Flights to Cairo
Exotic and down to earth, ancient and modern, Cairo is a city of contrasts and there's much more to this dynamic metropolis than just pyramids. Every trip to the capital of Egypt leaves visitors with memories of sights and experiences, people and tastes. It could be memories of haggling for beautiful fabrics in the Khan al-Khalili bazaar, listening to jazz as the River Nile flows past at the Kempinski Bar or hearing the call of the muezzin from Al-Azhar mosque as you sip tea in Tahrir Square. It's a city that is full of life and energy, but it's also welcoming.
Things to do in Cairo
The most obvious thing that all tourists need to do in the Egyptian capital is to visit the Pyramids of Giza. How many other cities in the world have one of the wonders of the ancient world on their doorstep? Enter the corridors of the Great Pyramid, gaze at the enigmatic Sphinx and see the unearthed ceremonial boats at the Solar Boat Museum.
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Events in Cairo
The Egyptian capital loves to stage major festivals and spectacles. Why not time your visit to coincide with one of the many major events that take place every year in the city? The Cairo International Book Fair brings the literary elite of the Arab world to town in January, May's Spring Festival sees music and dance events in every district, while the International Film Festival is November's premier attraction.
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Where to stay in Cairo
The hotels Cairo has offer a wide variety for the casual traveler and those on a tight budget. For convenience hotels Cairo has the downtown area where a lot of the hotels Cairo has are located. For the more luxurious hotels Cairo has, try nearer the Pyramids, though this will mean long taxi rides to other sights.
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