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The National Museum 3. Mosque of Amr Ibn Tulun Mosque Muhammad Ali Mosque Sultan al-Nasir Mosque Suleyman Pasha Mosque The bloody museums Panorama of Cairo Practicalities. In general you get what you pay for, few places are overpriced. As of the general price level was very affordable. But once you get to the bottom of the price list, what you get can be more than comes to the eye. Some cheap hotels have serious hygenic situations, others serve as brothels. A good up-to-date guide book will direct you to the good cheap places, although on my last trip in April I experienced that even my all-time favourite Rough Guides were terribly wrong in its recommendations on several points.
People with more money to spend can choose from a range of international luxury hotels, where they will be charged more or less what the same hotels would be charging anywhere else in the world.
Hotel recommendations Restaurants and alternatives Cairo has fewer restaurants than you might expect, but for anyone staying here nights, it is no problem eating good food in a new place ever evening. For longer stays, you might start to feel void of new opportunities. For the hardcore budget travellers, Cairo is heaven. This normally involves eating the delicious kushari which is rice, macaroni, tomato sauce and spices or a sandwich or a kebab from one of the many stalls.
As many travellers don't get all too enthusiastic about Egyptian food, Cairo offers many restaurants serving international cuisine, French, Levantine, Chinese, Japanese, Korean etc. A great experience for many will be eating in one of the floating restaurants. These are old-fashioned boats that were used for private parties, with alochols and promiscuity, in the old days , and are harboured along the riverbank. Sports and Activities Cairo isn't really the place for sports, although some of the better hotels have gyms.
You can either join one of the join one of the public boats docked at Maspero, just north of the Ramses Hilton, or negociate a trip from the Giza side. Finding one of the Giza docks is best done with the help of a taxi driver. Nightlife Cairene nightlife is better than you might expect from a predominantly Muslim city, and the joints can be divided into two groups. The first are sleazy nightclubs dominated by Egyptian men and prostitutes mainly gay men, some non-lesbian women and the occasional crossdresser.