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If you are flying to Cairo, it is best to take EgyptAir or Star Alliance airlines, as they are the major tie up airlines with Cairo International Airport. The airport is located near the business district of Cairo. It is well managed with more than 45 passenger airlines and nine cargo airlines using the airport everyday.
Places to go in Cairo
You can stay in Cairo for several days and yet there will always be some new places to see and discover. The Moqattam Hills with its barren red rock wall never fails to astonish visitors. The Postal Museum exhibits postal equipment, stamps and postal statistics. The Egyptian Museum, which was founded in 1857, has a wide collection of ancient Egyptian and Greco-Roman pieces that tourists get amazed at. There are more attractions in the city, which you will find out as your tour progresses. The famous Islamic sites like Al-Hakim Mosque, Aqmar Mosque, Juyushi Mosque, Lulua Mosque and Al-Azhar Mosque are must-see places, which you must not pass up during your trip.
Cairo’s desert climate
Cairo is actually situated in a desert hence its climate is dry with few chances of rain throughout the year. Nonetheless, the weather can be unpredictable at times and the temperature can drop to as low as 13°C during winter. Summer comes from May to August with temperatures hitting 45°C to 47°C. There are two seasons in Cairo and both are two versions of summer. September to March is a good period for visiting the city because the weather is temperate and temperature ranges from 15°C to 25°C. However the best time to go to Cairo is in February and March because it is during these months when the sun shines for more than seven hours.
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