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4 hours
Availability : Everyday
Max People : 100
Tour Details

Cairo Night Tour to visit Abdeen Palace, The Unknown Soldier Monument, El-Fishawy Café and El-Moez Street.

Departure & Return Location


Price Includes

  • Round trip transfer from / to your destination in private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Tour guide with the language you speak.
  • All the entrance fees to all the mentioned sites as per the itinerary.
  • Bottled water during your trip.
  • All service charges and taxes

Price Excludes

  • Any extras not mentioned in the program
  • Tipping

Cairo by Night

At 18:00 pm, Our guide will meet you from your hotel in Cairo or Giza to start your exciting and beautiful tour to visit Abdeen Palace, which is considered The most famous Egyptian palaces that witnessed many events from the royal era until the emergence of modern Cairo.

Abdeen Palace is a rare historical masterpiece and is one of the most famous palaces built during the rule of the family of Muhammad Ali Pasha in Egypt, where it was the seat of the government from 1872 until 1952. After that, we will go directly to visit The Unknown Soldier Monument in Nasr City is a pyramid-shaped memorial located in the suburb of Nasr City. Designed by the Egyptian artist Sami Rafea and built on the orders of the late Egyptian President Anwar Sadat to commemorate the Egyptians who lost their lives in the war of attrition and the October 1973 war. The same site was chosen as the burial place for President Sadat after his assassination in October 1981. And then we will visit El-Fishawy Café, one of the most famous cafés in Cairo, located in the Al-Azhar district,dating back to 1797. The café was famous and shining thanks to the Egyptian writer Naguib Mahfouz, who used to sit in the “Fishawy” Café, where the café saw many of the first drafts For his novels, then we go to Al-Moez Street, a street that represents the heart of the old city of Cairo, which was developed to be an open museum of Islamic architecture and antiquities (Sultan Barquq Mosque and Madrasah, Al-Aqmar Mosque, Blue Mosque, Dome, Hospital and Qalawun School). The street extends from Bab Al-Futuh north of Bab Zuweila to the south, and it is one of the largest open Islamic museums in Cairo. It is recognized as one of the largest collections of medieval architectural treasures in the Islamic world.


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