#Egypt #travel Egypt’s Cairo

Check your local public television station for this Rick Steves’ Europe episode or watch it on Teeming Cairo, straddling the Nile, is the capital of Egypt and one of the leading cities of the Muslim world. With 20 million people, greater Cairo pulses with energy. We explore the back streets on a tuk-tuk, drop in on a mosque, haggle with a gauntlet of eager merchants, bake some pita bread, help chisel a tombstone, marvel at King Tut’s gold, greet the ancient Sphinx, and climb into the center of the greatest pyramid.

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  1. I appreciated the advice on dealing with vendors in the street markets. I've visited other countries that have a similar market culture in this way, and I found it annoying to have people always trying to sell you something.
    But I'll remember these tips for when I visit a place like this in the future!

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