One That Has Not Seen Cairo, Has Not Seen the World

Although Egypt every year attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world and is one of those destinations that аre accessible, do not for a moment think about Egypt and its capital city that you know everything. Cairo is a treasure of secrets, always hiding something new and always has a trump card that will delight you again and again.

This is a city with an enormous cultural heritage, which literally emerges at every corner. Also, this is a city of excellent entertainment and enjoyment.

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Cairo is the capital and largest city of Egypt. It is located in the northern part of the country, on the shores of the Nile. Covers an area of 214 square kilometers and is home to around 8 000 000 inhabitants. In the wider area of Cairo lives about 15, 2 million people. This makes Cairo thirteenth largest city in the world. It represent a political, economic, and cultural center of Egypt. The best definition of Cairo would be a harmonic chaos. Beautiful, Islamic, dirty, luxury, blue, dangerous, fast, huge, colourful, friendly, poor and isolated are the words that describe this place. It is mix of one river, two islands, three major religions and 1000 minarets and endless possibilities.

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If you want to enjoy the Orient which has a rich history and monuments, if you like noise and the incredible speed of life, then Cairo is the right place for you. Every part and each scene brings something new. There nothing is repeated. In the summer, temperatures in Cairo rise up to 38 ° C. The best time to visit Cairo is between October and April. In March and April you can feel strong, hot and dry wind from the direction of the desert. Also food in Cairo is extremely delicious and tasty. There you can find a large selection of fish and seafood, fresh fruits, as well as an incredible fusion with Mediterranean cuisine.

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