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In a tale from The Thousand and One Nights, a man who is talking of wondrous cities claims:
” He who has not seen Cairo has not seen the world. Its dust is gold; its Nile is wonder; its women are like the black eyed virgins of paradise; and how could it not be otherwise, When She is The Mother of the World?”
Cairo emanates excitement and movement with more than six millennia of history rising out of the sand and along the antique narrow streets. The Nile Delta edges the city to the north with the desert landscape encircling Cairo to the east, west, and south. Yachts moor along the calm, scenic banks of the Nile River and the pearlescent headquarters of the Arab League borders Tahrir Square. Your flight lands at Cairo International Airport, where your private transfer greets you upon your arrival. Rickshaws move down the street, passing donkeys pulling fruit carts. Vendors set up stalls alongside the avenues, offering silver and brass-plated lamps that glint in the desert sunlight.
A young man pushes a tea cart with the aroma of mint and chai blending with the strong scent of coffee, serving mug shaped glasses to eager patrons who sit on chairs along the walkways watching the city pass by. You make your way to the welcoming, gorgeous grounds of the five-star Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at the First Residence. The world-renowned hotel offers breathtaking views of the city’ skyline punctuated by the iconic point of the ancient pyramids. The sunlight shimmers over the Nile River located 350 feet away from the hotel entrance. Full service spa and pool facilities, as well as attentive staff, embody the modern comforts of the Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at the First Residence while surrounded by the historic grandeur of the fascinating city.
You have an enchanting view of the Nile River and the lavish boats gliding along the waters. Vendors offer fresh fruits and vegetables from their cart as locals pass beneath the shading trees. Old men sit in antique cafes and smoke from large water pipes that bubble with every inhalation.The Opera House provides insight into the opulence of the contemporary age of Cairo. The edifice was erected in the 1980s with the main hall holding up to 1,200 audience members for classical music, operatic, or ballet performances. The Cairo Tower adds to the marvels of the skyline, reaching nearly 615 feet above the surrounding streets. In the evening, you have your first view of the famous pyramids with lights dancing over the ancient features to the sounds of dramatic music, recounting the history of Ancient Egypt for a splendid welcome to the past and present Cairo.
- 5 Days / 4 Nights
If you are visiting Cairo for a short break Deluxe Tours Egypt is offering you the opportunity to explore this magnificent city. From the monuments of ancient Egyptians to the Coptic and Islamic attractions you will have an enjoyable Cairo tour.
- 10 Days / 9 Nights
- Wednesday- Monday-Saturday
Cairo – Nile Cruise – Hurghada
We present you with “Experience Egypt” tour which takes you through Cairo, Luxor, Aswan and Hurghada. During these days you will visit historical monuments covering ancient Egypt through Islamic era. The tours will be guided by professional guide that will give you the feel of these cities.
- 12 hours
If you are visiting Cairo enhance your stay by visiting Luxor which is considered the world’s largest ope n air museum with its vast monuments. Karnak and Luxor temples, temple of Queen Hatshepsut, colossi of Memnon and Valley of Kings
- 2 hours
- Daily 6:30
Enjoy a two hour sailing on board the famous Nile Maxim cruises in Cairo where you will enjoy international buffet dinner along with live entertainment and music band. You can as well go up the sundeck to enjoy the beautiful Cairo attractions scattered along the banks of the Nile river and the glittering lights of