‘The Times’ selects Egypt among prominent tourist spots that are considered affordable

The Times website chose Egypt as a tourist destination among another seven destinations in which a tourist can spend an enjoyable vacation during the summer at an appropriate cost.

The website of the famous British newspaper, The Times, published a report in which it said that the Egyptian touristic destination were one of  seven tourist destinations in which a tourist can spend an enjoyable vacation during the summer at an affordable cost, according to the “Holiday Costs Barometer”, which is based on measuring eight different aspects of tourism spending.

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The report pointed out that in addition to the unique elements that the Egyptian destination boasts, there are many other reasons that encourage tourists to visit Egypt: including the tourist and archaeological sites in Luxor and Aswan, and the city of Hurghada overlooking the Red Sea, which is characterized by its picturesque landscapes, warm sunny beaches and clear waters.

A major tourist attraction for Egypt has always been the Red Sea with its various marine activities abd life, including diving and watching rare coral reefs and various colorful fish, according to The Times.

Source: https://www.egyptindependent.com/the-times-selects-egypt-among-prominent-tourist-spots-that-are-considered-affordable/



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