Take the opportunity by visiting Cairo City to the Citadel of Saladin Tour, El Moez Street, and the oldest Bazaar Khan El Khalili to get closer to Medieval Cairo with its historic alleys and paved streets. Visit Saladin Citadel and El Moez street before enjoying the oldest Bazaar in Egypt, Khan El Khalili!
Price : 50.00 $
Do you want to experience Cairo CityTour? to visit Saladin Citadel Tour, El Moez Street, and the old Khan El Khalili. It's your chance to get closer to Medieval Cairo with its historic roads and paved streets. Visit Saladin Citadel which is a medieval Islamic-era fortification built by Salah ad-Din and developed by subsequent Egyptian rulers. and El Moez street, one of the oldest streets in Islamic Cairo and the longest, it also has the greatest collection of medieval architectural wealth in the Islamic world. before you enjoy the oldest Bazaar in Egypt, Khan El Khalili.
Are you ready to start your Cairo City Tour? you will be transported from your hotel in Cairo by our representative to meet your privet guide to starting a new adventure in Medieval Cairo starting with the Citadel of Saladin, or as we say in Arabic Salah Al-Din Citadel built by the Muslim leader Salah Al-Din in the 12th Century to be the strongest fortification for Cairo and also to be a residence for the government and the army. There are many buildings en the Citadel includes but the most impressive of them is the Mosque of Mohamed Ali which is similar to the Turkish style of architecture art. The Citadel continued major development during the following 700 years since it was built by Saladin especially during the Mamluk Sultanate.it has been proclaimed by UNESCO as part of the world heritage site in 1976 and opened to the public officially in 1983.
Continue your Cairo Tours to take a look at the beauty of Islamic Cairo represented in El Moezz Street historic buildings and mosques which have the greatest collection of medieval architectural wealth in the Islamic world. The street is named after the fourth caliph of the Fatimid dynasty, Al-Mu'izz li-Din Allah and it stretches from Bab Al-Futuh to Bab Zuweila in the South, those were gates to Cairo at that time,also you can enjoy your time at the oldest bazaar in Egypt, Khan El Khalili Grand Bazaar where you can buy souvenirs and enjoy Egyptian tea time in The El-Fishawy cafe which first opened its doors in 1797 and it will give you a vintage sentimental feeling.
Later you will be transferred back to your hotel in Cairo.