Moving in: Cairo.
Post Egypt is one of the oldest and most time-Egyptian institutions. Offices are marked in green and yellow. The main post office in Cairo is located at:
Address: Midan ATABA.
Opening hours: 7:00 – 19:00 Sat – Thurs, 7:00 – 12:00 Father and holidays.
Mail communication can be unreliable. Outgoing and incoming messages with other countries take from 4 to 21 days. Always use the registered mail facility to send anything of value. This process takes longer, but every step of the journey is recorded.
There are two types of mailboxes for international and domestic use. They are usually on the street, in pairs, painted in green and yellow.
Outgoing packages and large packages must be weighed for cost estimation. Some incoming parcels are subject to inspection and customs, and valuables will be charged fee is calculated.
Egypt zip codes differ from one city to another, and even within the same city. In Cairo, codes from 11511 to 11668.
The first number in the region.
The second of the province.
Third kind of services.
The last number refers to the delivery area or post office.
You can find the exact zip code wanted by the region at any post office.
Print to Arab countries costs 1.50 EGP. To send a message to another country, the postage stamp is worth 2 EGP.
Make changes on 4/12/2011.
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Moving in: Cairo.