When you arrive at the hotel, our guide will pick you up to begin your full-day excursion to Old Cairo. The Saladin Stronghold of Cairo, an ancient Islamic castle in Cairo, Egypt, is a good place to start. Mokattam hill, located close to Cairo's centre, was formerly renowned for its cool wind and breathtaking cityscapes. Take a break for lunch before visiting the Al-Rifa'i Mosque, which is close to Cairo Castle. The structure, which was constructed in Sultan Hassan in 1361 and is situated across from the Mosque-Madrassa, is thought to be a complement to the earlier one.
During Egypt's Mamluk Islamic era, a sizable mosque and madrassa known as the Sultan Hassan Mosque-Madrassa were constructed in the Old City of Cairo. When the mosque was initially built, it was praised for its extraordinary size and cutting-edge architectural features. Al-Maqrizi said that the mosque was home to several "wonders of building" and that its construction had been authorised by an-Nasir Hasan, a sultan with a brief and forgettable career.
In Cairo's Old City, a huge mosque and madrassa known as the Sultan Hassan Mosque-Madrassa were built during the Mamluk Islamic period. The mosque's huge dimensions and cutting-edge architectural characteristics made it special when it was first constructed. Al-Maqrizi said that the mosque had received the endorsement of the mediocre and ephemeral ruler an-Nasir Hasan and that it had various "wonders of architecture."
bring you back to your hotel so you may unwind there.