Cairo for single women travellers
As a female traveller in Egypt I got a lot of attention ('Hello, where are you from? You alone? Do you have a boyfriend? So pretty!' etc). However I never felt unsafe. Tourism in Egypt has dropped since 2011 so people here are just anxious for business and sometimes get pushy. Bargain! It is easy to get ripped off if you do not bargain, often the first price is not the final price. Be aware of what a taxi fare or product is actually worth, but expect to pay a little more than a local would.
Insider Tip:Eat the local food! Egypt has plenty of tasty, cheap local food options. It is a great way to meet locals and to get an insight into their lives. Obviously you have to be aware of local hygiene standards (eg. sometimes salad will be washed with tap water instead of bottled water) but most of the time if they have an English menu, it will be safe enough. I tried pigeon (which was OK) and camel (yummy!)