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A new protocol aims at helping touristic facilities adopt green energy practices
Zaazou said the average occupancy in the Red Sea and South Sinai is rising because travel bans have been lifted.
Project to involve developing an e-portal to display catalogue products reflecting Egypt’s heritage
Nabil Fahmy meets Chinese Vice President during his visit to the Asian country
Gazef plans adventures, not trips
Marketing campaigns abroad are generally unprofessional and do not improve the country’s ability to address tourists or study the target markets.
Egypt is the most difficult country for international movie production companies to obtain licenses for filming.
The Four Seasons Nile Plaza offers a spa experience like no other
Bella offers authentic Italian food that are exquisitely made
Sometimes, the greatest treasures lie in plain sight
“Minister of Tourism Hisham Zaazou will meet a Gulf delegation including a number of Gulf investors to discuss establishing a group of projects complementary to the hotel capacity in the Red Sea touristic cities.”
The CBE announced that it will extend the “Support Tourism” initiative until December 2014
There has been a major decline in the number of European tourists in Egypt
Graffiti might just become the new night spot to visit in Cairo
Beymen Cafe is a great place to have a light snack and nice conversation
Zitouni offers great view and setting for special occasions
Travelling to Siwa can be both an exciting and relaxing trip
Cypriot and Italian Ministries of Foreign Affairs issue new travel guidelines for travelling to Egypt
Old Cairo makes for a very interesting place, filled with photographic opportunities
We still try to regain key markets of Europe: Zazou
Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy is currently on a two-day visit to Spain
After the rush of eid, most hotels suffer from the lack of guests
Largest number of August tourists hail from Europe (74.7%) followed by 18.1% from Arab countries
There are more than beaches in Egypt; you just got to know where to look
“If it bleeds, it leads.” That news industry fundamental is Minister of Tourism Hisham Zaazou’s October 7 morning business challenge. The leading stories by news agencies all over the world about the clashes that erupted in Cairo and other parts of Egypt on 6 October, Armed Forces Day, make his job more difficult. The repeated …
Bahraini business acquires tour operator amid staggering tourism in Egypt
Hisham Zaazou says Egypt has lost a possible $1bn due to the crisis since July
Civil Aviation Minister Abdel Aziz Fadel stated that this move comes alongside efforts to further develop EgyptAir’s aircraft fleet.
Holland, Belgium and Czech Republic removed their travel alerts
The Ministry of Tourism has set aside $40m yearly for tourist promotion in a number of foreign markets, to be funded by the country’s Tourism Fund, created by the private sector.
There will be no progress, as long as we keep repeating the same mistakes, as long as hypocrisy and lies are the name of the game, as long as no real change happens. There will be no progress in the Tourism industry, as long as our government continues to believe that it is a “marketing” …