Walking in Cairo
Holidays in Egypt in the fall – a great alternative to the sultry summer tour. With the advent of September, sunny days in the country are not decreasing. However, weather conditions are becoming more comfortable. This feature will allow you to explore more interesting places. With the onset of the autumn period, the number of tourists coming to Egypt decreases, because the school year begins, family tourists sent their children to school and are waiting for the autumn holidays.
Weather in Egypt in the fall
With the advent of autumn, the unbearable heat in Egypt is gradually moving away. The temperature in the resorts of the Red Sea is kept within 35 degrees. Water warms up to 29 degrees. Off the coast of the Mediterranean Sea is somewhat cooler. The indicator of the thermometer shows 30 degrees. September is considered the most windless month of the year.
In October, weather conditions become even more comfortable. In Alexandria, the air warms up to 27 degrees in the afternoon, in Cairo to 30, and in Hurghada to 31. The water temperature on the Red Sea coast drops to 27 degrees.
In November, prices for tours to Egypt begin to rise. After all, most European resorts are closed, but here it remains warm and sunny. Compared to previous months, air temperature drops to 27 degrees. The water temperature in the Red Sea is kept at the same level. The water temperature in the Mediterranean drops to 24 degrees.
Tours in Cairo
Autumn is an ideal time for excursions in Cairo, the capital of Egypt. In this country there is an opinion – “who was not in Cyrus, was not in Egypt.” Weather conditions in autumn are the best suited for visiting the capital city. Fortunately, there is something to see here.
The pyramids of Giza are the oldest structures that belong to the seven wonders of the world. They are three pyramids: the Cheops pyramid is the largest, the Chefren pyramid is slightly smaller and the Mykerin pyramid is the smallest. Until now, scientists have not come to a consensus as to how ancient people, without possessing overall equipment, could build such gigantic structures. And the legends of Egyptologists heard at the pyramids, you will be telling your friends for a long time.
The Great Sphinx – a monolithic sculpture, the ancient keeper of Cairo. Its height is 20 meters and a length of 72 meters. There are many legends only about who beat off the nose of a giant idol. One thing is certain for sure – in the XVIII century the Sphinx was already “bearless”.
Cairo Citadel is the oldest fortress in the world. On its territory there are several mosques of palaces and museums. The most significant mosque here is Al-Azhar. It was erected in the X century. Tourists will remember it with its bifurcated minaret. Nearby is the largest mosque in Cairo – Ibn Tulun. The most striking structure in the citadel is the mosque of Mohamed Ali. Entrance to the Cairo Citadel for foreign tourists – 40 Egyptian pounds (about 120 hryvnia).
The symbol of the new Egypt is Cairo TV Tower. In its outlines, it resembles a lotus stem. The height of the building reaches 187 meters. Inside there is a restaurant on a rotating platform and an observation deck.
Modern Cairo is not only dusty streets and noisy markets. There is also a fashionable area with expensive houses and lush vegetation. Among them is the Gezira Arts Center. It contains about 10 thousand paintings and sculptures. Galleries with rotating exhibits deserve special attention.
Aksunkur Mosque (Blue Mosque of Cairo) will amaze with its beauty even an experienced traveler. It got its name because the prayer hall is decorated with shades of blue and green faience. This is a cult place not only for Muslims. In this mosque, adherents of various denominations and atheists note a surprising surge of energy, an upsurge of spiritual forces. Those who want to find balance and self-confidence go to the Blue Mosque from around the world.
Egypt is a sought-after holiday destination. Our tourists say that in autumn and winter in Egypt it is even better than in summer. Of course, everyone can have their own preferences. We know that, with the support of the “Come with us” professionals, your tour to Egypt will be amazing at any time of the year! Let’s go with us!