Built between 1356 and 1363 by the Mamluk ruler Sultan Hassan, the Madrassa-Mosque of sultan Hassan is located at the Citadel Square, is considered as the pyramid of Islamic structures. This fascinating place was used as a school, mosque and mausoleum. Your Egyptologist will provide you with an introduction to the main elements of the mosque and basic Islamic principles. The mosque is an excellent example of the gigantic structures of the Mamluke era.
A short drive will take you to the 1150-year-old mosque of Ibn Tulun.it is the oldest and best preserved mosque in Egypt.it has a unique spiral tower which has an equal in the city of Samara in Iraq. The mosque has a tower that you can climb and enjoy a nice view over the city
The next stop will be at the remaining walls and gates of Cairo built in the 10th century by the Fatimid. Walking inside the old city, you will realize that you are in an open-air museum of Islamic structures mixed with the friendliness and welcoming of the local people.
The tour will enrich your knowledge about the Islamic,religion,architecture,ornaments and how the city developed along the years.
At the end of the tour ,you will be dropped off at the hotel