulun is the only mosque in Egypt that was dominated by the Samarra style, where the minaret of the spiral minaret is listed, and it is considered one of the best tourist places in Cairo
Sultan Hassan Mosque
The Imam Hussein Mosque was built during the Fatimid era in the year 549 AH corresponding to the year 1154 AD under the supervision of Minister Al-Salih Tala’s in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
The mosque includes 3 doors built of white marble, one of which overlooks Khan Al-Khalili, and another door next to the dome, known as the Green Gate. It is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in Egypt
Kan Kalili & El moaz Street
One of the most important and famous Cairo markets, and it is a major attraction for both tourists and Egyptians. The Khan Al-Khalili market includes exhibits of handicrafts such as copperplates, woodwork, and other antiques and souvenirs that attract tourists to buy as a souvenir of their visit to the city. The market also includes many famous bookstores in addition to the famous Al-Fishawy Café.
El Moez Street, One of the most important streets in Old Cairo, you will feel that you are inside an open museum of Islamic architecture and art, as it includes the corridors of this great street, at its entrance, there is the Victory Gate, which was one of the gates of Fatimid Cairo, which is a unique architectural masterpiece, and includes a large number of ancient mosques.
Coptic & Christian Attractions
The Hanging church
The Hanging Church in Cairo, one of the oldest tourist attractions in Egypt, dates back to the late third century AD, and is considered the jewel of churches in the world, according to archaeologists’ estimation. It is called by this name because it was erected on two huge towers of the Babylon Fortress, about 13 meters high from The earth’s surface.
The Coptic Museum