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Average Flying Time4 Hours 52 Minutes
Airline FlyingEgypt Air, British Airways,Turkish Airlines,Air France,KLM
Average Flying Kms3518KM
Best Time to TravelJanuary to May, September to December
Time Zone UTC/GMT +2 hours
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 10.5 EGP
Modes of TransportTaxi,Car,Metro,Foot,Boat,Bus
Why Fly to Cairo
Top 10 Places to Visit
One of the Ancient Seven Wonders in the world, a trip to Cairo is incomplete without a visit to the great pyramids. Whist admiring the amazing architecture, don’t miss to catch a glimpse of the Sphinx.
This is a must visit, which is located in the heart of the city. One can unravel numerous stories of the Egypt artefacts and relics found in pyramids and surrounds. The ‘Book of Dead’ and death mask of ‘Tutankhamen’ are featured in the museum.
Located in the outskirts of Cairo, it is a 4 mile enormous cemetery. The structure in the cemetery is worth a glimpse for they are fabulous and inspiringly built. To your surprise, visitors can find people settling in the city of dead for shelter.
One of the most prominent waterways in the world, a trip to the Suez Canal is worthy. Built in the 1869, it is an engineering masterpiece and sometimes enjoys the nickname – ‘Highway to India’
Kahn-Ali Kalili is one of Cairo’s biggest open-air markets. Since the 14th century, families have been working in the Khan Market passing down to generations. Make it to the heart of the city to stroll through the bustling market to find anything and everything.
An important archaeological site, it is a popular spot among historical buffs, archaeological enthusiasts and other inquisitive visitors to witness monuments such as Step Pyramid of Djoser, Pyramid of Unas, Pyramid of Sekhemket and Mastaba of Ti.
Built during the years of 1820s and 1850s, it is a marvellous architecture within the premises of Mohammed Ali Mosque. The architecture style comprises of Ottoman Style and it has become an extremely popular tourist hotspot.
This is renowned to be among the best examples of early Mamluk architecture. Make it there to see the grand courtyard which is enormous and breathtakingly beautiful.
Located in close proximity to Downtown Cairo, it is a village, which depicts and represents Egypt. There are various museums, which showcases pyramids, mummification and Islamic history.
One of the largest parks, it is a great escape from the bustling metropolis. Take a break and relax under the shades of trees or enjoy a stroll down the garden to see the beautiful blossoms.