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While many tourists head for this street just to see the souk, the shops are probably the least interesting thing about it. This was the prestige centre of Islamic Cairo and there are some fascinating buildings along the way.
Head for the Qalawun complex to...More
Everything in Egypt is a must. That is the problem. You could spend a lifetime here and not see it all. This is a chaotic, alive, historic, exotic, aromatic and amazing place. You can purchase anything here from fine to junk. Vendors will want to...More
Taking a leisurely walk down Sharia Al Muizz Li-Din Allah is stepping back in time to Cairo in the days of the Ottoman empire. The street is lined with shops of traditional and antique wares, cafes & restaurants. A lively mix of mostly locals with...More
We started walking down Muizz street and ended our walk at Khan El Khalili market, though I must say we ran out of time and energy. Muizz street is nice - lots of gold, silver shops and I had to keep my wife off them...More
If you're into Cairo and it's atmosphere then this is one more place for you to visit. The mixture of history and shops and noise etc is special. Don't miss Qaluoon complex. Again, and unfortunately as most attractions in Cairo, interpretation is poor
If you are travelling to Cairo, this is a street that you should walk all through. The richness of Islamic architectural heritage is depicted beautifully all along. Let that be mosques, old houses, an old hospital, or the shops that fills the street. A night...More
This street is the heart of Cairo. it's one of the oldest streets in Cairo. dating back a 1000 year or something. it's full of bazaars and crafts shop, you can buy Gold , Silver and copper goods, you can see the historic mosques and...More