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Sunset at the Pyramids of Giza picture in Cairo
Feluccas on the Nile picture in Cairo
Great Sphinx picture in Cairo
Islamic Cairo picture in Cairo
Aish Baladi picture in Cairo
Al Azhar Park picture in Cairo
Coptic Cairo (Old City) picture in Cairo
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Khan el-Khalili picture in Cairo
Pyramids of Giza picture in Cairo
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Salah El-Din Citadel picture in Cairo
Dahshur picture in Cairo
Memphis picture in Cairo
Camel Ride in the Giza Plateau picture in Cairo

For some of Cairo's best sunsets, head to Giza to catch a sunset by the Pyramids of Giza. Nick Brundle Photography Getty Images

One of the most scenic ways to see the Nile is to climb aboard a felucca. Buena Vista Images Getty Images

Nestled within the Giza Plateau next to the Pyramids of Giza is the Great Sphinx, a part man, part lion statue made of limestone. mfron Getty Images

Islamic Cairo is home to numerous religious sites, including the Mohamed Ali Mosque Mosque and the Mosque of Ibn Tulun, both of which are located within the Salah El-Din Citadel. Luis Davilla Getty Images

Aish Baladi, a type of Egyptian flatbread, is available at many of Cairo's restaurants and markets, including those found in Khan el-Khalili. stevenallan Getty Images

To escape the hustle and bustle of Cairo, head 3 miles east of the city center to Al Azhar Park. efesenko Getty Images

Elaborate tilework and stunning architecture await you in Coptic Cairo, where historic sites like the Hanging Church and the Babylon Fortress reside. JakezC Getty Images

Though you'll find simple concrete buildings scattered throughout Cairo, venture outside the city center to Giza, Dahshur and Saqqara for ancient Egyptian pyramids. Matt Champlin Getty Images

Islamic Cairo's lively Khan el-Khalili bazaar is the place to go for souvenirs and spices. Just be prepared to haggle! bah69 Getty Images

No Cairo attraction is more synonymous with Egypt than the Pyramids of Giza. WitR Getty Images

You'll find dozens of street vendors selling goods in Islamic Cairo's streets and alleys. Annapurna Mellor Getty Images

Mummies, royal treasures and ancient Egyptian pottery are some of the items you'll find in the Egyptian Museum. LUke1138 Getty Images

Saqqara's Step Pyramid of Djoser is the oldest stone pyramid in Egypt. Ferenc Wagner/EyeEM Getty Images

If you're after a lively nightlife scene and top-notch cuisine, check out Gezira Island's Zamalek neighborhood. cinoby Getty Images

The Salah El-Din Citadel is home to several notable sites, including the Mohamed Ali Mosque and Gawhara Palace. Michelle McMahon Getty Images

One of the most recognizable pyramids in Dahshur is the Bent Pyramid, named for its curved shape. Medioimages/Photodisc Getty Images

One of Memphis' most recognizable sights is its sphinx, which is made of alabaster and once stood outside the Temple of Ptah. Dimos_istock Getty Images

One of the best ways to see the Pyramids of Giza is to ride a camel through the Giza Plateau. Chris Knorr Getty Images

Sunset at the Pyramids of Giza picture in Cairo
Feluccas on the Nile picture in Cairo
Great Sphinx picture in Cairo
Islamic Cairo picture in Cairo
Aish Baladi picture in Cairo
Al Azhar Park picture in Cairo
Coptic Cairo (Old City) picture in Cairo
Cairo Architecture picture in Cairo
Khan el-Khalili picture in Cairo
Pyramids of Giza picture in Cairo
Street Vendors in Islamic Cairo picture in Cairo
Egyptian Museum picture in Cairo
Saqqara picture in Cairo
Zamalek picture in Cairo
Salah El-Din Citadel picture in Cairo
Dahshur picture in Cairo
Memphis picture in Cairo
Camel Ride in the Giza Plateau picture in Cairo

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