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The Egyptian capital of Cairo is the largest city in the Arab world and Africa. It is home to over 6 million inhabitants, with an additional 10 million more just outside the city. This huge city is located on the Nile River, and while it is one of the world’s densely populated cities, it has preserved a history of art, religion, and culture which tourists from all over the world come to admire. The Egyptian Museum is a must-see destination and is ideally located in the center of the town. For a full experience of Egyptian wonders, tourists are further enticed by the Giza Pyramids and the nearby Saqqara Pyramid Complex which showcases Egypt’s first step pyramid. Tourists can arrive at these destinations easily through the use of transportation services such as airport taxis.
Cairo is indeed deeply attached to its historic roots, but the city is also host to vibrant modern society. At the center of this modern city is Midan Tahrir. Founded in the 19th century, the area has strived to be the ‘Paris on the Nile’. It has since become the dwelling of big hotels and Egyptian Museums, and is a transport capital for the city. Most of the hotels and accommodations located at the area offer airport transfer services for the convenience of their customers. Other places for tourists to visit are Dokki and Mohandeseen, located on the west of the Nile, where upscale restaurants, shopping, and accommodation can be enjoyed.
Much different from the desert image that most people have in mind, Cairo is actually a flourishing city where skyscrapers and fast food restaurants have found a niche among world heritage monuments. Its 16 million inhabitants are all respectful, and a first-time visitor is advised to give the greeting of “es-salamu-aleku” which literally means “peace be upon you.”
Getting into Cairo by plane leads one to the Cairo International Airport. It is the second biggest airport in Africa, and serves up to 16 million passengers a year. Airport transportation includes exclusive services by the airport where tourists can be picked up from the gate. This airport service also includes doing all immigration processes and picks up the luggage for the tourists. All of this can be done while the guest comfortable waits in the arrival lounge. Visitors are also allowed to purchase duty free articles upon arrival, and guests can be also be accompanied by friends. Added to these services, the airport also offers free shuttle that runs between the terminals and the bus station. Airport taxi drivers may try to lure some tourists against riding the shuttle so that they can have some business for themselves. Don’t be fooled, for Cairo is a home of hospitable and respectable people, and getting there should always be easy.
One with Earth in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt is certainly one of the most visited places on earth. Cairo is close to the olden cities of Memphis, Fustat and Giza—home to the pyramids. Cairo is like a myth that has come to life—just like Europe’s Greece. It is also the largest city in Egypt, and one of the largest urban areas in the world. Some of the best places to see in Cairo are the Cairo Opera House which is near another great Egyptian treasure—the Nile River and the Khedieval Opera House. You’ll also appreciate the Cairo International Film Festival if you’re a movie buff. Cairo is one great place to see, so hop on that plane and be at the Cairo Airport already.
Cairo Airport Guide
Cairo Airport, or the Cairo International Airport, is the busiest airport in Egypt. The airport has four terminals—one of which (Terminal 3) is one of the largest in the world, and three runways. Terminal 3 has 23 gates, 6 check-in islands, bridges and flyways, two pairs of expendable volume, and an international food court that offers Asian, Oriental and Western cuisine, and old-time favorites such as Burger King. The construction of a new cargo terminal is also ongoing. In 2010, the Cairo Airport received an award as one of the best airports in the world—proving how trustworthy it is. The construction of a family leisure park (Aerocity) is also a proof of how great the airport is and how much it cares about its passengers. It’s also one of the most beautiful airports in the world.
Into the City
Getting around Cairo is easy for there are some shuttles in the airport that could take you to the hotel or destination of your choice. Their famous limousine service is the safest way to get around—and also the classiest. You can ask to be dropped off to the city center, to Heliopolis, Sakkara, and many more. You can also opt to ride a cab, or rent a car. Come to Cairo now and experience a place like no other. It will surely be one unforgettable experience. Life is short so visit a place that would make you feel glad about your stay on earth. Cairo is that place. Visit now—it’s totally worth it.