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Send beautiful fresh flowers anywhere in Cairo

Birthday flowers by international delivery

FloraQueen makes sending birthday flowers as easy as 1-2-3!

New Baby Flowers Delivery

Congratulate them on the best gift they will ever receive.

Congratulations Flowers

After overcoming a challenge, sending flowers is the best way to say “well done”.

Send Roses and Rose Bouquets

Nothing is nearly as romantic as a bouquet of roses. Red roses represent love and passion; pink stands for romance and femininity; yellow roses express friendship and joy; white roses signify purity and respect; and orange roses, warmth and happiness.

Send flowers to Cairo


Considering how long the Ancient Egyptian civilization prospered, it is surprising that Cairo itself is 'only' a little over a thousand years old. It was constructed by the Fatimid dynasty as a new capital in the area of an existing settlement with Roman origins. Many tourists base themselves in the city when exploring Egypt's ancient history - a world of Pharaohs and slaves, strange gods and great pyramids. Visitors can admire the mosques, the markets and the museums of this teeming metropolis and travel further afield to witness the world of the ancient Egyptians, such as the Pyramids of Giza and the Temple of Luxor.

Cairo is by far the biggest city in Egypt and it sits in the centre of one of the most populous urban areas in the world. Surely, then, anyone there would love a beautiful bouquet of flowers to make themselves feel special and to stand out from the crowd! The national flower of Egypt is the water lily, which grows on the mighty River Nile. However, if you want to arrange a flower delivery to Cairo, you can't go wrong with FloraQueen. It makes the ideal gift for a whole host of situations. Why not send flowers worldwide today?

Send flowers to our most popular cities

We deliver to all cities, towns, and villages Egypt

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