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Cairo Festival City

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Tips van locals

Vicky
Vicky
February 02, 2019
Ikea and every brand in there!
Sarah
Sarah
June 20, 2018
A huge shopping venue with a huge dining area, dancing fountain and sports activities
Ezz & Ali
Ezz & Ali
May 28, 2018
The best shopping spot in town. Located approximately 10 mins away by Uber. Usually crowded, huge festive place to be at, has everything you might think of from; Cinema / Kidzania/ Virtual reality booths The dancing fountain / Aerodium(sky diving simulator) shopping stores / restaurants / coffee…
Bassem
Bassem
April 14, 2018
It has everything, including IKEA, Shopping centre and delicious food everywhere.
Mohamed
Mohamed
October 18, 2017
Lots of attractions here: - Movie theatres. - Kidzania. - Dancing Fountain. - Gaming Arena. - Shopping Centre. - Huge food court.

Andere aanbevelingen van locals

Historic Site
“There are three churches; The Hanging Church, The Greek Church & Marigirgis Church. Nice place to visit for insights about Egypt's coptic era.”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Park
“The best place to be surrounded with green color with amazing view over looking on Old Cairo and Citadel Of Saladin”
  • Door 19 locals aangeraden
Point of Interest
“ Salah El Din was born in 1137 AD in Tikrit, Iraq, he studied the Quran, theology, astronomy, mathematics, and law. As a member of the military at that time, he was trained by his uncle Asad-al-Din Shirkoh, who was a commander of the Zengid Dynasty.    Salah El Din was capable of taking on leading responsibilities during military campaigns, and that’s because of his extraordinary performance during battles. His great capabilities and cleverly executed tactics also allowed him to move on from being a soldier to be the King of both Egypt and Syria. His power enabled him to overthrow the Fatimids and maintain authority in Egypt.    The Citadel became the centerpiece of these great fortifications, protecting the city from the heights of the rocky hills that overlooked it. Completed in 1183 AD, Saladin’s Citadel served as the seat of government in Egypt for 700 years until Khedive Ismail moved into Abdeen Palace in newly constructed Downtown Cairo in the 1870s. The Citadel looks very different today than it did in its original capacity as a fortress the Crusader armies. It has been expanded and remodeled by many different rulers. In the 14th century, Sultan Al-Nasir Muhammed built a mosque there that still bears his name and the Southern Enclosure of the fort next to Saladin’s original walls. The most noticeable changes came in the 19th century.   ”
  • Door 10 locals aangeraden
Italiaans restaurant
“Restaurant and cafe with a great atmosphere. Not particularly Egyptian, but great pasta, pizza, and desserts.”
  • Door 5 locals aangeraden
Latijns-Amerikaans restaurant
  • Door 5 locals aangeraden
Locatie
Cairo Governorate