Egyptian Archaeological sites
The Egyptian archaeological sites and museums witnessed a great turnout of visitors, Wednesday,
The decision comes in celebration of World Tourism Day and the 200th anniversary of the emergence of Egyptology.
During the Eid al-Adha holidays, many archaeological sites and museums across Egypt witnessed a high turnout of Egyptian and foreign visitors.
It is absolutely safe to travel to Egypt and enjoy its various touristic cities and archaeological sites.
During the past three days, guests of Egypt, including ministers, officials and public figures from a number of countries, visited the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled El-Enani held a meeting to discuss ways to develop visitor services at archaeological sites and museums nationwide.
During the meeting, Enani welcomed the delegation, stressing that Egypt is an ideal destination for those looking for a safe and enjoyable travel experience throughout the year.
Enani emphasized the importance of revamping tourism services as it has a great effect on the overall experience of visitors.
Egypt is implementing all hygiene and safety measures for its visitors.
The World Heritage Committee of the United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has included the Egyptian Museum in its tentative list of World Heritage sites.
Numerous historic sites have been recently developed and restored in Egypt.
This comes in line with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities’ support to provide the necessary aid to the tourism sector and its workers, especially in light of the mitigation of the economic impacts resulting from the global pandemic.
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism & Antiquities Khaled el-Anani is keen to wear a face-mask while inspecting archaeological sites and museums around the country.
The Film Irish production company to film a documentary on Egyptian archaeological sites.