#Egypt #travel Cairo – Is It Safe to Walk the Streets?

Our private guide took us on a rather lengthy walk down a Cairo street that is not frequented by tourists to prove to us that Egypt is a safe place. Watch all the smiles and waving we receive. This was a wonderful experience for my wife and I!

Disclaimer: This video is not meant to imply that you can walk down any street in Cairo safely. Cairo is a metropolis, you should use extra caution where you choose to go in it, like any other large city.

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  1. You are a man walking with an Egyptian man. Why would it not be safe with you? I went to egyot after you posted this video and as a female it’s an entirety different story.

    Look at you tube video creepers on the bridge

  2. So many young smiling beautiful youths. Must be a college near by. A lot of closed stalls, so I assume it was not a market day. The people smiled and wave. Everyone seems happy. Nice video.

  3. This is NOT a typical Cairo suburban street.

    In fact most of Cairo's suburban streets are in constant state of disrepair, lack of safe walking footpath, plenty of potholes, dirty and littered with garbage, overcrowded with cars, and the streets are lined with disgustingly old crumbling buildings.

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