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El-tahrir Square Building No. 11 Ap (0.06 km from Tahrir Square)
Located in Cairo 100 metres from Tahrir Square Cairo Hub Hostel features air-conditioned rooms and a shared lounge. Around 400 m from The Egyptian Museum the property is also 1.5 km away from Cairo Tower and offers free WiFi.
229 Pyramids Road (0.09 km from Tahrir Square)
Just a 5-minute drive from the Great Pyramid of Giza and a short distance from Cairo's city centre this trendy hotel offers spacious and contemporary rooms.
Off Uroba Road P.o Box 2531 Heliopo (0.09 km from Tahrir Square)
Baron Hotel is a popular choice amongst travelers in Cairo whether exploring or just passing through. Offering a variety of facilities and services the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep.
9 Adly 5th Floor (0.09 km from Tahrir Square)
Located 1.1 km from The Egyptian Museum, Cairo International Hostel Downtown features rooms with air conditioning in Cairo. The property is around 1.8 km from El Hussien Mosque, 1.8 km from Al-Azhar Mosque and 2.1 km from Cairo Tower.
3 Bostan Ibn Al Quraish (0.11 km from Tahrir Square)
700 metres from The Egyptian Museum Grand City Hotel is situated in Cairo and offers free WiFi a tour desk and a ticket service. The property is around 800 metres from Tahrir Square 2.2 km from Cairo Tower and 2.7 km from Khan Al Khalili.
11 Tahrir Square Second Floor Next (0.11 km from Tahrir Square)
Set in Cairo 400 metres from Tahrir Square Tahrir Square Hostel provides air-conditioned rooms and a shared lounge. Featuring room service this property also provides guests with a terrace.
2 Al Bustan Street (0.12 km from Tahrir Square)
Situated within 200 metres of Cairo Museum and Nile Hilton Shopping Centre Cleopatra Hotel offers rooms in Cairo. Featuring on-site dining this 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom.
Kasr El Nile (0.15 km from Tahrir Square)
Situated in Cairo in the Cairo Governate Region 200 metres from The Egyptian Museum Steigenberger El Tahrir features an outdoor pool and sauna. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.
Located in downtown Cairo overlooking the River Nile Egyptian Night Hostel faces the Egyptian Musuem and is within a short walk from Sadat Metro.
Located in Downtown Cairo City View Hotel is a perfect starting point from which to explore Cairo.
Overlooking Egypt Museum and located 250 metres from Sadat metro station City Hotel offers a great window for going around Cairo.
Located in Cairo 450 metres from Tahrir Square Tahrir Plaza Suites offers accommodation with a shared lounge and with views overlooking the Egyptian.
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.
Located in Cairo 300 metres from AUC Main Campus Amin Hotel features a shared lounge.
Stop at Amin Hotel to discover the wonders of Cairo. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the property's facilities and services.
Located in Cairo and with Tahrir Square reachable within less than 600 meters Holy sheet Hostel features concierge services rooms a shared lounge.
Meramess offer budget accommodation in central Cairo.
Well set in the Downtown Cairo district of Cairo Hotel Velvet 1915 is located less than 1 km from Tahrir Square 2.1 km from The Egyptian Museum and 2.
Located in Downtown Cairo castle hostel is a perfect starting point from which to explore Cairo.
Located in Cairo city centre just a few minutes walk from the Egyptian.useum this 3-star hotel boasts a strategic position directly in front of the.
Set in Cairo and with The Egyptian Museum reachable within 100 metres Nile Crystal Hotel provides express check-in and check-out rooms a shared.
Located in Cairo 1.1 km from Tahrir Square Abdeen Palace Hostel features air-conditioned rooms and a shared lounge.
Located in Cairo 300 metres from Tahrir Square New Cairo Heart Hotel features rooms with city views and free WiFi. The property is situated 2.
Situated in Cairo’s city centre this hotel provides free internet access and a tour desk offering advice on excursions in the area.
Situated in Cairo city centre just a few minutes' walk from the east bank of the River Nile and the Cairo Museum Arabesque Hotel offers comfortable.
Overlooking the Nile River and just 5 minutes’ walk from the Egyptian Museum the 5-star Intercontinental Cairo Semiramis features a heated outdoor.
Situated in Cairo 700 metres from Tahrir Square Ambiance Cairo Hotel provides accommodation with a terrace and private parking.
Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt is a large city square and public space located in the heart of downtown, sitting at the intersection of two major thoroughfares. It has long been one of Cairo’s most beloved public spaces, and a place for celebration throughout its long history.
During the 2011 Egyptian Revolution it was the epicenter of political protests, bringing together protesters from all over the country to demand change.
It was also the scene of much violence during this time as police and military forces clashed with demonstrators in an attempt to suppress their democratic efforts. Since then, Tahrir Square has become a symbol of democracy and hope for Egyptians and others around the world.
Named after former Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser's popular slogan "Tahrir al-Watan" (Translated: Liberation of the nation), Tahrir Square was formally opened in May 2011 after being closed since March due to protests that had taken place there. The exact size of Tahrir Square is debated; however, it is estimated to be about 40 acres or 1.6 million square meters in size-making it one of largest squares in Africa.
The square includes several statues dedicated to Nasser and also features a large fountain which can be lit up at night with different colored lights.
Standing tall at one end of Tahrir Square is a large obelisk known as Qasr Al-Nil Bridge Monument which serves as an iconic symbol for Cairo itself. It stands 70ft tall and marks where Ramses II once crossed into Old Cairo from Giza during his conquest 4500 years ago. The monument was built by Khedive Ismail Pasha in 1874 to commemorate this event and its construction predates that of many other monuments within Egypt such as the Pyramids or Sphinx at Giza.
Tahrir Square is home to not just historical sites but also various shopping venues such as cafes and restaurants, banks, hotels, shops selling souvenirs and other services catering to tourists visiting Egypt’s capital city Cairo each year.
There are also several bus routes that regularly pass through Tahrir Square making it easy to reach any other part of town from its center point location - this allows travelers who come here even more freedom while they explore its vibrant atmosphere full of culture, life & history!