Introductory trip for Italian tourists
Egyptian tourist agency in Italy is organizing an introductory trip to Egypt for an Italian delegation consisting of 45 members on October 27 to November 3. The delegation includes Italian journalists, directors of big companies and tour operators.
Head of an Egyptian agency in Italy, Mohamed Abdel Gabar, said this introductory trip is organized in cooperation with Egypt Air and Egypt tourism companies and agencies.
There are plans to invite head of Italian tourist companies and important celebrities to the trip.
The trip program includes a Nile Cruise to Luxor and Aswan to visit archaeological touristic sites, followed by a visit to Cairo and a press conference for Egyptian and Italian media and journalists.
Abdel Gabar confirmed the trip aims to increase Italian tourism in Egypt and announce how Egypt is secure, safe and ready to receive tourists.
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