Welcome to Egypt!

Egypt’s Capital city Cairo has been ranked the fastest-growing travel destination by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).

Cairo is chaos at its most magnificent, infuriating and beauty. The city of wonders with it is civilization, culture and fascinating history is the largest capital, in the Arab world it extends 42 km along the Nile.

Cairo has many touristic sites from the Pyramids and the Egyptian Museum, Coptic Museum, Islamic Museum, Old Mosques, Old Churches, Slums of Cairo, Down town, local Café, Bazaars and more you can enjoy it during your tour in Cairo.

Weather & Population: 

April is one of the last months in Cairo that enjoys cooler temperatures before the summer weather hits and makes the heat unbearable. The average daily temperature during this month in Cairo is 22°C (72°F). This can reach highs of 28°C (82°F) or drop to lows of 15°C (59°F).
Cairo city metropolitan area has an average population of 20,901,000.

Languages Spoken:

The main language spoken in Egypt is Arabic. You can also communicate in English and French.

Time Zone:

Eastern European Standard Time.
Time zone in Cairo (GMT+2).

Electric Power:

There are two associated plug types C and F. Plug type C is the plug which has two round pins and plug type F is the plug which has two round pins with two earth clips on the side.
Egypt operates on a 220V supply voltage and 50Hz.

Useful Numbers:

Emergency Police: 122
Fire Brigade: 180
Ambulance Service: 123
Tourist Police: 126

How to get to Cairo:

By Plane- Cairo International Airport

Orouba Road, Heliopolis, Cairo.
Tel: (+202)22655000

Cairo International Airport is the main stay of EgyptAir, as well as being the busiest Egyptian Airport. Cairo Airport is located towards the north-eastern part of the city and about 15 kilometers from the heart of the City’s business area and 12 Kilometers from Cairo International Stadium.   Cairo International Airport history started in the forties of the last century when the American Bayn Field air-force base was established five kilometers far from Almaza Airport to serve the Alliance during the Second World War. The American forces left the base by the end of the war.  In 1945, the Civil Aviation Authority took over the base and allocated it to the International Civil Aviation. The Airport was called "King Farouk 1st Airport". In the meantime, Almaza Airport was dedicated to the domestic flights.  Cairo Airporthas been poised to become the chief hub of major destinations from Africa, Europe and the Middle East, since it has A380 facilities among other major utilities.

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