Wheelchair Accessible Coptic and Islamic Cairo Trips

Price Starting From : $60

 Wheelchair Accessible Coptic and Islamic Cairo Trips

Enjoy this amazing Wheelchair Accessible Coptic and Islamic Cairo Trip to visit the Citadel of Saladin, a very famous Muslim leader who built this fortress to secure the capital from the inside and to be the center of the government for almost 700 years. 

Have fun visiting the pretty Mosque Of Muhammad Ali | The Alabaster Mosque In Cairo, which is an amazing building that looks a lot like the Blue Mosque in Istanbul., and discover the attractions of the Coptic Cairo tour, such as the Hanging Church, and then the oldest market, Khan El Khalili Bazaar to have the best walking tours in Cairo and see the real lifestyle of the ordinary Egyptian. Book your Cairo day trips now and enjoy an unparalleled service offered by our experienced tour guides and operators from Cairo Top Tours who are going to do their best to make your tours to Egypt memorable! 

Enjoy our private guided Cairo wheelchair-accessible tours! which let you know about the highlights in Cairo and know different informations about Egypt and its culture



All transportation from/to your hotel in Cairo or Giza are included.

Tickets and entrance fees to the mentioned sites during your tour in Cairo and Giza are included.

Transportation during all our Cairo day trips will be done by a private air-conditioned car.

Delicious lunch in a local restaurant during your Wheelchair Accessible Coptic and Islamic Cairo Trips.

English-speaking ( or other languages if available ) tour guide during Egypt Day Tours.

You will have a bottle of water during the tour.

Stops for snacks upon request.

Try local tea mint or coffee in one of the most famous cafes in Cairo, such as El-Fishawy or Layali El-Hussein.

Shopping tours in Cairo.

All taxes and service charges are included in the mentioned prices of the trips in Cairo.


Any extras, which are not mentioned in the Cairo trips itinerary.

Tipping or gratitudes during your Egypt tours.

Beverage during meals.

During Ramadan, tourist sites close at 3:00 pm, so the tours usually start one hour in advance.

You will be picked up from any hotel in Cairo or Giza approximately at 08:00 AM by your expert tour guide and a private Wheelchair Accessible vehicle to enjoy a wonderful Cairo city tour that covers the principal masterpieces of Old Cairo and the labyrinth of streets of the famous Khan El Khalili Bazaar. You will see the Saladin Citadel, constructed by Salah Al-Din on the Moqattam hills in 1183 A.D as a protection against the troops of the crusaders.

The area is famous for its fresh air and extensive views of Cairo, it is now a preserved historical site of mosques and the Military Museum, including the Mohamad Ali Alabaster Mosque which was built under the supervision of the Turkish architect Yousif Boushnaq, who came to Cairo mainly from Istanbul to create this magnificent structure.

Enjoy lunch in a good quality restaurant, then you will continue on Islamic Cairo trips, to spend some time at the famous market of Khan El Khalili, Cairo’s oldest bazaar.

You will be transported in about 30 minutes to visit the historical churches in Coptic Cairo, beginning with the Hanging Church of the Holy Virgin Mary and the Church of St Sergius or the cavern church all the way to Ben Ezra Synagogue which is considered one of the oldest Jewish synagogues in Cairo.

Our certified tour guide will drop you off at your hotel after your Wheelchair Accessible Coptic and Islamic Cairo Trips are done.


1 Person

$135 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$90 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$75 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$60 Per Person

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If you're wondering about the optimal way to explore Egypt, joining a guided multi-day tour is highly recommended. Egypt is a remarkable country, boasting a plethora of captivating attractions that should not be missed. To ensure you experience all the highlights, such as the Valley of the Kings, the Giza Pyramids, and Coptic, Islamic Cairo, which is called old Cairo, opting for a guided tour is the way to go. This way, you won't miss any of the top attractions this fascinating nation offers.

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wheelchair users may be subject to certain constraints or restrictions, despite the tour operators' best efforts to offer accessible experiences. These can be things like uneven ground, small doorways, or restricted access in some places. To guarantee a satisfactory trip, it is recommended to communicate your unique requirements and expectations with the tour operator in advance.

Coptic Cairo is like a special neighborhood in Old Cairo. It has an old fortress called Babylon, a museum about the Coptic people, and some cool churches like the Hanging Church and the Greek Church of St. George. There are also lots of other old churches and places with a lot of history in Coptic Cairo.

If you like learning about the past, you might like going to the Khan el-Khalili Bazaar. It's a really old market that has been there since 1382 and still looks a lot like it did back then. You can walk around its small paths and find really old mosques, monuments, and buildings that have been kept nice for many years.

Participants with disabilities may be required to provide information about their accessibility needs in advance to ensure a smooth and comfortable experience. It's advisable to contact the tour provider directly to discuss any specific requirements.



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