Even though Cairo is a Muslim city, the nightlife is quite lively. The viability of nightlife varies from region to region. Even though some areas are strict about it, the center of nightlife in Cairo is the Zamalek district and the Downtown area. There are 24-hour clubs, pubs, upscale restaurants and cafés.
People who want to spend a quiet night in the city, where there are different tastes and entertainments due to its multicultural structure, can try the traditional Egyptian night. You can go to the coffeehouses called Ahwa and enjoy a pleasant evening with coffee and hookah while experiencing the authentic atmosphere of Cairo.
Those looking for a lively Egyptian night can visit the Zamalek region or the city center. Although the prices in Zamalek are a bit more expensive, there are special places like El Morocco where different electronic music plays from the 80s to the present day.
After Eight in the city center is one of the most famous nightclubs in Cairo. The club is popular among young people and tourists, with different music and dance activities.
The restaurants and pubs in the Zamalek area are another option for a peaceful night with spectacular night views and quality services.
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