Latest in Tag: Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities Highlight
Latest in Tag: Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, represented by the tourism activities sector and internal offices, announced that 180 bazaars across Egypt, particularly in the Red Sea area, acquired tourism business licences in 2020. The tourism activities sector and internal offices ensure that bazaars selling tourism products obtain a licence from the Ministry of Tourism and …
The Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) will feature over 50,000 artefacts from Ancient Egypt, including full collection of King Tutankhamun
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled Al-Anani met with Satya Anand, President for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at Marriott International, to discuss establishing three- and four-star hotels in Egypt’s new tourist cities.
Egypt has inaugurated the first points of the Holy Family trail, after the completion of EGP 7.5m development works in Samannoud city, Gharbeya governorate.
Egypt’s tourism revenues in 2020 slumped 70% year-on-year (y-o-y) to record $4bn due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, down from $13.03bn in 2019, according to Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled Al-Anani. Reuters quoted Al-Anani as saying that a total of 3.5 million tourists visited Egypt in 2020, compared to 13.1 million in 2019. …
Minister said that Sub-Accounts Unit is useful in developing realistic estimates relating to size of tourism activity and setting the necessary forecasts
A total of 74% of visitors in Luxor are predominantly domestic with Egyptians keen to explore the history and civilisation of their country, according to Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khlaed Al-Anani.
The tomb of Ramses I has been reopened, after the completion of restoration work on its interior.
Statues are located in the southern side of the Karnak Temple first courtyard, there had originally been 33 before the transfer of 4 rams to Tahrir Square
50% discount on entry tickets, available to Egyptians, at museums and archaeological sites
Egypt’s tourism sector has seen the opening of 16 new hotels despite the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, according to an end-of-year report by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.