The half-day Islamic Cairo tour immerses you in the vibrant Islamic culture of the Egyptian capital. Explore historic mosques such as the Alabaster Mosque of Muhammad Ali and the Islamic Quarter, where architecture and history converge in a fascinating journey through time.


    • Tourist area tickets
    • Modern minibus with air conditioning
    • Guide in English


    • Personal expenses
    • Tips


Con almuerzo (en restaurante local). Mezquita De Ibn Tulun., una de las más atractivas de la ciudad. Según dice la tradición, Ibn Tulun copió la forma de la mezquita iraquí de Samarra (al norte de Bagdad). Desde la cumbre del alminar se puede apreciar una bella panorámica de toda la ciudad.
Mezquita de Amr Ibn sabe a ciencia cierta cuál sería su aspecto original ya que el que presenta en la actualidad es el resultado de trece siglos de continuas batallas y múltiples restauraciones. Sus paredes originales fueron de ladrillo de barro y los pilares interiores eran troncos de palmeras. Mezquita del Sultán Hassan: Iniciada en el año 1356 y terminada 7 años más tarde, la mezquita es única debido a que la mayor parte de los materiales empleados para su construcción pertenecen a las pirámides de Giza. Se dice que el sultán mandó cortar las manos al arquitecto que diseñó éste monumento, para que nunca pudiese construir nada semejante. 

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