EGYPTIAN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS REOPENING TO BOOST TOURIST ARRIVALS

Denise Chen -
The Egyptian tourism authorities plan the reopening of two Pharaonic sites, the tomb of King Seti I and the tomb of Queen Nefertari. The two sites, both immensely popular tourist attractions in the an...

EGYPTIAN TOURISM GROWING THANKS TO EUROPEAN AND ARABIAN VISITORS

Chris Grad -
Egyptian tourism industry has a reason to rejoice. The authorities announced the positive numbers of the first trimester of 2017. 1.7 million tourists visited Egypt over that period which represents a...

EGYPT SIGNS $68M CONTRACT TO REVIVE TOURISM INDUSTRY

Joe McClain -
According to an Al-Monitor report, Ministry of Tourism in Egypt has announced that the country and J. Walter Thompson Co., a New York-based advertising agency, have entered into a three-year $68 milli...

Egyptian Tourism Suffers Hard Thanks to Attacks on Visitors

Gregory Dolgos -
It is a fact that Egypt is blessed with some alluring tourist sites; it is also a fact that Jihadists have a long winding history of striking these sites. Such acts do hurt the government by denying i ...

ITALIAN TOURISM ATTRACTIONS NEED BETTER WEBSITES

Pat Hyland -
Italian tourism sector has already made a major contribution to save the country from the recession of 2013-2014. According to statistics from the Bank of Italy, about 81.5 million tourists from abroa...
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