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9.5 million tourists visited Egypt in 2013, according to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics
The Ministry of Tourism turned lights off at major monuments around the country
Refai said Egypt is a prime tourism destination and the sector will overcome the challenges it faces
Movement holds governor responsible for damage caused by sewage leakage to antiquities in Luxor
The Ministry is developing different initiatives aiming to return tourism to pre-2011 levels
I reflect on the city and how we see it, how we experience it and how we relate to it
Two incidents of sexual assault on tourists occurred in March, both in Sharm El-Sheikh
While the opinion of others used to be important these days nobody seems to care
Two Sharm El-Sheikh hotel licences revoked, suggestion of a “black list” for people involved in harassment cases
Egypt’s tourism, a main source of income, has suffered dramatically since the ouster of Hosni Mubarak in 2011 due to political instability.
The North African country hopes to welcome 7 million tourists this year, a slight increase on the 6.9 million who visited in 2010 before the revolution that ousted a decades-old dictatorship and unleashed outbreaks of Islamist violence that damaged Tunisia’s reputation.
I reflect on the city. The city and how we see it, how we experience it and how we relate to it
2.4 million Russian tourists visited Egypt in 2013 and spent 23.7m tourist nights
Almasria Universal Airlines to buy Airbus 320; Nesma Airlines to launch new flights to Germany, Italy
Ministry aims to receive 1 million Indian tourists by 2017
The beach is full of Kenyans, but few foreigners.
Hisham Zaazou says he will coordinate with the Minister of Civil Aviation to decrease flight costs and cut exit fees
Tourists spent around 8,888,058 nights during January, statistics agency says
Holidaymakers are spending more on their vacations, going for higher-quality or more frequent trips abroad.
The study states that about 140 UNESCO heritage sites are at risk of flooding in 2000 years
60 cars will transport 200 Chinese tourists across the country
The expedition will retrace the footsteps of Prince Kamal El Din Hussein who first discovered the Gilf Kebir Plateau
Hisham Zaazou hopes to clarify Egypt’s security situation and encourage tourists to return
The bi-annual festival marks important dates in the life of Ramses II
The international human rights group issues a statement calling for a “speedy and effective” investigation
70 companies have been inspected since January, tourism agencies department chief says
Tour operators had been nursing hopes of better days after a dire 2013, when the ousting of former president Mohamed Morsi and the killing of hundreds of his supporters tipped the sector back into crisis.
The biannual festival draws visitors from all over Egypt
“Unidentified” human remains found at blast site as Sinai militant group claims targeting of tourists is part of “economic war” against government
Following issues with the lease of the tower employees stage a protest to object lack of employment