A Stroll on New Nile-Side Mamsha Al Misr Will Now Cost EGP E20
The entrance fee will be used to continuously maintain Mamsha Ahl Misr and ensure that it provides a high quality experience for its visitors by the Nile river.
Mamsha Ahl Misr - the newly opened promenade along the Nile Corniche between Cairo's May 15 Bridge and Imbaba Bridge - will include a EGP 20 entrance fee to access the lower part of the walkway.
Managed and operated by Counsel Masters and developed by City Edge Developments under the supervision of the Ministry of Housing’s New Urban Communities Authority, Mamsha Ahl Misr has been generating a lot of buzz due to its selection of cafes and restaurants, its Insta-worthy statues, and its exciting lifestyle events right by one of the most iconic rivers in the world.
The entrance fee will be used to continuously maintain the promenade and ensure that it provides a high quality experience for its visitors. Access to the upper section of the promenade will remain completely free of charge in the meanwhile.