Find out all you need to know about your visit to Cairo
The 5th Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Conference will be held at Triumph Luxury Hotel.
Cairo’s public transport system is a safe and cost-effective means of transportation. Metred taxis are easy to find, regulated, clean, and comfortable. They also provide a great opportunity to take in some of the sights of Cairo.
Triumph Luxury Hotel.
Block 19, in front of Katameya Heights
Fifth Settlement Cairo, Cairo Governorate
Cairo is the largest city and the capital of the Republic of Egypt, almost 400 km square with a current population of 20 million. It takes second place in Africa and seventeenth in the world in terms of population.
Cairo is also home to many regional and international organizations such as the League of Arab States and the regional offices of the WHO, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), as well as the of the African Basketball Federation.
Cairo celebrates its national day on July 6 of every year, the day that the leader of the city, Jawhar al-Saqli, placed the foundation stone of the city in 969 CE. Cairo is now more than 1044 years old.
The currency used in Egypt is the Egyptian Pound.
All major international banks have branches in the city and the working hours from Sunday to Thursday are 08:00-14:00. Cash machines are widely available and major credit cards are accepted.
The official language is Arabic, but English is widely spoken and understood. Both languages are commonly used in business and commerce.
All international visitors traveling to Egypt must be in possession of a passport, which must be valid for at least six months from the date of entry into the country.
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