Latest in Tag: travel Highlight
Latest in Tag: travel
CPJ MENA Programme issues statement condemning state’s practice of barring political activists from travelling
Zaki chose ”Embaba” in particular to symbolise low-income neighbourhoods in Egypt and to emphasis his ironic tone in his comparisons of Egypt to other countries, especially when discussing how he, an Egyptian, got by in Europe.
The EU Commission has recommended visa-free travel for the citizens of Georgia and Ukraine. But the abolition of visa requirements does not mean immediate unlimited travel.
Why did at least 15 people die on train rides in 2015?
Following Friday’s attacks, Paris is in a state of emergency, also in its cultural life. Places where crowds once stood are empty. Museums have closed their doors, and the Eiffel Tower’s elevator stands still. Paris, one of the most frequently visited cities in the world, seems to be holding its breath. People are shocked. Only …
In the lead-up to the Frankfurt Book Fair, DW’s Sabine Peschel has compiled a list of essential reads that go way beyond the touristic postcard, documenting social and political transformations abroad. Chigozie Obioma: ‘The Fisherman’ Welcome to the Nigerian town of Akure. The Omi-Ala was once a clean river, worshipped by the inhabitants of Akure …
Tourism ministry intensifies meetings with foreign companies to prepare for the winter season
It was the realisation of a dream from a childhood obsessed with trains: taking one of the world’s longest train rides, on the Trans Mongolian Express and Trans Siberian Railway.
Performances of sectors have suffered roller-coaster ride since the beginning of the year
Dollar increase against EGP leads to increase in food prices
Online ticket purchases amounted to $1.9bn in Egypt, e-commerce of travel and tourism sector valued at $870m in 2014
In the book, Foa’ad draws several scenes in five of the countries he had the chance to visit for the reader, their atmosphere, history, the way locals live, the local food and famous neighbourhoods.
Total number of abducted Christians in Libya has reached at least 20 in less than a week
British ambassador looks to provide support for Egyptians
For nine consecutive days, motorcyclists covered 2,950km across the country
Salva Kiir held closed talks with his Egyptian counterpart Saturday, with both countries signing several agreements on future cooperation
Questions remain whether enough is being done to make Egypt a top destination for travellers once more
The renovations involved architectural and structural work, as antiquities affected by a rise in the level of groundwater were repaired as part of an integrated project
University student to spend five months travelling over 8,000 kilometres by bicycle and film his journey
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry visits Ethiopia, after concluding European tour in Rome
A photographer raises money through her photos to help develop the community in Saint Catherine
Ireland follows in the footsteps of Denmark, Italy and Germany
German foreign ministry lifted travel warnings to Sharm El-Sheikh and South Sinai, which may push other European countries to do the same
Egyptian trucks held in Libya for several days in the latest incident of several faced by Egyptians in the country
Talks with Algerian counterpart expected before visit to Equatorial Guinea
The Salloum border crossing has been shut for trucks in both directions until further notice
Teenager cites fear of imprisonment on charges of torching a policeman’s car
17-year old student was earlier prevented from travelling pending investigation into the charge of torching a policeman’s car
Student, accused of torching a policeman’s car, was released from custody last week
By Rebecca Lister Dahab means gold in Arabic, but it seems that the resort should now be called lead. This once vibrant resort, formerly brimming with tourists and expats, is slowly dying and poverty is beckoning. Shops and restaurants are empty, dive centres closing daily, many hotels are standing empty – a ghost town in …