This half-day walking tour of Cairo lets you enjoy another experience of the beautiful city. The incredible downtown tour will showcase the best sides of the historical city. Let a friendly tour guide lead you into the streets of the city in the late afternoon and head towards Zamalek Island. This is a point in this Metropolis where old meets new. Make your way through ancient and modern streets and take a look at everything up close. Travel like a local and use the metro system. Walkthrough Abbah district and past the Old Operate Square as you listen to their historic stories. Cross the Nile River and head over the Liberation Square (Midan Tahrir). This site is considered as the birthplace of freedom for Egypt. Take a stroll through Liberation Square (Midan Tahrir) and marvel at the newly painted graffiti as you take in street theater amid iconic 19th-century architecture. The guide will point out the important parts of the city as you go. Learn about the stories behind each landmark location that you may find along the way. The tour ends with a delicious Egyptian dinner at a local restaurant. There are traditional dishes on display such as kosher (rice, lentils, chili sauce, and onions) or falafel. Then you head back to your original starting point. By this time, you'll have learned a lot of rich info about Cairo.
There is a local guide to take you through the streets of the city and tell you the stories behind the action attractions. This local guide will reveal only vital information to you and soon you'll be feeling like a local. At the end of the tour, there's a dinner at a local Egyptian restaurant where travelers can try out traditional food. The tour operator has organized transportation to take you to/from downtown Cairo. Passengers can advise on any dietary requirements at the time of booking. The tour is also designed to host a maximum of 12 travelers. Travelers are expected to have a moderate level of physical fitness.
The tour was exactly how I had imagined everything. It was even better because it allowed me the opportunity to learn so much about Cairo. We enjoyed ourselves and didn't realize how long we had been walking till the end of the tour. The tour is truly worth its value for money.