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Wekalet El Ghouri Arts Center

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Wekalet El Ghouri Arts Center

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3 Mohamed Abdo St Muhammad 'Abduh Street, Cairo 11511 Egypt
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Check off three of Cairo’s most important ancient Egyptian sites in a day with a qualified Egyptologist guide. Start at Giza, home to the three Great Pyramids, the Valley Temple, and the majestic Sphinx. After a restaurant lunch, travel to Saqqara, an ancient cemetery known for Egypt’s first true pyramid. Finish with a visit to Memphis, city of the pharaohs who built these ancient tombs.
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MinouDelCairo wrote a review Aug. 2020
Cairo, Egypt45 contributions28 helpful votes
We love to go to Wekalet El Ghouri especially to watch the Tannoura show that it's really one of a kind show! The place is very well maintained and displays the beauty of Egyptian architecture. The tannoura performance is an hour show: instruments solos and spiritual band singing and the other half of the show is the whirling dervishes dance! the show runs every Saturday/Monday/Wednesday at 7 PM and we have to be there minimum one hour ahead to buy the tickets (the sold out quickly). Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Peter J wrote a review Feb. 2020
Sassocorvaro, Italy10 contributions
Superb show! Impressionant! A must! Music from an other world. Be there not later than 6 P.M. and pay 75 EGP for the ticket.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Vic S wrote a review Feb. 2020
15 contributions6 helpful votes
The performance was amazing. It consists traditional musical instrument and dances. One tip is you must be there early, the seats, especially those facing the stage directly, run out in very short time even in cold winter.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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IntrepidExplorer55 wrote a review Dec. 2019
British Columbia4 contributions6 helpful votes
This was the favourite part of my Cairo visit. It was incredible, words don't do it justice. Breathtaking.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Simbal09 wrote a review Nov. 2019
London, United Kingdom157 contributions86 helpful votes
Wikala Al Ghouri (various spellings) is a 16th century building adjacent to Khan Al Khalili which now offers an atmospheric venue for the superb 20-strong Tanoura Sufi dance troupe which provides a lively and thoroughly engaging music/dance show for 75 minutes on three evenings each week. It is very popular so arrive at 6.30pm to buy tickets and grab a seat before the start at 7.30pm. Video recording is prohibited whilst photographs can be freely taken. Children and young teenagers are likely to become bored quickly so it may not be for them whilst the intricate hand movements on the musical instruments and the dancing and gyrations of the musicians will captivate those who relish a lively cultural experience. Non-Egyptians pay LE83 for the very enjoyable performance.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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