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  • 1

    Pyramids of Giza

    143 reviews

    Obviously the pyramids are must see if you are in Egypt. Only thing that I did not liked here are the locals that are making hustle on you to sell their staff. They will do anything to take your money so be aware!

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  • 2

    Egyptian Museum

    90 reviews

    Fantástico o museu, na época antiga muita coisa foi mexida, roubada e algumas recuperadas pelo museu, então fica a dica, quer ver algo a mais que não viu "nas GIZÉ, vai ao museu!

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  • 3

    The Sphinx

    63 reviews

    About as enigmatic as it gets, the Sphinx, no matter how many times you've seen it is movies, will fill you with a sense of wonder and awe. Unfortunately, climbing up on top of it's head for a photo op is strictly forbidden.

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  • 4

    Great Pyramid of Khufu

    49 reviews

    Totally the first place to visit in Egypt (maybe on the Earth)! Take a horse or a camel and experience riding around the greatest artificial wonder of the world. Golden sand, burning sun, hot desert wind, chatty guide - nothing will matter near those massive pyramids. Don't forget to enter inside the pyramid if you would have a chance (don't ...

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  • 5

    Khan El Khalili-bazaar

    57 reviews

    It's quite an experience to visit this market but don't go alone. The vendors will be all over you and won't stop bugging you. If you bargain hard the prices are really quite cheap. Just be careful of what you but cause some are actually made in china.

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  • 6

    Karnak Temple

    31 reviews

    very nice temple

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  • 7

    The Citadel

    25 reviews

    Wonders of ancient worlds

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  • 8

    Al Azhar Park

    23 reviews

    One of a handful of the Cairo's green lungs affording excellent views across the Islamic side of the city. There's a token admission fee to pay, but well worth it for some respite from the heat and smog. There's a lakeside cafe at one end and the Citadel View Restaurant at the other. The park is open daily from 8am ...

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  • 9

    Islamic Cairo

    22 reviews

    The residential areas of this part of Cairo are a beautiful place to be lost during the call to prayer. Run down and might make some people nervous but the atmosphere is fantastic and the people were very friendly during my visit.

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  • 10

    Tahrir Square

    36 reviews

    Every time you cross Tahrir Square you're going to wonder how the ground isn't covered in human bodies. The entire thing is a gigantic honking traffic jam. An interesting thing to remember is that many upper class Egyptians never frequent this area of town. It's not necessarily low income, but it's certainly poorer than Zamaleck, Mohandiseen, Garden City, and Nasser ...

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  • 11

    Pyramids of Saqqara

    23 reviews

    Dá a impressão que se não for Gizé não é piramide, bom a titulo de curiosidade, a milhares de piramides pelo mundo! cada uma com sua beleza e mistério!

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  • 12

    Cairo Tower

    23 reviews

    I really enjoyed visiting here when I was a kid because once you get to the top of the tower you get an amazing view of Cairo. Not sure what it is like now and how well it's been kept up but a place where you get a second to none view.

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    Sound & Light Show at the Pyramids of Giza

    15 reviews

    it is really amazing to know the story ofthe pyramidsbuildingperiod specialy and mostof the haraonic history in general!! you should to talk a lot of pictures there...!!

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  • 15

    egypte

    14 reviews

    the best country in the world Its weather, its place, its nile, its mounments and its people all are nice things

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  • 16

    Valley of the Kings

    14 reviews

    Unbelievable and breathtaking. You must see this unique valley to truly appreciate Egypt. You will need several days to actually see the tombs. You will leave with more questions than when you arrived. This was one of the worlds most amazing civilisations.

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  • 17

    Mount Sinai

    13 reviews

    early morning hike to the summit, while strenuous, is well worth the effort and 2:30am departure. Stay at St. Catherine's Monastery if you can and book a monastery tour with Father Andrew.

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  • 18

    Ancient Thebes with its Necropolis

    11 reviews

    one of the hot spots of tourisic in egypt, so there are a lot of hotels, guest houses and restaurants, people are mostly friendly but you have to look whom you trust.

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  • 19

    El Hussein Mosque

    10 reviews

    Gigantic, imposing, well protected by official uniformed men, fascinating for its place in the minds and hearts of Egyptians, and interesting to people-watch. Rivals the mosques of Istanbul; a must see for its beauty and importance.

  • 20

    Bibliotheca Alexandrina - The New Library of Alexandria

    10 reviews

    Clearly one of the most significant historical sites in Egypt. Alexandria is already a beautiful place to visit, but you add in this piece of history and it makes the trip even more valuable.

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