Listed as one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World, the Giza Pyramids Complex and Necropolis in Egypt are well and truly the face of an Ancient Civilization.
Built during the 27th century BC, Djoser Step Pyramid stands in the Saqqara necropolis which is located in Memphis, the capital of the Old Kingdom.
The Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, usually just called the “Egyptian Museum”, houses the world’s biggest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts.
The Dahshur Pyramids make up an ancient royal necropolis, located approximately 40 kilometers south of Cairo - the pyramids were built from 2613 – 2589 BC.
The Cairo Citadel in Egypt is a medieval Islamic fortification constructed in 1183 CE around the ancient city to protect against the invading Crusaders.
Khan El Khalili bazaar is located in the Islamic district of Cairo. It is said to be the oldest open air market in the Middle East, and a must see attraction.
Welcome to Cairo’s all-new Grand Egyptian Museum and enjoy never before seen artifacts, and for the first time ever, the complete Tutankhamen collection.
Meet the pharaohs face to face in their pyramids and explore their ancient tombs and temples – Discover the best Cairo tourist attractions.
Discover the history of the Islamic world when you visit the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo, rated as one of the world’s greatest museums of its kind.
Relive a part of Egypt’s history when you visit Cairo’s infamous Tahrir Square, the epicenter of protests and demonstration - and a vibrant city.
Revisit the 6th century and discover the fascinating history of Babylon Fortress in Cairo, one of the most formidable fortified cities ever built in Egypt.
Discover all you need to know about Aqmar Mosque, Egypt’s oldest surviving small mosque, and one of the most beautiful Fatimid mosques ever built.
Marvel at Egypt’s best example of 17th-century Islamic architecture at the Gayer Anderson Museum, then step inside and enjoy a magical journey through time.
Surround yourself with beautiful Fatimid era architecture at the splendid Al-Hakim Mosque in Cairo; the ideal place to enjoy some peace and tranquility.
Visit Old Cairo with us and stroll through Fatimid-era Bab-al-Futuh, one of the last remaining fortified gates that kept enemies out of the old walled city.
Join us for a visit to the vast Sultan Al-Ghuri Complex in the heart of medieval Cairo; a funerary complex built by Egypt’s second last Mamluk ruler.
Visit the exceptional Al-Gawhara Palace and enjoy a peek into the life of Muhammad Ali as you wonder around admiring indescribable architectural splendor.
Come visit the vast Qalawun Complex in the heart of Medieval Cairo, and home to the world’s second-most beautiful mausoleum.
Enjoy a visit to Baron Empain Palace, the most beautifully bazaar building in Egypt, set in a spectacular neo-Islamic city created by the baron himself.
Don’t miss out on the chance to experience one of Islamic Cairo’s most amazing attractions, the spectacular Aqsunqur Mosque which was built in 1347.
Enjoy a magnificent journey through time at the Coptic Museum in Cairo as you marvel at the world’s largest collection of Egyptian Christian artifacts.
Visit the Al Hussein Mosque in Cairo, one of the holiest Muslim sites in Egypt, and home to the world’s oldest complete manuscript of the Quran.
Enjoy a peaceful and blissfully quiet stroll though the Museum of Modern Egyptian Art in Cairo, and marvel at more than 10,000 modern works of art.
Discover how the ancient Egyptians went about their daily lives; visit the Pharaonic Village on Ya'aqoub Island, a stone throw away from downtown Cairo.
Enjoy an unforgettable taste of how royalty lived during the 19th and early 20th century when you visit the splendid yet modest Manial Palace in Cairo.
Explore the very best Cairo Egypt Attractions. Come browse our beautiful tourist guides and discover the most important sites to see in Cairo, Egypt.
Visit Qasr El Nil Bridge to enjoy unrivaled views of the city’s skyline, and to meet the famous Lions of Kasr El Nil, guardians of the bridge since 1933.
Escape from all the madness in Cairo and visit the phenomenal Al-Azhar Park; a vast, lush and tranquil oasis in the heart of an urbanized desert.
Enjoy operas, orchestral musicals, and world-class ballet performances at the 1,200 seat Cairo Opera House, the best such venue on the African continent.
Everyone who visits Egypt wants to see the pyramids, and the good news is, now you can visit them at night as well, thanks to the Giza Pyramids Sound and Light Show.
The Hanging Church of Cairo is one of Egypt’s oldest churches, believed to have been built in 690 AD. It’s also Egypt’s most famous Basilica style churches.
The desert regions of Cairo can be unforgiving places, but they can also be wonderfully accommodating, as is the case with the beautiful Wadi El Rayan oasis.
Cairo has countless fascinating attractions, but it is also a very densely, populated city that never sleeps. Fortunately, places like Wadi Degla are not far away.
The Abusir Complex is often left out of tour brochures, but it’s an ancient site of interesting historical significance.
The Mosque of Mohammad Ali in Cairo is also fondly referred to as the Alabaster Mosque, and thanks to its outstanding beauty, it’s the most visited mosque in Egypt.
The Mosque of Ibn Tulun is by no means Cairo’s most splendid mosque, but it certainly is worth a visit if you have an interest in historical religious sites.
The Mosque of Amr Ibn El-As might not be the grandest mosque or most famous mosque, but it’s the first mosque ever built in Africa, and certainly worth a visit.
Cairo is home to so many mosques that it’s sometimes referred to as the City of Minarets, but even so, the Mosque of Al Azhar still manages to stand out.
Hidden amongst the vast urban sprawl of modern day Cairo, lies a very unique religious site known as the Monastery of St. Simon the Tanner (Monastery complex of St. Sama'an), and it’s a real gem.
Memphis in Egypt served as the country’s capital during the Old Kingdom. For this reason, many tourists see it as a great starting point of their vacation.
The city of Al-Matariyyah which lies in the northern region of Cairo is one of the country’s oldest cities, and was once renowned for its unrivalled beauty and grandeur.
The Meidum Pyramid is believed to have been built for Pharaoh Huni. However, the pyramid was never completed due to a design fault which caused it to collapse.
Islamic Cairo, also known as Medieval Cairo, is home to the region’s most historically significant mosques and Islamic monuments, but it has even more to offer.
Located right in the very heart of Old Cairo, In the Coptic Compound, one will find the delightful old Church of St. George, and it really is well worth a visit.
With so many sites to visit in Egypt, one would be forgiven for overlooking places like the Church of St. Barbara, but it honestly is a little gem worth seeing.
Reaching 187 meters into the sky, Cairo Tower is undeniably one of Cairo’s most distinguishable landmarks, and one which is definitely worth a visit.
Considering that Egypt has been home to so many different cultures and religions, it’s not surprising to see the ancient Ben Ezra Synagogue at the heart of Cairo City.
Prepare to be mesmerized when you visit 500-suite Abdeen Palace in Cairo, an extravagant palace which is now host to multiple fascinating museums.