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TESOL Cairo | TESOL Egypt
Cairo is a fascinating city with a long history as the location of Egypt’s ancient capital cities and has witnessed a plethora exciting periods throughout its lifetime. Traces of Egypt’s past can be witnessed all through the city in the vast number of monuments and archeological sites found all over the city and surrounding areas. Visitors can get a glimpse of the Pharaonic, Greek, Roman, Coptic and Islamic lives which were played out over thousands of years in this world-famous city. Modern Cairo is a thriving, cosmopolitan city which brings tourists from all over the world and is one of the most exciting places to take a TESOL course.
Beyond the magnificent monuments to Egypt’s past, Cairo also houses more modern attractions including shopping malls, amusement parks, opera houses, theatres and more. Since 1976 the city has hosted the Cairo International Film Festival. As can be expected of a first-class tourist destination, Cairo has a wide selection of hotels and other accommodation available to choose from when visiting.
The exciting history of this city can be witnessed in the more than fifty museums located in the city and its surrounds. The museums house a plethora of artifacts from thousands of years of Egypt’s past including the mummy of Ramesses II, the most powerful Pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty, who reigned between 1279 and 1213 BC. Whatever else you do in Cairo, you will be sure to visit the Great Pyramid and Great Sphinx at Giza, which have stood for thousands of years and serve as icons of Egypt. Other activities available include a dinner cruise along the Nile is a great way to spend a couple of hours enjoying a great meal with friends as you soak up the sights. Alternatively, you can get away from the city and find a cozy place to relax in the nature reserves and protected areas of Cairo.
Home to fifteen public and private universities including the American University and the British University, Cairo is an important centre of education for the country and the wider region. There are more than thirty-five higher education institutions under the purview of the Ministry of Higher Education. Cairo has excellent transport options with a subway system, rail network, buses, taxis and app-based services Uber and Careem all available to get you where you need to be.