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Nightlife in Cairo

Nightlife in the city of the Nile River has a different taste and there are plenty of activities to do and places to visit including clubs, bars, and restaurants. Taking a Nile cruise especially at night for enjoying the cool weather, clear sky and charming view of the great river comes on top of the activities that any visitor of Cairo should do. There are numerous cruising restaurants sailing providing five-star service for its guests to ensure entertainment and peace of mind. Additionally, one can enjoy having dinner while watching belly dancing shows and listening classic Arabic and international music. Cairo Tower is another good destination to visit at night for enjoying an overall view of Cairo from its revolving restaurant. Those who enjoy dancing, drinking and listening to loud music can visit the numerous clubs and bars in Cairo especially those in Mohamed Ali Street in addition to the clubs that are located within hotels. Some of the tourists prefer walking around the city at night because it is not as crowded as the morning and shopping for souvenirs. El Muiz Street is the most recommended place where they can entertain themselves and shop for handmade works and gold, copper and brass souvenirs. While touring in the city, one can enjoy watching Tannoura Sufi Dance Show in El Ghuri Mausoleum every Saturday night.

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