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The legendary land of the Pharaohs and its present-day Muslim and Coptic cultures offer one of the world's most iconic travel experiences. And there's a lot to like pricewise, too!

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Comment by PreciseTours.com on October 4, 2013 at 6:22am

Get away with family, friends and celebrate EID Al-Adha in Istanbul.

http://precisetours.com/itinerary/2013-Eid-al-Adha-Break-in-Istanbu...

2013 Eid al Adha 6 day break in Istanbul. Very flexible tour package offers 3, 4, 5 and luxury accommodation options, full day halal tours to top attractions in the city, such as the Sultanahmet Square, Hagia Sophia Museum, Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Grand Bazaar, Topkapi Palace, Dolmabahce Palace, Camlica Hill, Princes Islands and Green Bursa as well as a celebration cruise on Bosphorus with dinner, traditional shows and a lot of fun!

Comment by Donna Esposito on July 10, 2013 at 7:20am

My mother and sister went to Egypt ten years ago when Mubaruk was strongly in power but even then it was not a safe place to visit. They could not walk around Cairo without their guide. 

Comment by Dale Ann Leatherman on July 8, 2013 at 3:23pm

I was in Egypt in October 2012 when locals were still hopeful about Morsy. Cruising the Nile on the Sonesta Star Goddess was wonderful. We stayed in Cairo a few days to visit the pyramids, museum and other historic sites--and felt perfectly safe. Tourism was just bouncing back. I managed to get two articles published before the unrest began again. I feel so sorry for the locals who depend on tourism--and, like Ed, I fear for the historic treeasures if the radicals have their way.

Comment by Sofie Couwenbergh on January 18, 2013 at 5:05am

7 years ago I went to Egypt with my parents and brother... and almost got sold for some camels!

Comment by Ed Wetschler on November 13, 2012 at 9:32am

Yesterday Egyptian Jihadist Al-Gohary called for the destruction of the pyramids and other pagan monuments. What will Egypt be like five years from now? 

Comment by Conny on May 30, 2012 at 12:37pm


www.thewico.com

Holiday apartments in Sharm el Sheikh for rent

Holiday accomodations near to the beach in Hadaba, Sharm el Sheikh at Red Sea Riviera in Egypt.
1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments with sea view balconies and modern air condition in all rooms. The apartments are fully equipped with SAT TV, CD-Player, kitchen area with cooking plates / oven, refrigerator, water cooker.
The beach is only 3 minutes walking distance.
Shopping and bus stop is also nearby.
Airport transfer can be arranged.
Arrival and depature daily possible.

- Prices:
- 30 Euro per day for single person
- 40 Euro per day for 2 person

All details and pictures on my website: http://rental.thewico.com
or send an email to: ssh@thewico.com

Comment by Northeast News on February 4, 2012 at 8:06am

The kidnapped tourists in Egypt have been released, yet I wonder: With all this unrest, how can Egypt's tourism recover?

Comment by Tripatini on December 16, 2011 at 10:58am

Hello, all!  A fellow Tripatini member is looking for practical advice and tips re travel in Egypt and also beach resorts. If you'd like to help, please reply not on this wall but at this link to our Ask A Travel Expert forum.

لف شكر  alf šukr!

Comment by Ahmed Khattab on December 5, 2011 at 1:05pm

hi David

let me tell you that the muslims said that they will prevent selling alcohol in public places and they will let the tourist to get his alcoholic drinks with him without any problems and as for the  bikinis and beaches they said they can not prevent any one of wearing the bikini but the most important thing is that the tourists who love Egypt because of it's attraction and beauty will not care about who is ruling and they will apply the rules because they are coming to experience Egypt and they know quite well that Egypt is not a place only for alcohol and bikini but Egypt is a place with a great value

Comment by David Paul Appell on December 5, 2011 at 8:00am

Are any of you Egypt tourism professionals concerned that Muslims and Salafists taking over may lead to extremist measures as in Saudi Arabia and Iran (no alcohol, no bikinis on beaches) that may drive more tourists away?

 

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