You can find on this page the Cairo trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Cairo trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Cairo in Egypt.
Cairo hosts a main train station, the Ramsès Station, where some 3.2 million passengers transit every day. It is also known to be the final stop for the train line connecting Cairo to Alexandria as you can see in Cairo train map. Another secondary station is found at Giza.

Cairo rail map

Map of Cairo trains

The Cairo rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Cairo trains. This railway map of Cairo will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Cairo in Egypt. The Cairo rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Rail service is available between Cairo and all areas of the Nile River Valley as its shown in Cairo rail map. An air-conditioned nonstop express train, the turbino, makes three trips daily between Cairo and Alexandria. Cairo main railway station is located at Maydan Ramsis. Several bus companies offer inter-city bus service between Cairo and Alexandria, the Nile Valley, the Red Sea, Sinai Peninsula, the Suez Canal, and other destinations. There is nonstop bus service between Cairo and Alexandria, and buses run between Cairo and all major towns.

Cairo is extensively connected to other Egyptian cities and villages by rail operated by the Egyptian National Railways. Cairo main railway station - Ramses Station (Mahattat Ramses) is located on Midan Ramses as its mentioned in Cairo rail map. Passengers and cargo will soon be able to shoot through the Egyptian desert aboard a high-speed train, in a first for the country. The high-speed and electrified main rail line will connect Cairo to the New Administrative Capital and surrounding new cities.

The monorail project will include a 54km line connecting the New Administrative City with East Cairo and a second 42km line connecting 6th of October City with Giza. Cairo Monorail New Administrative Capital line will feature 21 stations while the 6th of October City line will have 12 stations (see Cairo rail map). The New Administrative Capital line will extend from the stadium, connecting Hisham Barakat, Nouri Khattab, the 7th District, Free Zone, Marshal Tantawy, Cairo Festival, El Choueifat, Air Hospital, Narjis District, Mohammed Naguib, American University, Emaar, Nafoura Square, Al Barwa, Middle Ring Road, Mohammed Bin Zayed, Regional Ring Road, Almasa Hotel, Ministries (Al Wezarat) District, and Administrative Capital.