Cairo, the City of a Thousand Minarets is one of the top preferred destinations for Ramadan. There are abundant mosques to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan and to indulge in prayers to seek the blessings of the mighty one. This historical city is a must visit for a Ramadan vacation.
Visit Cairo During Ramadan
Best places to pray
Mosque of Muhammed Ali
Mosque of Muhammed Ali or Alabaster Mosque is one of the best attractions in Egypt. Its unique architecture and sky-high minarets draw several tourists here. This mosque was constructed between 1830 and 1957 and offers the view of almost the whole of Cairo. So, why not say your prayers here this Ramadan!
Mosque of Ibn Tulun
This is the oldest as well as the largest mosque of Cairo that was built in 879 CE. You can click instagrammable snaps of the city from its popular staircase minaret. This holy month might be an excellent chance to visit this historical landmark.
Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan
The credit for the building of Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan, one of the world’s biggest mosques goes to Sultan Hassan. He constructed it during the 14th century (Mamluk Islamic era). It also functions as a Madrassa (school) apart from being a mosque. This Ramadan season, pay a visit to this holy place.
Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah Mosque
It is one of the significant Fatimid mosques in the Egyptian capital of Cairo. Constructed between 990 and 1012, its architectural style is influenced by the Mosque of Ibn Tulun. Don’t forget to include this mosque in your Cairo itinerary.
The sheikh of Al-Azhar is regarded as the highest religious authority among Egyptian Muslims. Though the mosque was constructed in 970 CE, it has been extensively enlarged over the 1000 years. The building is also home to the second oldest university in the world and still is considered to be the best place for Sunni theology studies.
Best halal hotels for your stay
Make the best of this Ramadan by enjoying some of the best accommodation options in Cairo for a pleasant stay.
- Mena House Hotel: Pyramids Garden, Cairo
- Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza: Garden City, Cairo
- The Nile Ritz-Carlto: Qasr alNeel, Cairo
- Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski Cair: First Settlement, Cairo
- Intercontinental Citystars Cairo Hote: Heliopolis, Cairo
Prayer timings in Cairo for the Holy month of Ramadan
|Sun 5 May||03:33||05:08||11:52||15:29||18:35||20:00|
|Mon 6 May||03:31||05:07||11:52||15:29||18:36||20:01|
|Tue 7 May||03:30||05:06||11:52||15:29||18:37||20:02|
|Wed 8 May||03:29||05:06||11:52||15:28||18:37||20:03|
|Thu 9 May||03:28||05:05||11:51||15:28||18:38||20:04|
|Fri 10 May||03:27||05:04||11:51||15:28||18:39||20:04|
|Sat 11 May||03:26||05:03||11:51||15:28||18:39||20:05|
|Sun 12 May||03:25||05:03||11:51||15:28||18:40||20:06|
|Mon 13 May||03:24||05:02||11:51||15:28||18:41||20:07|
|Tue 14 May||03:23||05:01||11:51||15:28||18:41||20:08|
|Wed 15 May||03:22||05:01||11:51||15:28||18:42||20:09|
|Thu 16 May||03:21||05:00||11:51||15:28||18:43||20:10|
|Fri 17 May||03:21||05:00||11:51||15:28||18:43||20:11|
|Sat 18 May||03:20||04:59||11:51||15:28||18:44||20:12|
|Sun 19 May||03:19||04:58||11:51||15:28||18:45||20:12|
|Mon 20 May||03:18||04:58||11:52||15:28||18:45||20:13|
|Tue 21 May||03:17||04:57||11:52||15:28||18:46||20:14|
|Wed 22 May||03:16||04:57||11:52||15:28||18:46||20:15|
|Thu 23 May||03:16||04:56||11:52||15:28||18:47||20:16|
|Fri 24 May||03:15||04:56||11:52||15:28||18:48||20:17|
|Sat 25 May||03:14||04:56||11:52||15:28||18:48||20:18|
|Sun 26 May||03:14||04:55||11:52||15:28||18:49||20:18|
|Mon 27 May||03:13||04:55||11:52||15:29||18:49||20:19|
|Tue 28 May||03:13||04:55||11:52||15:29||18:50||20:20|
|Wed 29 May||03:12||04:54||11:52||15:29||18:51||20:21|
|Thu 30 May||03:11||04:54||11:53||15:29||18:51||20:22|
|Fri 31 May||03:11||04:54||11:53||15:29||18:52||20:22|
|Sat 1 Jun||03:10||04:53||11:53||15:29||18:52||20:23|
|Sun 2 Jun||03:10||04:53||11:53||15:29||18:53||20:24|
|Mon 3 Jun||03:10||04:53||11:53||15:29||18:53||20:24|
|Tue 4 Jun||03:09||04:53||11:53||15:29||18:54||20:25|
This Ramadan season we bring you a series of top destinations for your perfect Ramadan vacation. Stay tuned for more.