- 4 hours
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If you’ve taken a history lesson or watched the new in the last few years, you’ll know that every corner of downtown Cairo has a story to tell. It’s our job to help tell those stories, and give you a local Cairo experience you won’t soon forget.
* Wander through local icons of ancient and modern history, including Liberation Square
* Witness Revolution graffiti, with your local guide providing context and explanations of the messages
* Indulge in a local dinner of Koshary, Egyptian falafel, and ice cream
* Explore downtown Cairo’s classic architecture, like Cairo Opera House
What's included in this trip
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Please present your voucher to the local guide at the beginning of the tour.
Confirmation of booking
Please confirm the tour 24 hours before departure on this number +2 01096811067
If you are happy with the services provided by your local guides and drivers a tip - though not compulsory - is appropriate. While it may not be customary to you, it is of great significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels, inspires excellent service, and is an entrenched feature of the tourism industry across many Intrepid Urban Adventures destinations. Please consider this when budgeting for your extra expenses on this tour.
Get to know the real Cairo on this downtown Cairo walking tour. For the next four hours, you’ll experience Cairo the way locals do, and see the city from their perspective.
We’ll start our Cairo tour at New Opera Square in Zamalek, winding our way through Cairo’s ancient and recent history, emerging, fittingly, at Old Opera Square near Attaba.
From the city’s most beautiful bridge spanning the Nile, we’ll head towards Liberation Square, which hosted many events during the 2011 Egyptian Revolution, and is a significant landmark in the city’s modern history.
In addition to the beautiful 19th and 20th Century architecture featured in downtown Cairo, our walking tour will allow you to check out modern artwork in the form of graffiti. Typically, this graffiti expresses locals’ views towards the Revolution and various political parties. In this area, every corner has its own story to tell, with most intersections featuring a statue of an important historical figure. Not to worry - your local guide will help fill in any gaps to give you better context for what you’re seeing.
To cap off our local Cairo walking tour, we’ll indulge in a local dish: Koshary, in an authentic local restaurant. Koshary is a mix of rice, pasta, lentils, fried onions, and chili sauce, and is one of our faves. You’ll also have the chance to try Egyptian falafel and ice cream before the night is through, giving you a full taste of local life here, in just four short hours!