Middle Eastern country tourism ministers recently considered the importance of tourism’s labour market performance.
H.E. Shaikh Khaled bin Humood Al Khalifa, CEO, Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA), recently headed Bahrain’s delegation at 44th Meeting of World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Commission for the Middle East.
AFTER A SUCCESSFUL YEAR IN TERMS OF TOURISM, THE CULTURE AND LEISURE SECTORS ARE STILL THE MOST POPULAR REASONS WHY TOURISTS CHOOSE EGYPT AS A DESTINATION.
TIME Hotels revealed plans to open six new properties across the Middle East by the end of 2020.
The European Union (EU) adopted a multiannual framework defining the priorities for the financial and technical cooperation with Egypt from this year until 2020, with a focus on youth and women.
Thomas Cook unveiled plans to run flights from UK to Egypt due to an increase in demand from British customers who see the country again as an attractive and safe holiday destination.
Adding to this year’s rich portfolio of Egyptian archaeological discoveries, Egypt Tourism reported new burial chamber found within the Draa El-Naga necropolis, near the Valley of the Kings.
Following a seven-year renovation plan, Rommel’s Cave Museum in Mersa Matruh has recently opened its doors to visitors.
Egypt has been named as the second fastest growing tourism destination this year, having welcomed 5.26 million visitors to date, a 51 percent jump year-on-year.