The Khalili Market, located in the heart of Cairo (the old city), consists of thousands of individual shops scattered in dozens of streets and alleys, many of which date back to the 14th century A.D. The market road is narrow, the streets are crowded with small shops, mainly selling gold and silver jewelry, copper plates, stone carvings, leather goods and other traditional Egyptian handicraft products, which are popular with foreign tourists because of its simple shop and complete goods. If you come to Cairo, you must visit here. There are jewelry, crafts and clothing with Egyptian characteristics. It is estimated that there are many Chinese tourists to Egypt in recent years. When we come here, the shopkeeper of a shop immediately greets us with a loud voice: China, China! We bought some jewelry, clothes and dates. They are all inexpensive things. Many small commodities are really cheap and can bargain. We went in the evening because time was limited and there were too many alleys to enjoy.
Fishaw s Cafe is the oldest cafe in Cairo for more than 200 years. It is rich in medieval luxury and historical significance. The decorations in the cafe are genuine antiques. Najib Mahfuz, a Nobel Prize-winning writer, once wrote here. It is full of Egyptian well culture, lazy Cafe time, smoking cigarettes and playing. Singing, trading, etc.
Halley market is the most lively market on the whole African continent. The whole market is crisscrossed. Most of them are Egyptian local handicrafts or folk snacks. Every day they are very busy. People come and go. There are many thieves here. We must pay attention to the safety of our own property.
Halley market is very famous in the Middle East, and it is also the most popular and largest market in Egypt. Outside the market is a small square, where you can drink tea and smoke for leisure. Generally, tour guides scatter their guests here and wait here by themselves. The market is in the long and ancient alleys. It sells everything. It can be said that there are in Egypt. There will be a lot of people here. They are noisy and bargaining constantly. They can also enjoy a kind of folk customs without buying. It is a necessary market.
There are many souvenirs available in the Khalili market in Egypt. Small traders see that foreign tourists have increased their prices by two or three times, so they must remember to bargain for what they want. If they have time, they should compare several stores more. The Khalili market is also a demarcation line (old and modern, poor and rich). Old people can be seen doing nothing alone in the old districts. Sitting at the door of the house, the dilapidated house, the big cake in the car, you can imagine the life of the poor people...
Khalili Market is the most famous open-air market in Egypt, with a long history of several hundred years. It sells a variety of goods with Egyptian traditional characteristics. However, according to the guides, most of them come from Yiwu! __________ Saturday's Harley Market is crowded with people, and it's the best window to get to know the place.
How about not going to Hariri in Cairo? Don't listen to the frightening talk of the tour guide. The simple people are still very friendly. They take a taxi from Giza for about 30-40 minutes. The locals all gather around the mosque square to brainwash. There are many foreign tourists. Be careful to raise prices and tips. We must ask about the quantity, price and currency, and pay attention to the carry-on items. It's really a very busy place, surrounded by faint water smoke. The real night life begins. It's very local. It drinks thick mango juice, eats Cairo lamb chops, and can find beautiful bottles and gadgets........................................... The introduction of the little brother's shop is very grand. Chinese is very good. As far as possible, the aunt has severely criticized the price, and is still patiently introducing, selling papyrus paintings and flavors, all are conscience prices. After supper, we go to the middle of the night to invite us to drink, and finally help to take a taxi.
The khan-khalili market is probably the most scented and lovely place in Cairo.