During the participation of Ahmed Issa, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, today, in the opening of a number of archaeological sites in the ancient region of Egypt, after the completion of their restoration and maintenance projects, the minister met with a number of tourists of different nationalities during their visit to the Complex of Religions in it, and who were keen to talk and take memorial photos with him.
The minister welcomed them, expressing his wishes for an enjoyable visit and a distinguished tourism experience in Egypt, stressing that Egypt welcomes all its guests from different countries of the world.
During his speech, he also reviewed the distinction of the Egyptian tourist destination with many styles, products, and tourist and archaeological ingredients that can be enjoyed during a single visit.
He also expressed his hope that they would convey their experience during their visit to Egypt to their friends and families and encourage them to visit it.
Tourists express their enjoyment of visiting Egypt
For their part, these tourists expressed their enjoyment of visiting Egypt and its tourist and archaeological sites, especially their visit yesterday to the Giza Pyramids area and their completion today to visit the rest of Cairo’s cultural landmarks, indicating their desire to visit Egypt again next year, especially after the opening of the Grand Egyptian Museum.
It is worth noting that Prime Minister Dr. Mostafa Madbouly had inaugurated, this morning, the tower of the socket of the Magry Al-Oyoun wall, the Babylon Fortress and the Jewish Ben Ezra Temple after the completion of their restoration project, in the presence of Ahmed Issa, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Major General Hisham Amna, Minister of Local Development, and Major General Khaled Abdel-Al. Cairo governor.
And in context Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, said that the government is keen to include archaeological areas on the map of tourist destinations, adding: “The Minister of Tourism and Antiquities promised me that the areas that have been restored and developed will be included in the visit programs for tourists, in addition to opening them for Egyptians to learn about the history of their country.” .a