Explore The Most Famous Cairo Tourist Attractions

Explore all that you are looking for about Cairo tourist attractions with our full guide. Read more about all the amazing history of Cairo tourist attractions. Explore the hidden fact about the incredible Egyptian Museum, the glorious Giza Pyramids complex that contains the three Pyramids and the Great Sphinx, all the artifacts and attraction of the Fatimid and Ottoman Empires such as Khan El Khalili, Salah El Din Citadel and many more. 

The Egyptian pyramids are historically important buildings, thanks to their sophisticated design, in addition to the hieroglyphic writings and distinctive antiques found in

The Egyptian Museum is hard to miss on any tour of Cairo. Opening in 1902, it was purpose-built to house the antiquities of Ancient Egypt.

The Citadel Of Saladin was built by Saladin El Ayouby, towards  the end of the 12th century. He was once a famous king and army leader, as well as the founde

The oldest structures in Cairo date back only to the last couple of centuries BC during Greco-Roman period; however, on the fringes of the city stand the Giza Pyramids, som

Djoser’s Step Pyramid at Saqqara is one of the most important archeological sites in all of Egypt. this structure is vital to archeologists’ understanding of th

This is a site situated to the north of Giza in the Libyan plateau that served as a royal necropolis in the south of Saqqara. In the necropolis of Dahshur stands Pyramid Co

Khan El Khalili is located 12 km from downtown- Cairo. Khan El Khalili market is situated at one corner of a triangle of markets that go south to Bab Zuwayla and west to Az

The Mosque of Amr Ibn Al As is the first Mosque in Egypt. The glory of this Mosque come from being the announcement of the beginning of the Islamic Period in Egypt.

The Mosque of Ibn Tulun was built as the ceremonial center of the new capital Al-Qatta’i. Read on to know more!

Madrasah and Tomb of Sultan Hasan was built between 1356-60. Its size was unprecedented. Mosque of Sultan Hassan is one of the largest mosques in the world.

Founded in AD 970 as the centrepiece of the newly created Fatimid city, Al Azhar is one of Cairo’s earlier mosques, and its sheikh is considered the highest theologic

The Hanging Church is situated in Old Cairo, it dates back to the late third century and the beginning of the fourth century A.D.

The Synagogue of Ben Ezra is situated behind the hanging church. It is believed that the site of the Synagogue was where the box of Baby Moses was found.

The Cairo Tower is considered one of the most prominent features of the Egyptian capital. It was built from 1956 to 1961. Click here to know more.

The Coptic Museum lies behind the walls of the famous Roman fortress of Babylon in the ancient district of Cairo (Misr Al-Qadima).

The Solar Boat Museum is situated to the south of the Great pyramid. It was established by Kamal El, read more.