5 Things To Do at Night While Traveling in Egypt

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Egypt Pyramids at night

5 Things To Do at Night While Traveling: A lot of people traveling around Egypt think that there isn’t a lot to do in the evening if they aren’t staying in Cairo. However, Egypt is an exciting country with a lot of nighttime entertainment options. Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh are just two of the cities that have vibrant nightlife.

Nightlife in Cairo

Cairo has an abundance of bars, clubs, and restaurants. Cairo has an abundance of excellent restaurants that serve cuisine from many different countries. Egyptian, French, Italian, and Asian is among the cuisines served at Cairo restaurants. One of Cairo’s more unusual restaurants is Deals Pub on Zamalek Island. Locals and tourists go there mainly for the drinks, but there’s an excellent menu. Make sure to get to Deals early. After dinner, one of the many discos or clubs is the place to go. Among the most popular nightspots are:

  • Buddha Bar
  • Cairo Jazz Club
  • La Bodega
  • Le Pacha
  • Nile Dragon

Internet cafes, movie theatres, and museums are other ways to enjoy your evening in Cairo.

5 Things To Do at Night While Traveling: Evening Entertainment in Alexandria

Alexandria has several great bars for your favourite cocktails and live music. The Al Fouad Bar is inside the El-Salamlek Palace Hotel. The bar opens early and stays open until 2 am. You can party until the early hours of the morning and sip your favourite drink. The Qatar El Nada Garden with lovely sea views opens at 11 a.m. for lunch and stay open until 3 a.m. One of the most popular nightspots in Alexandria is the San Giovanni Night Club which features headline performers from around the world, belly dancer shows, and live music. The club inside the San Giovanni Hotel opens at 10:30 p.m. And stays open until 4 a.m. The Aquarius Discotheque has views of the Mediterranean, an a la carte menu, and excellent Egyptian wines and cuisine.

Casinos and Online Slots

A lot of the luxury hotels in Egypt feature casinos that are open to non-Egyptians. All transactions at the casinos are conducted in U.S. Or the other main currencies. To play at any of the casinos, it’s necessary to show your passport before you enter. Smart casual dress is required at the casinos and guests should dress modestly. Egyptian hotels that have casinos are located in:

  • Alexandria
  • Cairo
  • Hurghada
  • Sharm El Sheikh

Cairo is the largest city in Egypt for casinos, with 21 casinos throughout the city. Aladin Casino at Domina Coral Bay in Sharm El Sheikh is the biggest casino in the country. One way to relax in your hotel and have the chance to win big is to check out Slots Daily. The online casino offers special promotions including cash bonuses, prizes, and free spins. Online casinos are supported by most mobile devices and operating systems. You can choose slots with your favorite theme, whether you prefer:

  • Egyptian
  • Fantasy
  • Fairytales
  • Superheroes
  • Nature
  • Scary
  • Space

Slots Daily has these and many other themes from which to choose. Online casinos offer progressive jackpots. The jackpot can increase substantially and very quickly when a lot of people are playing the slots simultaneously. Progressive jackpots are linked to a large number of casinos which means that you could win a huge jackpot. The online casinos are safe to play and are regulated by the Gaming Authority in Malta.

Sound and Light Shows

An exciting entertainment experience is the amazing Sound and Light Shows featuring Egypt’s most iconic monuments. The Giza Plateau is one destination to view the ancient Sphinx and pyramids illuminated in colourful, laser lights while you hear the story of how the ancient monuments were created. The show lasts for approximately two hours.

Night Market in Cairo

If the nightlife scene isn’t for you, take in the Khan El Khalili Market. Although less authentic than some of the other Egyptian markets, it’s fun and colorful, and a great place to spend an evening of shopping for treasures to take home. The market is open at Midan El Hussein each evening in the square between the Al-Azhar and Saiyidna Hussein Mosques. You can buy everything from gold and copper to spice, textiles, and perfume. The market is a collection of smaller bazaars altogether in the square.

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