Al Muezz Street Cairo
Al-Mu'izz Street is considered one of the oldest streets and things to do in Cairo, it's named after Al Moez Ldin Allah Al Fatmi from the Fatimids dynasty, often they call it The Heart of Old Cairo, especially in Islamic Cairo. Where the greatest architectural treasures in the Islamic world were found, because of Moez Street history. Al-Moez Street is definitely the largest open-air museum of Islamic art in the world.
Al-Muizz Al-Deen Allah Street now contains the most distinguished quantity of Islamic buildings and monuments that are visited usually in Egypt during any Islamic Cairo trips. Going through the heart of Islamic Cairo for its entire space, from Bab al Futuh to Bab Zuweila, we understand how this road is considered one of the most vital places in Islamic Cairo.
Al Muezz Street Cairo and many other architectural achievements of the Muslims in Cairo can be done during one of Egypt's Luxury tours that allows you to stay at the most outstanding hotels and Nile cruises or if you are traveling with a small amount of money and would like to save your time and expenses you can check our wide variety of Egypt cheap budget tours packages, if you have been on an accident and suffer from a physical injury don't ever worry because our professional operators customized a collection of Egypt wheelchair accessible tours packages that use all the accessible vehicles and different facilities for disabled people which is one of the main categories of our Egypt classic tours.
The northern section of Muizz Street Cairo stretches from the Al-Hakim Mosque, which is considered one of the largest mosques in Egypt and it is located to the north of the Market at Al-Azhar Street, passing by the Al-Aqmar Mosque (one of the few well-protected Fatimid mosques) as well as the Qalawun complex.
El Moez Street is one of the most historical streets that you can patiently explore during the Islamic Cairo tour if you plan any tours to Egypt, when you visit al Moez Street you can discover the Islamic civilization.
The southern part stretches from Al Ghuriyah to Bab Zuweila. A walk down this street ends with a labyrinth of shops in the classical Khan Al-Khalili bazaar.
Al-Muizz Street makes it simple to feel both Islamic Cairo’s history and the modern neighborhood that exists besides this developing architecture during a lot of Cairo Day Tours. The street that moves from ( Bab Al-Futuh to Azhar Street) which is (next to Khan Al-Khalili) was lately restored. We reserve you an indescribable welcome in this blessed land of Egypt with the help of our qualified and ready guides.
In Egypt, there is a special place called The Mosque Of Abo El Dahab. It's a place where you can learn about the culture and history of Islamic Cairo.