Our Islamic Cairo town trip starts with a trip to the Citadel of Salah Ed-Din. Situated on top of top of Cairo, the Citadel features spectacular opinions of the town. Built by the Arabic idol Salah ad-Din, the Citadel mainly operated as a army garrison, as well as being a elegant property for over 700 years.
Continuing in the traditional customs of Islamic Cairo, our Cairo trip next will pay a trip to the popular Sultan Hassan Mosque, which goes returning to the Thirteenth millennium. Considered to be one of the works of art of Islamic art and structure, its history also contains time invested as a school. Similarly amazing is the Mohamed Ali Mosque, one of Cairo’s most noticeable attractions, with its double minarets increasing on top of top of the Citadel.
Shifting equipment, our Cairo town trip leads returning to the roads and towards a popular regional bazaar, Khan el-Khalili. A network of filter roads and passageways, Khan el-Khalili is one of the world’s biggest bazaars, and provides a truly genuine regional Cairo encounter. Among the world’s earliest bazaars, way returning to 1382, Khan el-Khalili provides a practical encounter unique to the old roads of Islamic Cairo, and offers the opportunity to get with residents, as residents do, tracking for discounts and soothing with a coffee as the bustle of the bazaar goes you by.
Inclusions: Local British discussing information, entry charges to the Citadel of Saladin, transport.
Exclusions: Refreshments, items of a personal characteristics, tips / gratuities for your information.