7 Best Cairo Instagram

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Cairo

Cairo is one of the most ancient cities in the world and sitting on the Nile river with wonderful museums, vibrant culture and friendly locals it makes for a great holiday.

We’ve picked the 7 best Cairo Instagram spots for you to grab the perfect photo…

1. Khan Al Khalili

It’s as if the stalls and shops in this market area were made for Instagram. The real beauty is the mix of tourists and locals who come here.

Prepare to get totally lost in the madness of the place.


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2. City View from Cairo Tower

The tower is just shy of 190m tall and designed to look like a lotus on the river. You can get a lift up to the observation tower to enjoy a wonderful view of Cairo.

You’ll find more info here.

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3. Great Sphinx of Giza

This giant limestone statue of a mythical creature that has the body of a lion and the head of a human is mind blowing.

The statute faces directly West to East and was built around 2250BC.


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4. The Four Seasons Cairo

One of those grand old hotels that seem to be from a bygone era. Oozing luxury at every corner, you’ll discover some seriously spectacular Instagram spots in here.

You’ll find them here.

5. Al Azhar Park

An oasis of calm and green in the middle of the city. The perfect place to get away from the madness of the streets and snap that perfect Cairo Instagram.

More info on the park here.

6. Pyramids of Giza

Hardly a surprise that you’d want to visit these wonderful creations when in Cairo. They do get incredibly busy with tourists, so we’d suggest getting here as early as you can.

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7. Mosque of Mohammed Ali

This used to be the biggest mosque in the world and you can see it from pretty much anywhere in the city. It is a place of worship so remember that when taking photos.

More info about the mosque here.

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