It’s a transmission station between the first line and the second line. Its importance is primarily based on its meeting point with railway Masr station. It also is an intermediate place for vital commercial places like El-sabtya, El-fagalah and El-gamhorya Street.
Anwer El-Sadat Station
It is a transmission station between the first and second lines and is considered the center of Cairo and meeting point for many vital facilities such Tahrir Complex and the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives as well as the The Egyptian Museum and Qasr El-nile Bridge.
Landmarks near Cairo Metro Stations
Al Shohadaa --- Ramses Square and Egyptian National Railways.
Sadat --- Tahrir Square, close to the Egyptian Museum and Qasr El-nile Bridge.
Attaba --- Convenient for Downtown.
Stadium--- Cairo International Stadium.
Bab Al Shaaria--- Closest to Islamic Cairo, on the north side.
Cairo University --- Close to Cairo University
Mansheyet Elsadr--- Close to Ain Shams University
Helwan University--- Close to Helwan University
Opera --- By the Cairo Opera House, closest to Zamalek and the Nile.
Giza --- Next to Giza train station, handy for buses to the Pyramids.
Mar Girgis --- In the middle of Coptic Cairo (Hanging Church), and Religions Collector.
Mohammed Naguib --- Close to Abdeen Palace.
Nasser --- 26th of July street and Court; closest to Downtown.
Helwan --- Japanese Garden, Start of the Highway to Upper Egypt.
Adly Mansour Station
It’s a transmission station includes a transportation complex with integrated services and a commercial zone on an area of 15 acres to exchange the service between five different means of transport: a metro station for the third line, an electric train station “Adly Mansour - the Administrative Capital - Tenth of Ramadan”, a railway station “Cairo - Suez” and a super Jet station, and finally BRT station to connect with Cairo International Airportwith