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2021 is expected to witness huge archaeological and tourism-related events, foremost of which is inauguration of Grand Egyptian Museum
Assistant Minister for Archaeological Sites Development confirms new system will be implemented in 30 museums, archaeological sites
Rock-cut tombs discovered were popular in Egypt’s Greco-Roman era
Marketing, communications plans that target new segments, meet evolving needs of today’s travellers must be put in place: EJB
Amendments would help tourism firms improve their performance to keep pace with recent trends in industry
Platform will contribute to reducing prices of Umrah trips
Minister of Tourism and Antiquities follows up on preparations for new museum’s opening
In best-case scenario, Travel & Tourism’s contribution to global GDP will fall 17% to $7.4trn compared to 2019 figures: WTTC
Sector needs further integration of health, hygiene standards through managerial engagement
Cairo Eye project to be halfly self-financed and constructed over two years
Hotel brings exquisite design and signature butler service to bustling metropolis
The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has leant further support to the 2021 World Men’s Handball Championship, currently being hosted by Egypt hosts, by gifting souvenirs and promotional materials to the participating teams.
Spanish Prime Minister confirms his country’s willingness to strengthen cooperation with Egypt in tourism
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquitites Khaled Al-Anani has attended the opening session for the 113th United Nations World Tourism Organization’s (UNWTO) Executive Council.
The organisation’s session is taking place in Madrid, during which it will discuss resumption of tourism
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has donated a 19th Century postal delivery vehicle to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. The vehicle, which was brought into use in 1870, was used for transporting postal items, and was among the artefacts housed by the Royal Vehicles Museum. The vehicle will now join the Egyptian …
Issues related to precautionary measures, next steps to resume tourism were discussed
Tourism Ministry undertakes conservation work on last temple built in classic Ancient Egyptian style
Palace offers rare tranquillity and green space against backdrop of busy Cairo Downtown
Egypt officially reopens its airspace to Qatari aircraft last Tuesday
Website highlights country’s cultural richness, history and ambitious visions for future
The Egypt Air office in Paris announced, on Sunday, that all Egyptians wishing to travel to France will be required to submit a medical certificate for the coronavirus (COVID-19), and that they have tested negative. The office also said that all travellers above 17 years of age must conduct a recent PCR test before travelling …
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled Al-Anani met with about 30 investors and hotel managers in Aswan governorate and representatives of the Egyptian Tourism Federation to discuss the conditions of Egypt tourism sector.
Discovery of burial wells, coffins, mummies dating to New Kingdom in 3000 BC
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled Al-Anani joined the Aswan Governor, Ashraf Attia, to inaugurate the Temple of Isis in the governorate. The inauguration comes after the temple’s restoration and the completion of developments to make its tourism services more efficient. Also in attendance at the inauguration were: Mostafa Waziri, Secretary General of the …
The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) Governor, Tarek Amer, has held a high-level ministerial meeting to discuss methods of supporting the tourism sector during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Aviation fuel price reaches 15 cents per gallon
Package aims to promote tourism sector’s resilience, sustainability, and inclusive growth
Egypt in top five list of destinations Canada, Disney World, Dubai, and Antarctica
Atef Moftah, General Supervisor of the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), said that 97% of the museum has been completed, compared to the 2016 figure of 17%.