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Tourism Ministry will launch three-year international promotional campaign later this year aiming to attract more tourists to Egypt
Success of Golden Parade created passion for many, not only to visit National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, but to visit Egypt, says Tourism Minister
Arab market is important for Egyptian tourism, representing over 20% of Egypt’s pre-COVID-19 inbound tourism, says Tourism Minister
Tombs date back to Old Kingdom, Ptolemaic era
Shrine consists of roof decorated with winged sun disc, eight birds placed under Pharaoh’s titles
Nuweiba, 476km from Cairo, is a perfect fit for someone who is travelling on a budget. In the area between Nuweiba and Taba lies Ras Shitan, where you can find modest beach camps along the shore. These camps are beacons of simplicity, only having the bear minimum in terms of luxury, yet they provide the ultimate experience if you just want to relax on the beach with a book and tan, live an underwater diving fantasy in the Red Sea, or explore a hiking trail with breath-taking views
Outlook for region’s tourism remains bleak, with 5 tourism-dependent MENA economies to suffer much longer from negative impacts of pandemic
The latest data by the company was published in its latest Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Hotels Forecast.
Italian market is one of Egypt’s most important tourism export markets, says ETPB’s Maged Abu Sedira
Extension aims to encourage domestic tourism, coincides with holidays, summer vacations period
The once-in-a-lifetime trip comes after Gloria Vitale’s son, Dustin, raised money to take her on her dream trip to Egypt, following her diagnosis with terminal cancer.
207 hotels, 50 tourist establishments were examined in Red Sea, South Sinai governorates
Two historic pieces had been smuggled into Italy and were seized in Genoa region
Unearthed tombs date to three different civilisations
Direct flights resumed between Egypt, Russia, particularly to Red Sea cities of Hurghada, Sharm El-Sheikh
Russian move will be definite catalyst for other countries to follow suit, say stakeholders
Vaccination of tourism sector workers against COVID-19 is in full swing: Tourism Minister
Wooden shrine was discovered among Tutankhamun’s treasures in his tomb on Luxor’s West Bank in November 1922
All modifications that I wanted in antiquities law were put forward to take into account theft of artefacts, which is considered crime rather than misdemeanour, says famed Egyptologist
All royal mummies transported to new museum are now placed in display boxes
Both sides to celebrate 40th anniversary of saving Philae Temple
Parts of ship were found during excavations in 1994 by US Naval Archeology Center expedition
Hurghada, Sharm El-Sheikh will witness y-o-y hike in occupancy rates of 57% and 50%, respectively
Ancient city was built during reign of Amenhotep III, who ruled Egypt from 1391 to 1353 B.C.
Museum serves as cultural beacon in heart of Cairo, witness to Egyptian civilisation
The library’s Zahi Hawass Center for Egyptology will make the announcement, in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, in the Habo area of Luxor.
Global Travel, Tourism sector suffered $4.5trn in losses in 2020 due to COVID-19: WTTC
No sound is louder than the sound of the Royal Mummies parade procession, says Tourism Minister Khaled El-Anani
It has prepared the Facebook frame to promote the legendary event, which can be add to a user’s Facebook profile by simply tapping the profile picture, and then tapping ‘Add Frame’. The frame can be found by searching for the Egypt Pharaohs’ Golden Parade.
The three hour long Royal Mummies Parade is set to start at 6 pm Cairo time, on Saturday, and will see 22 royal mummies transferred to their new home.