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Apart from the engineering bit 6th October bridge is a very nice place to have a romantic walk in... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2012
marilyn h
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luxor
One of the bridges crossing the Nile. Very normalIt's just a bridge in the middle of the city

Nothing good or bad about it. It is not really an attraction, it's an elevated road that crosses... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2012
Sherif I
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Cairo, Egypt
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Reviewed 26 October 2013

Why would anyone want to visit this? I travel over this bridge daily, it is just a concrete structure JAMMED FULL of cars and with very little pavement. Not to mention recent violent clashes that have occurred here. Yes the Nile is beautiful but view...More

1  Thank NandyPengarah
Reviewed 15 September 2013

Enjoy this bridge in early morning or late night, you can across Cairo easily without any traffic jam, also it is good to watch Nile River, sunrise and sunset too. Wedding couples can take shoots for memories as well.

Thank aayusef
Reviewed 4 May 2013

its always crowded from 8 AM till around midnight and in both directions which extends from Nasr city to Giza. The optimal driving time is early in the morning and after midnight.

Thank Khaledmh
Reviewed 18 March 2013 via mobile

Cairo's ongoing engineering project for quite a number of decades. It is continuously being renovated and expanded so that it can support the ever growing Cairo traffic. It will take you from one side of the city to another right above the most crowded parts...More

Thank Amin A
Reviewed 24 September 2012

Apart from the engineering bit 6th October bridge is a very nice place to have a romantic walk in the evening. There are still people fishing fro the bridge at night with their custom made rods as well as home made ones.

Thank marilyn h
Reviewed 16 August 2012

Nothing good or bad about it. It is not really an attraction, it's an elevated road that crosses rivers and populated areas and parks.. about 20KM long.. If you feel like parking your car and walking across parts of it, the one that crosses the...More

Thank Sherif I
Reviewed 16 May 2012

Traffic on the 6th October bridge was always congested. The streets were very noisy with drivers honking at each other etc. However, it is definitely an interesting place to visit as it reflects a lot on the Egyptian's life. Stalls are set up on the...More

Thank MeiKOK
Reviewed 29 April 2012

It joins most of Cairo together trying to make shortcuts to places, yet it's crowded. A shortcut in which you spend a lot of time to reach your destination.

Thank Noha B
Reviewed 11 February 2012

I wonder how come this is an attraction. It is a long bridge (around 13 kms) that most people drive on daily to go to work. There is a portion that passes over the Nile. Many people stand up there watching the Nile. Nice view...More

3  Thank Ebyary
Reviewed 9 February 2012

What can you say about a bridge? The traffic is busy, impatient and noisy and not to be tackled during rush hour!!!

2  Thank Doreen H
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