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Cairo Business Travel Guide - - Front Page -

CAIRO IS the per­fect city to ac­com­mo­date a busy busi­ness trav­eller’s sched­ule, and as beau­ti­ful as it is manic, your trip there will pro­vide end­less va­ri­ety to your day.

Of course no trip to Cairo would be com­plete with­out a trip to its famed pyra­mids at the Giza com­plex, and as the old­est of the Seven Won­ders of the An­cient World stand­ing, and as the only one re­main­ing largely in­tact, it is not to be missed.

If you are look­ing for a leisurely stroll to es­cape some of the city’s mad­ness, then Za­malek is one of Cairo’s most dy­namic spots to do so. In re­cent years it has thrived as a hub for young, con­nected and af­flu­ent Egyp­tians and with an area no larger than New York’s Cen­tral Park, it is the per­fect place to ex­plore be­tween meet­ings.

In the evenings you can tap into the au­then­tic Egyp­tian cuisine avail­able at Zooba, rem­i­nis­cent of Istanbul’s Beyo­glu ea­ter­ies and also lo­cated in Za­malek, be­fore turn­ing in to your five-star ac­com­mo­da­tion for the night. Cairo pro­vides a plethora of ho­tels for your needs as a busi­ness trav­eller, in­clud­ing Sof­i­tel Cairo El Gezi­rah, a lux­ury ho­tel lo­cated on the banks of the Nile and the per­fect location for both get­ting to meet­ings and ex­plor­ing Cairo it­self.

Cairo will pro­vide you with a busi­ness trip like no other, the abil­ity to sur­round your­self with vast and strik­ing his­tory and the mod­ern con­ve­nience re­quired for a pro­duc­tive trip.

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