About Buy Egyptian Reminder at Khan el-Khalili in Cairo
Do you belong to the Middle Ages? If yes, it is wonderful. Otherwise, dont think us mad for asking you this question as we can fully justify our statement. Once recognized as a Turkish Bazaar during the Ottoman period, the Khan-el-Khalili Bazaar in Cairo, Egypt displays all that which has Medieval touch to it. The chaos layout of the streets produces endless pleasures to get acquainted with souks and to publicize your talent to haggle. Large number of buyers and vendors, who are engaged in selling many-colored items like garments, jewelry, spices, antiques, food restaurants and kitschy souvenirs also give overwhelming deals so that you always feel excited in the name of Egypt travel. Hire a taxi to Al-Azhar Mosque and cross the road via the underpass to get an easy access the Khan-el-Khailili Bazaar. The name of the Bazaar is inspired from the 14th century powerful Prince Jaharkas Al-Khalili, and lies in the heart of the Fatimid City. Although being small in size, it smartly caters to the vacationer of every budget. Where its eastern end abodes the striking Al-Hussein Mosque, the western end, is enclosed by Muizz li-Din Allah Street. Besides, the loud and packed, the Fishawi Cafe has always bewitched the locally famous artists like author Naguib Mahfouz to think out of box, and feel refreshed in the company of a water pipe, the Shisha, or a strong Turkish coffee. However, the Al-Muski Street, a crazy local market towards Ataba also deserves to catch your sight, and the delightful sips of Hibiscus, Karakare, Helba, etc. are worth-giving you a harmonious experience.