Cairo Opera House
In a city full of ancient wonders visitors can easily forget that Cairo has some modern attractions that are well worth visiting. In addition to enjoying ancient monuments and bustling markets like the Khan Al-Khalili Bazaar, visitors with a taste for culture will be delighted by a trip to the Cairo Opera House.
Cairo is a modern, cosmopolitan city offering attractions for every taste. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Cairo Heliopolis provides spacious rooms and five star amenities, helping visitors to fully enjoy a trip to this captivating city.
The home of Egyptian culture
The Cairo Opera House was completed in 1988 and represents one of the most important cultural centres in Egypt and the Middle East. Funding for the building came in the form of a gift from Japan to Egypt and architects from both countries worked to bring this stunning building to life.
The timeless structure has been lauded as a masterpiece of modern Islamic design and it stages world-class performances. In 2007 the London Philharmonic Orchestra recognised the importance of the Cairo Opera House by choosing it as a venue for their first performance in the Middle East and Africa.
Cairo by night
There are many reasons why visitors are drawn to the Egyptian capital, from a desire to see ancient buildings to the need to attend a Cairo conference. Whatever draws a visitor to the city, they will find that Cairo comes alive by night and the sophisticated culture offered by the city’s finest Opera House offers a thrilling way to spend an evening.
Guests at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Cairo Heliopolis will find that the luxury and comfort afforded by this superior hotel is perfect for relaxing after an evening enjoying a show at the Cairo Opera House.