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Explore cairo with Cairo Private Tours

Explore cairo with Cairo Private Tours

 

First Fact You Must know : Cairo is big :

just who big you’ll see on the drive in from the airport, Which somtimes takes so long you’ll this you’re driving to Aswan . And What you see on the Way into town , amazingly , is only half of it — Cairo’s West Bank sister city , Giza , stretches to the pyramids , miles from Downtown . But if you’re the sort of person Who Instinctively navigates by compass points , exploring Cairo will be a breeze because the Nile Works like a gaint north-south needle running through the center of the city . If not , you might find the city bewildering at first .
Thankfully, to , you don’t have to conquer all of Cairo to get the most out of it Much of the city was built in the 1960’s , and the new areas hold relatively little of historical or cultural interest. The Older Districts , With the exception of Giza’s Pyramids , are all on the east bank and easly accessible by taxi or metro . This districts become relatively straightforward targets for a days exploration on foot.

Second Fac you must know  : Cairo is too Old :

On the east bank a couple miles south of most of current day Cairo , Was the cities first district. Just north of it is Fustat , the site of the 7th-century Arab settlement. East of that is the Citadel . North of the Citadel is the medieval walled district of all – Qahira that gave the city its name .It is better known as Islamic Cairo . West of that is the colonial district . Known as Downtown , it’s one of several – including Ma’adi , Garden City , Heliopolis and Zamalek — laid out by Europeans in the 19th and 20th centuries (The west bank district of Muhandiseen and Duqqi , by comparisation , have only sprouted up sence the revolution in 1952.) The most interesting sites are in the older districts ; the newer ones have the highest concentration of hotles , restaurants , and shops.
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