Details of the Night Tour to Khan El-Khalili Bazaar and Islamic Cairo from Hotel
- Duration: From 3 To 5 Hours
- Location: Cairo
- Availability: Available Everyday
- Pick up and drop off: Your Hotel
- Tour Type: Private
Fascinating Night Tour to Khan El-Khalili Bazaar and Islamic Cairo from Hotel
Discover the magical old Al-Qahira and the wonders of the medieval era through this fascinating Night Tour to Khan El-Khalili Bazaar and Islamic Cairo from Hotel. An excellent trip to Khan El Khalili and Islamic Cairo at Night is available for those who want to explore the old, medieval structures in the light and learn about residents’ daily lives in Egypt. We’ll also go by the skilled businesses to watch the artisans fashioning exquisite items of jewelry, undergarments, copper, and other materials. Possibility to purchase and experience the genuine Cairo atmosphere while strolling around Khan El Khalili’s city market. Book this Night Tour to Khan El Khalili Bazaar and Islamic Cairo from Hotel now!
Detailed itinerary of the Night Tour to Khan El Khalili Bazaar and Islamic Cairo from Hotel
Pick up from the hotel at 5 pm:
Pick up from the lobby of the hotel, Egypt Fun Tour guide will be waiting in the lobby. Start our tour to Khan El-Khalili & Islamic medieval Cairo. The first stop is at the old gate of Al-Qahira to see the old walls and minarets of the old city, we then walk in El-Muez Street to watch the huge mosques, houses, shops, & palaces from medieval times. After this walking tour, we arrive at Khan El-Khalili bazaar which is in the heart of the old town. opportunity to stroll around this market to view the beauty of the authentic atmosphere of old Cairo. Transfer back to the hotel.
Price is quoted per person in USD
- Solo 69$ USD
- 2 ppl 39$ USD
- 3 ppl 29$ USD
- 4+ ppl 25$ USD
About Islamic Medieval Cairo
Islamic Medieval Cairo, also known as Historic Cairo, is an area in Cairo, Egypt, that refers to the parts of the city that were built after the Muslim conquest in 641 CE and before Khedive Ismail’s rule in the 19th century. It is known for its rich history, culture, and architecture, and is considered one of the most important Islamic cities in the world.
The area is home to numerous landmarks, including mosques, madrasas (Islamic schools), and palaces, many of which date back to medieval times. Among the most prominent buildings in Islamic Medieval Cairo are the Al-Azhar Mosque, one of the oldest Islamic universities in the world, and the Citadel of Cairo, a massive fortress constructed during the 12th century by Saladin, the first sultan of Egypt.
Islamic culture was a major part of life in Medieval Cairo, and the city was a hub of intellectual and scientific activity. Islamic scholars and thinkers made significant contributions to various fields, including astronomy, medicine, mathematics, and philosophy. Moreover, trade played an essential role in Medieval Cairo’s economy, with goods from Africa, Europe, and Asia passing through the city.
Today, Islamic Medieval Cairo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular tourist destination. Visitors can explore the narrow alleys, lively bazaars, and ancient buildings that make up the area, and learn about the history and culture of medieval Egyptian civilization. They can also visit various museums and art galleries, which showcase Islamic art and culture.
Overall, Islamic Medieval Cairo is an extraordinary reminder of the role of the Islamic world in shaping world history. It’s a place of great value, visited by tourists and scholars from all over the world to learn more about this rich history and culture.