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  • 05 16, 2023

The Andalus Garden is located in Cairo in a privileged location, as it overlooks the Nile from the east and the first Al-Jazeera Street from the west, and from the north, it overlooks Al-Jib Studio, but from the south, it overlooks the New Opera Square and the first Qasr Al-Nil Bridge. Al-Faqar, in 1935, and is built on two acres, and the southern part is called the Arabian Paradise Garden, in the style of the Andalusian Arab gardens in southern Spain, and there are perennial trees in it. The northern part is called the Pharaonic Garden, and it was decided to include the garden in the list of Islamic and Coptic monuments.

As a perfect start to this beautiful day that you will spend in this park, we recommend that you start wandering around the park and enjoy all the landscapes that you will find yourself surrounded by, such as those lush trees and vast green spaces.

What distinguishes this garden is that it includes unique-style sculptures and wonderful fountains, as well as beautiful water pools. As for moments of contemplation, you can spend them sitting in one of the seating areas distributed throughout the garden. The unique view offered by the park on the Nile River is worth taking a good time to see the wonderful view that will captivate you. We also recommend enjoying the beautiful views by sitting in one of the restaurants or cafes available in the park. One of the aspects of the beauty of this park is the river that passes inside it, which attracts many hikers and will also attract you to walk along it, and you will also realize that there are some boats on the river, and therefore you can.

Andalus Park in Cairo provides spaces for sports lovers that allow them the opportunity to enjoy some sports activities, such as walking and jogging on the roads designated for that.

After many years of neglect, the Andalus Garden in Cairo returned to the focus of attention after entering the development space within the framework of restoring the civilized appearance and preserving heritage. Pharaonic, located on an area of ​​​​9 thousand square meters.

Experience our Cairo layover tours to enjoy a short trip to the great land of the Pharaohs, our team will be helping you choose the nicest and best Egypt tour itineraries, which will allow you to cover most of the important sightseeing and historical spots in the country, we also organize some of the most decent trips for anyone with reduced mobility, visit Egypt Wheelchair Accessible Tours during the holiday, to find the best program, we provide our special clients who may have any sort of a handicap, with a prepared vehicle and a wheelchair. Do not wait longer to experience the lovely adventures in the land of the great kings and queens, and have a look at our Egypt Luxury custom tours and holidays, to make your vacation too good and different to forget.

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This garden was established by Muhammad Bey Zulfiqar, in 1935 at the end of the reign of King Fouad I, and it is built on two acres and consists of two parts. The southern part is called the Garden of Arab Paradise, which is in the style of the Arab-Andalusian gardens located in southern Spain. There are perennial trees such as the "Adi" tree, which is over 70 years old, and the northern part is called the Pharaonic Park, and it was decided to include the park in the list of Islamic and Coptic monuments.


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