World Tourism Organization chief visits Cairo museum, invites people to visit Egypt

Secretary-General of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Zurab Pololikashvili on Monday visited the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Cairo’s Fustat, as he embarked on an official visit to Egypt. Along with Tourism Minister Khaled El Enani, Pololikashvili, who earlier met with the president and prime minister separately, expressed admiration of the museum, saying it

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Egypt to resume Luxor, Aswan tourism activities in early September

Egypt is set to resume tourism activities in Luxor and Aswan in early September, the Supreme Committee for the Management of the Coronavirus Crisis, headed by Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly, has directed. The committee announced the move following a presentation by Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled El-Anani, on Thursday, on the situation of Luxor

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Over 100,000 visit Egypt’s Red Sea since inbound tourism resumes

Over 100,000 tourists have flown in to Egypt’s Red Sea resorts of Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh since the resumption of international tourism to Egypt on 1 July. The tourists came from Central and Eastern Europe countries; Belarus, Ukraine, Switzerland, Hungary, and Serbia. The South Sinai, Red Sea, and Matrouh governorates were reopened to international tourism

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Egypt’s Tutankhamun temporary exhibition to return back from London to Egypt

The temporary exhibition of King Tutankhamun entitled “Tutankhamun … Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh” will return back from London to Egypt. The exhibition moved to the British capital, London, in November 1, in its third stop after Paris and Los Angeles. The French and international news outlets reported that the temporary exhibition of King Tutankhamun

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All Incoming Passengers to Egypt Must Present Negative PCR Test for COVID-19

Egypt has announced new air travel restrictions and health regulations amid the continuing spread of coronavirus. Under the new regulations introduced by Egypt’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), all incoming passengers, including Egyptian citizens, are required to produce a PCR analysis to confirm that they are coronavirus-free, Al Arabiya reports. Under the new regulations, PCR tests

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