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Christmas in Cairo bazaar listing

Ahram Online lists this year’s Christmas bazaars in Cairo to get a head start on unique shopping opportunities

Ahram Online, Friday 18 Nov 2011
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Here's a perfect chance to pick up a handmade gift if you’re an expat going home for Christmas, or a shopping for someone with unique taste

Friday, 9 December

Swiss Club
Close to Midan Kit Kat in Imbaba, off of Sudan Street

Christmas Choir at 1:00pm in the villa
Santa Claus at 3:00pm (small presents can be reserved before 1 December)
Contact: +2.01003009695


Friday, 16 December

LayLaty Bazaar
Intercontinental Hotel City Stars Cairo in Nasr City
Al Montaza Ballroom
11:00am - 9:00pm

Photography, an opportunity to give to El Orman charity, home décor, fashion, accessories, makeup

Contact: +2.01006116374  or  +2.01286379055

Saturday, 17 December

Aid to Artisans Handmade in Egypt (USAID programme)
El Montaza Ballroom
10:30 am - 10:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel City Stars Cairo in Nasr City

Talented, creative designers in home décor, fashion, bean baggers, jewellery, etc. cupcakes, food and coffee lounge, kids zone, face painting, portrait and caricature sketchers and other activities.
Contact: +2.01277060500

Thursday, 8 December – Saturday 31 December

Eins-Egypt Christmas & New Year Shopping Bazaar

Maadi Overstock Gallery, New Maadi
Maadi Women’s Community Meet Up

Contact: +2.01223255195



If you know of another bazaar to be added to the list feel free to email artedalia.egypt[at]

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