26 Kasr Al Nile Fifth Floor Next To (1.7 km from Mosque of Ibn Tulun)
Situated in Cairo Pharoah's Palace features accommodation with private balconies. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen along with free WiFi. The hostel has family rooms.
49 Nobar Street Downtown Bab El Lou (1.7 km from Mosque of Ibn Tulun)
Located in Downtown Cairo Osiris Hotel is just a 500 metres walk from the Egyptian Museum. It offers free Wi-Fi in public areas and a roof-top terrace that offers views of downtown Cairo. The bright air-conditioned rooms are simply furnished.
8 Ibrahim Naguib Garden City (1.9 km from Mosque of Ibn Tulun)
Garden Season Hotel features air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TV in the Garden City district of Cairo. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant a 24-hour front desk and room service along with free WiFi.
92 C Mohamed Farid St Abdin Sq. (2.0 km from Mosque of Ibn Tulun)
Located in Cairo city centre just a few minutes walk from the Egyptian Museum this 3-star hotel boasts a strategic position directly in front of the Mohamed Najeeb underground station.
Falaky Square 38 (2.1 km from Mosque of Ibn Tulun)
Stop at Amin Hotel to discover the wonders of Cairo. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the property's facilities and services. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at Amin Hotel.
Falaky Square 38 (2.1 km from Mosque of Ibn Tulun)
Located in Cairo 300 metres from AUC Main Campus Amin Hotel features a shared lounge. Boasting a 24-hour front desk this property also provides guests with a sun terrace. The restaurant serves steakhouse and local as well as Middle eastern dishes.
11 Sherif Basha In Front Of El Lewa (2.1 km from Mosque of Ibn Tulun)
Set in Cairo 1.1 km from Tahrir Square Golden Star Hostel features air-conditioned rooms and a terrace. Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen along with free WiFi throughout the property.
Featuring panoramic views of the Nile this 5-star hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with a flat-screen satellite TV and a marble bathroom.
Set in Cairo 700 metres from Tahrir Square City Palace Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi and express check-in and check-out.
Boasting a terrace Victory Of Downtown Hotel is situated in Cairo in the Cairo Governorate region 1.1 km from Khan Al Khalili and 1.
New Grand Royal Hotel provides rooms in Cairo near Tahrir Square and The Egyptian Museum.
Overlooking Egypt Museum and located 250 metres from Sadat metro station City Hotel offers a great window for going around Cairo.
Located in Downtown Cairo City View Hotel is a perfect starting point from which to explore Cairo.
Situated in Cairo's city centre this inn offers comfortable accommodation with free private parking and breakfast included just minutes from.
Hotel Grand Royal is located in Cairo City Centre. Rooms are decorated with white colours and wooden furniture.
Situated within 200 metres of Cairo Museum and Nile Hilton Shopping Centre Cleopatra Hotel offers rooms in Cairo.
Built in 1950 our art deco hotel in the heart of Cairo still provides a warm family welcome and an outstanding location from which to explore this.
Set in Cairo 400 metres from Tahrir Square Tahrir Square Hostel provides air-conditioned rooms and a shared lounge.
Located 1.1 km from The Egyptian Museum, Cairo International Hostel Downtown features rooms with air conditioning in Cairo. The property is around 1.
Situated in Cairo and within less than 1 km of Tahrir Square Hostgram has a terrace allergy-free rooms and free WiFi. The property is around 2.
Located in Cairo 100 metres from Tahrir Square Cairo Hub Hostel features air-conditioned rooms and a shared lounge.
Located in Cairo 1.1 km from Tahrir Square Abdeen Palace Hostel features air-conditioned rooms and a shared lounge.
Kings Palace Hotel decorated in true Arabian Night style is the perfect destination for budget travellers and backpackers.
This hostel is located in central Cairo just 200 metres from the famous Talat Harb Square.
The Mosque of Ibn Tulun is one of the most iconic landmarks in Cairo, Egypt. It was built in 876–879 CE by the Abbasid governor of Egypt, Ahmad ibn Tulun, and is considered to be one of the oldest mosques in Africa.
This impressive building stands out with its unique architectural style that combines elements from both the Abbasid and Fatimid dynasties. The intricate design incorporates a large central courtyard surrounded by eight arcades with a total of nine domes.
Each dome is decorated with colorful stucco carvings, while the minarets on each corner stand as four tall towers soaring towards the sky. With its distinctive architecture and stunning decoration, it is no wonder that this mosque has become an iconic symbol of Cairo and continues to draw tourists from all over the world.
The structure itself consists of three main parts; a large central courtyard which serves as an open-air prayer hall, plus two smaller courtyards at either side. The mosque also houses several other rooms such as a library, lecture halls, offices and tombs for Ahmand ibn Tulun himself and his family members.
The walls are covered in intricately designed stucco carvings featuring geometric shapes and abstract designs which have been identified as Persian in origin. There are also numerous inscriptions written in Kufic script which adorn the walls throughout the complex. Most notably there is a Quranic verse carved onto a marble plaque at the entrance gate to welcome visitors into this sacred space.
When you enter through the main gate you are greeted by towering minarets on each corner with their distinct pointed arches framing the sky above them. As you move further into the complex you come across an impressive display of Islamic artistry visible throughout every feature from painted tiles to beautiful marble columns that rise up like giant sentinels keeping watch over this ancient monument preserving centuries worth of traditions for generations to come. Indeed, this landmark stands today as both a testament to its remarkable past and reminder for what can be accomplished when we appreciate beauty in every form it takes on our journey through life’s many paths