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Night Life

Cairo by Night

The nights of Cairo are uniquely romantic. The city combines the charm of the East and the arts of the West. This combination, offers the tourist, evenings full of all kinds of entertainments. It has many interesting places where a tourist can spend an enjoyable time such as theatres, cinemas, restaurants, casinos in the 5 stars hotels, night clubs, discotheques as well as the Cairo Opera House.

The Sound & Light of Giza Pyramids

Is a unique show, inaugurated in 1961. The association of the lights on the Great Pyramids as well as their Guardian the Sphinx, the evocative sound effects of the ancient pharaonic ambiance together with the narration of the history of the Pyramids and the Sphinx., in several languages (Arabic, French, English, German Spanish, Japanese and Italian) give an exceptional impression of , magnitude , greatness and enormity.

The Sound & Light of the Karnak Temples in Luxor

Started operation in 1972 and is considered the best in the whole world.

It took 5 years to complete this huge project. It gives the visitor a global idea about the history of the construction of Ancient Thebes, ( the old capital of Egypt) and its importance.

Moreover, the birth of the Karnak Complex which is the biggest religious complex in the history of the ancient world.

The Sound & Light of Philae Temple in Aswan

Started to operate in 1985 and is considered the most romantic spectacle among all Sound & Light performances in Egypt.

It narrates the dramatic story of Isis and Osiris, moreover it shows Isisís loyalty to her husband and how important the Nile was for Egypt.
The history of Great Nubia also is included.

The Sound & Light of Abu Simbel Temples

It is the latest and up to date show in Egypt.
It started in the year 2000. The visitor can see the facade of both temples, the great temple of Ramses II and the second of his beloved wife queen Nefretari.
They are the only temples in Egypt which were carved into the mountain cliffs.
During the show (daily in various languages) the visitor learns how both temples were saved, from drowning after the construction of the High Dam.

It explains as well the way they were raised, relocated and reconstructed in a new site by the support and management of the UNESCO.