Travel back in time to the glorious days of Islamic Cairo, and see some of the medieval and Ottoman city's greatest religious monuments. Admire ancient mosques and madrasa, medieval city walls and gates, Ottoman-era houses, mausoleums, and markets.
Start your real-time online experience from the famous Bab Zweila Southern City gate of Cairo, and continue to explore the tentmakers market where the artisans do the quilting and patch-working by hand to make beautiful wall hangings, cushion covers and more. Then head to the Hanging Mosque of Al-Saleh Talaei' facing Bab Zweila, the last Fatimid mosque to be built in Egypt in 1160 AD., to admire its intricate limestone facade with fine details.
Visit the grand portal of the Al-Muayyad mosque whilst listening to interesting stories about Al-Muayyad, after whom the mosque was named. Next, we cross the lively streets of the old market of El-Ghuria to the Al-Ghuri complex which consists of a mosque, religious college, mausoleum and Sabil-Kuttab. Continue to the Dome of Al-Ghuri, famous for the Whirling Dervish Tannoura Show before concluding our tour at Al-Azhar square where we will see the famous Al-Azhar university mosque. Just opposite to it, we will see the historical mosque complex of Abul-Dahab that is made to look like the Istanbul Style of mosques.