Not as nice as I had imagined it but the restaurants street in the north (26th of july corridor) is a good place to hang and have a meal, my favorite one was: Cairo Kitchen. Tip: Arrive and leave by Uber. Crossing the streets (and in this case multiple avenues) in Cairo is…
We stayed, shopped, toured, ate, and had a lot of fun on Gezira Island! A must see when in Cairo. It's also the location of many sports clubs and embassies.
This area represents the old fancy part of Cairo. It has many clubs and many apartments have been renovated for tourists to rent. You can have a walk in the streets and you will find many shop and restaurants to try.
Visit Zamalek for a walk along the Nile and have coffee or breakfast at one of it's restaurants overlooking the Nile. If you are into golf Zamalek has the oldest golf course in Egypt inside the Guezira sporting club.
On the Nile island of Gezira, cosmopolitan Zamalek is home to cultural powerhouses like the Cairo Opera House, a grand riverside venue for performing and visual arts and lots of river restaurants.