Khaled El Enany
This initiative included the allocation of EGP 50 billion to revamp hotels, tourism institutions and the fleets of tourism transport, as well as a sum of EGP 3 billion to fund wages and maintenance costs.
A number of decisions were taken to develop the services presented to visitors heading to museums and archaeological sites, raise tourism and archaeological awareness among the Egyptian people and stimulate the movement of cultural tourism.
The Minister of Tourism & Antiquities wished success to the Steering Committee in carrying out its tasks and responsibilities in the coming period.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities released a video of the restoration work of the dome of the shrine of Imam Al-Shafei, which was inaugurated on World Heritage Day on April 18.
Fourteen of the Royal Mummies were placed in two display boxes in NMEC's Mummies Hall, in preparation for receiving visitors on World Heritage Day which falls on April 18, 2021.
The convention aimed to discuss strengthening means of cooperation between Egypt and the European Union in the fields of archaeological and tourism work.
During the meeting, they discussed the possibility of organizing a celebration marking the 40th anniversary of the rescue of the Philae Temple in Aswan and printing a book narrating the rescue operation that took place.
Saied affirmed the depth of cultural relations between Egypt and Tunisia, being a vital and effective bridge to achieve constructive communication between the people of both countries.
The honoring took place in Cairo Opera’s Grand Theater in the presence of Magdy Saber, president of the Egyptian Opera House.
Under the title "Royal Mummies Parade", Ain Shams University organized a symposium to celebrate the Pharaohs’ Golden Parade held on April 3, as part of the activities of the university's 9th Scientific Conference.
On April 8, Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el- Enany visited the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization days after its opening. He met with tourists from the Czech Republic.
Enany stated that this procession will be as unique as the Golden Pharaohs’ Parade held on April 3, where 22 royal ancient Egyptian mummies were transferred from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir has dazzled the world since 1902. Work is now underway to develop it in cooperation with the European Union.
Until April 17, 2021, a 50-percent discount on the ticket price of the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization is granted to Egyptians and foreigners.
The ministry indicated that the archaeological discovery will have a wide impact due to its uniqueness.
The visit included a quick tour, during which the Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, the Governor of Alexandria and the Director-General of UNESCO checked out a number of archaeological and tourist sites in the city.
Through the website, visitors can book entry tickets at the comfort of their homes, look at various artifacts and a lot more! The website is a digital window to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.
22 kings from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir will be heading to their permanent residence in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fostat.
Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly chaired the meeting of the Ministerial Committee for Tourism and Antiquities, in the presence of Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Anany, Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem, and Minister of Finance Mohamed Maait.
Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Enany agreed to grant a 50 percent reduction on the price of entry tickets to Egyptians and foreigners for a period of two weeks, from April 4 to 17.