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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO CAIRO
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Birmingham Cairo 04 Jan 2015 30 Jan 2015 £300
Birmingham Cairo 04 Jan 2015 30 Jan 2015 £337
Birmingham Cairo 04 Jan 2015 30 Jan 2015 £433
Birmingham Cairo 04 Jan 2015 30 Jan 2015 £555
London Airports Cairo 26 Dec 2014 08 Jan 2015 £654
Birmingham Cairo 04 Jan 2015 30 Jan 2015 £671
Birmingham Cairo 04 Jan 2015 30 Jan 2015 £709
London Airports Cairo 26 Dec 2014 08 Jan 2015 £847
London Airports Cairo 26 Dec 2014 02 Jan 2015 £857
Birmingham Cairo 04 Jan 2015 30 Jan 2015 £913
London Airports Cairo 26 Dec 2014 02 Jan 2015 £1123
London Airports Cairo 26 Dec 2014 08 Jan 2015 £1699
Birmingham Cairo 04 Jan 2015 30 Jan 2015 £2380
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Flights to Cairo, Egypt
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Cairo Introduction
Cairo has been called the cradle of civilisation and it's not hard to see why. Positioned at the heart of what was once the Ancient Egyptian Empire, Cairo is only rivalled by Athens in the world for historical significance.
For many people Egyptian culture holds more of a fascination than that of the Greeks however, and it is for this reason that more than four million people flock to the country each year - many travelling just to see the Pyramids. Located just 10km from Cairo these ancient relics inspire a feeling of awe and wonder and include the last surviving of the ancient world's seven wonders - The Great Pyramid of Cheops.
However, the pyramids are not the only things to see in Africa's largest city. The Museum of Antiquities is packed with relics from one of the oldest civilisations in history and is where you can see the riches taken from the Giza and Luxor sites - including the death mask of Tutankhamun. But to spend all your time looking at the dusty relics of Egypt's past would be a mistake, for Cairo is a living, breathing city. The worn sandstone buildings of the old town form narrow streets that throb with life, and against this backdrop you can see the trappings of a twenty-first century conurbation - a fascinating blend of ancient and modern.
The city bazaars have to be seen to be believed. Although chaotic they are incredible centres of social and commercial life, full of colour, sights and sounds that you won't find anywhere else in the world. Hundreds of years old they are still integral to the daily life and routine of the city - not merely cultural exhibits recreated to sell trinkets to tourists.
Formerly it was only a privileged few who could access the riches of this incredible city - now it is open for everyone to take advantage of the unforgettable experiences Cairo affords.