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Every day when the sun sets, the bustling city of Cairo, the famous pyramids on the Giza plateau south of Cairo are absorbed in the darkness of the night, however, the great light and sound show bring them to life again. Thousands of years have...more
It was easy enough to get there by using Uber and choosing the Giza Pizza Hut/KFC on the map. We came from near Zamalek, so it didn't take too long to get there and was not expensive at all by Uber. We arrived early enough...More
I was in Cairo for business for 1 day and stayed overnight 1 night. My host took me to the sound and light show at the pyramids. I really enjoyed it. It’s very hot weather suiting the day but the evening cooled off nicely. It...More
After arriving into Cairo and settling into our hotel, this was our very first encounter with the Pyramids. We had very low expectations after reading some reviews but trust me, its worth it.
It only costs around $17 to get in, you can bring your...More
Skip the show if you’re tossing up about whether to go. It’s very basic history and the lights are not impressive at all ( very child like). It’s also super windy and cold so it’s rather unpleasant. The best part was seeing the pyramids and...More
I think we expected too much and were a little disappointed. I am not saying you should skip this show, but do not expect too much. It is just colored lights and a dialogue for about an hour. It is cold and we had to...More
This might be the show to close the day with a flourish. Visitors will be sitting and listen to a bit of Egyptian history - differnt languages are at disposal - while watching the amazing pyramids being lit with wonderful colours.
A good way to...More
We really liked the pyramid show. The view is beautiful and you actually learn something about their history. It's mostly the basics but still - very recommendable!
Might also be nice for children since the Sphinx is acting like the story teller :)