Visit the famous Baron Empain Palace if you have a stopover in Cairo and discover the mysteries hidden in it. Our Baron Empain Palace Tour from Cairo Airport is a rare activity to try during Cairo day tours, as you will get to see the beautiful royal building,
Price : 25.00 $
Now you have the opportunity to visit the amazing Baron Empain Palace during your layover in Cairo and discover the secrets of it. The Baron Empain arrived in Egypt in January 1904, with the intention of rescuing one of his wife's development projects: the construction of a railway that would link Al-Matariyyah to Port Said. Despite losing the Train contract with the British, Empain remained in Egypt. Our Baron Empain Palace Tour from Cairo Airport is a bizarre activity to try during Cairo day tours as you will get to see the beautiful construction of royalty for the Baron who established the Electric Railways Company of Cairo and Heliopolis Oases, which bought a large portion of the desert some distance from northeastern Cairo at a low price from the British occupation government. Baron Palace through Cairo Trips is your way to get inside the secrets of this incredible palace!
Egypt is one of the most attractive places all over the world that attracts tourists from all the countries to travel to it. Now you have the chance to discover the highlights of Cairo top tours. Try our Cairo day tours travel packages and explore the magic of the Great pyramids in Giza and know more about the Egyptian museum in El Tahrir square. Also, you can live in a good mood in the white desert.
Enjoy a very informative Baron Empain Palace Tour from Cairo Airport from our selection of Cairo excursions to get to see Empain's own residence, which adopted a unique architectural style from South Asia, as Alexander Marcel, a French architect and member of the prestigious French Institute, was commissioned by Empain to build a Hindu-style palace.
Our representative will meet you anywhere in Cairo or Giza to start your Baron Palace Cairo trip and discover the palace which was erected between 1907 and 1910, it still stands today, and is one of the best examples of the earliest creative use of cement. Sadly, it has been shut to the public since the year 1997 when ‘Satanists’ were avowedly practicing rituals here; it became they were a group of teenagers. But now again, it's back open for you to witness the classical art of the era of the Ottoman occupation in Egypt and see the Indian influences that are clear evidence of the perfect architecture.
You will be transferred back to your hotel or any drop-off location after finishing your tours in Cairo.