Cairo is the capital of Egypt and one of the largest cities in Africa, A cosmopolitan city that blends charm of the Middle East with Mediterranean flavor anaccommodates 26% of the Egyptian population, it’s called Al Qahira in Arabic, which means the Victorious city, also called city of a thousand Minarets, Cairo was founded to be Egypt’s capital in AD 969 by the Islamic Fatimid dynasty, it is a melting pot where antiquities of Pharaonic dynasties, Greco-Roman civilization, Christian and Islamic landmarks co-exist.Cairo is one of the most unique cities in the world, Get the chance to visit the famous Cairo sightseeing Explore the ancient Egyptian history scout Dazzling Pyramids of Giza and Egyptian Museum ,then Go deep into the ancient civilization and culture, watching the Huge Statue of Ramses II at the Open Air Museum in Memphis, explore Sakkara Step Pyramid which is considered the oldest structure in the history, then Escape from the bustle of the city And Enjoy Coptic Cairo walk Tour or Islamic and Coptic Cairo Tour, combines a variety of religious monuments and the three heavenly messages Islam, Christianity and Judaism. visit The Hanging Church and Ben Ezra Synagogue, where you’ll enjoy the fascinating sights, and Khan El Khalili, where you will have the opportunity to buy souvenirs.Discover all what Cairo has to offer through unforgettable Cairo City Tours,Enjoy the warm sun while watching it’s rising, or you can join the Felucca Boat at night with Things to do in cairo, In the Heart of Cairo City, The eternal River Nile flows gently from south to north, A Cairo visitor cannot miss sailing in a Nile felucca at sunset.During the latter half of the 15th century, two final major transformations took place in Cairo: the port of Bulaq, and a district called Azbakeya in the northwest section of the city. The perimeters of the city had been unchanged for the past 300 years according to the map done by the French expedition in 1798 AD. With the Barsbay’s conquest of Cyprus in 1428, Bulaq became the major port of Cairo. By the end of the 15th century.