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Caesar Augustus sent the obelisks from Heliopolis to Alexandria, from where they were moved to Rome, Paris and New York. This was the beginning of the looting of the ancient site of Heliopolis, a process that has continued to this day.
The committee plans on meeting monthly to improve conditions of existing World Heritage Sites and to put forward new candidates
The hotel group strikes a deal with Al-Faisal to operate Hilton Alexandria Corniche for 25 years
The ministry explained that the project would be focused on Islamic and Coptic Cairo
Latest reports indicate increase in Saudi tourism in Egypt
Visa’s latest study reveals that 17% of travelers from the Middle East & Africa (MEA) choose Egypt as their top travel destination
The Holding Company for Tourism, Hotels and Cinema asks the National Bank of Egypt, Banque Misr and NSGB to contribute to Tahrir Development Project
The state of looting in Abu Sir Al-Maleq in Beni Suef has reached an alarming level
A few months ago we reviewed the Baalbak restaurant in the Sonesta Cairo Hotel, Tower and Casino, and unfortunately our experience left a lot to be desired. The management of the hotel invited us to return to Baalbak for another review, assuring us that the first experience was in no way representative of the restaurant’s quality. And so we went, and here’s what happened.
Mazaj offers tasty dishes from around the region
Sabaya in the Semiramis offers an extensive menu of great mezzes, recommended seafood and delectable desserts
Cairo has a lot to offer on summer days, so here are few activities to offer fun in the sun, even when city-bound.
Egyptian NGO protects the resources of and around the Red Sea
Perhaps only a handful of places in Cairo can hope to match Saraya’s décor, service and quality
Roy’s Country Kitchen provides a great atmosphere for a good dining experience.
The 25 year old restaurant, recently renewed by Sofitel Al-Gezira, serves one of the best charcoal-grilled meals in town
Occupancy rates of floating hotels in the Nile have failed to exceed 30% due to failed security measures
Nasser Museum hopes to become a major tourist attraction.
A seaside town providing for all your holiday needs
Tourism, Antiquities and the Hotels Chamber sign a memorandum to support construction of the third stage of development of the Egyptian museum
Hotels expect losses due to electricity cuts this summer due to damage to equipment and expensive alternatives
Additional earnings losses of up to 20% are expected for hotels by November
Every year millions of Muslims go on a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia to visit the cities of Mecca and Medina. The visit to the holy places that lay at the centre of the Muslim faith is a highlight in their spiritual life.
A variety of delectable Asian dishes is served in one of Cairo’s landmark hotels
“the gateway to sushi and self-discovery”
If you have never had Moroccan food before, dining out in La Palmeraie is a good place to start
Omar Samra shares what drives him and inspires others
A weekend drive near Fayoum spanning 230 km of desert and 30 million years of history
The recent hot air balloon accident forced the government to halt its services
Kuwaiti Arab Development Fund a prominent attendee