This square is where most people start their trip into the Khan Al Khalili. It is a big square, with a large mosque on one side. Outside the mosque are huge umbrellas to protect people from the sun. One side of the square is lined with outdoor restaurants - the waiters are a bit pushy, prices are a bit high,... 更多
This square takes its name from the mosque overlooking it. This mosque is named after the son of prophet Mohamed. It is a very old mosque with some interesting architectural features such as gothic arches and pointed minerats that resemble steeples. This is a lovely spot to sit and relax while admiring the mosque's architecture, also great for people watching!
This was the nice square in Cairo even you see here not clean as we want like any other square, but its still nice as well as the heritage of old Cairo.
The mosque is worth the visit, it has has an important value to the Egyptians, nice to see from both outside and inside. The square on the other hand: nothing special really
This square is surrounded beautiful mosques. It has been landscaped with beautiful palm trees. But there is just no sense of history in the square. It has been sterilized just a bit too much. You'll be in the area visiting the mosques so take a look. Just don't expect too much.
This is where you can see the summary of Egypt. A famous "Saint", the Bazaar, coffee houses, different levels of restaurants and all sorts of people. One hour in this place is enough to breath the cent of Egypt.
Al-Hussein Mosque is considered one of the holiest mosques in Egypt. It is not open to tourists. There are separate entrances for men and women and shoes must be removed. Attendants are at the entrance to take your shoes. The men's entrance is through the front doors and the women's entrance is around the corner on the side. This is... 更多