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Khan Al-Khalili

Al-Azhar Street, Cairo 11511, Egypt
+20 2 25897443
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Private Walking Tour to Khan el-Khalili and Madrassa of Sultan Hassan
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Private Tour: Alabaster Mosque, Sultan Hassan, Khan el-Khalili
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Located in the heart of Islamic Cairo, this busy and colorful open-air bazaar is filled with unique and exotic items from spices and perfumes to jewelry and souvenirs.
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  • Very good33%
  • Average14%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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Al-Azhar Street, Cairo 11511, Egypt
+20 2 25897443
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

you can not visit cairo without visiting kan al-khalili with it's historical streets and amazing atmosphere

Thank Marina F
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The best for shopping but prepare for crowds and bargaining which is expected...never walk away with the first offer...haggle! Worth it!

Thank momerflumps
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is probably the most crowded of all the places in Cairo. Very dense too, When we went, A child was lost too. But for people who love to shop, you cant get a better place than this. You will probably get every small replica...More

Thank Avinash R
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Very crowded place, very old, very dirty, the food not good , the shops very costy , the took alot of money , the prices on the menu are not real , no W.C .

Thank Fatima A
Reviewed 4 days ago

With a few small exceptions, the Khan is probably just what you expect it to be. It's exactly what you've seen in movies, but real. And of course, there are deep layers that are never explored in a theater. The bazaar is a busy, crowded...More

Thank travelcommando
Reviewed 5 days ago

lots of small streets with shops, bargains can be had souvenir, we shopped for Lighting and glass baubles. Got to bargain. Had coffee and was tempted to do henna. Avoid the public toilets they are very very poor. difficult to park but can be done...More

Thank Fourcampre
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Overall a good market. The recent devaluation of the Egyptian Pound doesn't mean that the US Dollar goes further- they've just raised the rates in EGP. Also, don't be fooled by the venders selling the metal lanterns who use a magnet to show you the...More

Thank wonderlust234
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The best bazaar you can ever go to. It is old and full of beautiful traditional Egyptian merchandise. It is a colorful vibrant market where the most beautiful hand made craftsmanship is displayed from gold, silver to wood. You can buy anything there from fridge...More

Thank TravellingSheba
Reviewed 1 week ago

I was lucky to be at winter, mild weather , lovely to walk across the narrow allies .... and explore all those beautiful ornaments. Dont buy at first , the prices keep constantly changes. my weakness were all those handmade breath taking silver and beads.......More

Thank SarahEE
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

khan ElKhalei is an amazing place to visit shop and enjoy a shisha and mint tea Egyptian pancakes and much more you need to be careful from overpriced items prices will change if u keep bargaining and sellers and beggers are always over the place...More

Thank bijo k
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Dear Trip advisor member, I hope you are fine, I am preparing a research project conducted for my master of science in Tourism Studies, Which deals with the use of Mobile Apps in tour operators in Egypt, I would like to ask you kindly support and help for my empirical study of my research by answering the following questions. Your help is highly appreciated. 1. Your Age: 2. Your Gender: 3. Your Country: 4. Did you booked any trip to Egypt through mobile app of Tour operators before? 5. If you used mobile app before, what the name of the best mobile app as you see? 6. If there are mobile apps for tour operators in Egypt, would you like to use it for booking or search for offers? 7. What are advantages and disadvantages of using mobile apps in booking and searching offers, as you see? thanks for your cooperation
13 August 2017|
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Response from TravellingSheba | Reviewed this property |
1.Above 40, 2. Female, 3. Egyptian, 4. No, 5.N/A, 6. I might, 7. Advantages: it saves time and money, Disadvantages: might not have accurate info if it isn't updated regularly and requires wireless which might be a problem... More
12 November 2016|
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Response from Addicted055 | Reviewed this property |
Everything is best when done with a local (trusted friend etc).I don''t know why he discouraged you I found it easy if you have a firm foot with the sellers..Most of them speak English but are like seagulls (no offence just... More
20 October 2016|
Response from Moe M |
from downtown taxi costs 30egp max, horse ride 50 egp for 30 mins , guide tour guy for 150 egp/hour