Italian artist Enora Bigliadrito to join Our Hearts League
EGYPT Head of an Egyptian tourism office in Rome Mohamed Abdul Gabar today announced that famous Italian actress Enora Bigliardri and head of the Italian Tourism Companies Union Cinzia Renzi welcomed Egypt into the Our Hearts League.
The Egyptian office invited them to participate in the introductory trip to Egypt.
The trip will include stops at Luxor, Aswan, Kharga and Cairo. It will last for seven days and will begin on November 3.
The trip confirms good relations between the Egyptian office in Italy and tourist field officers in Italy who welcomed joining the League, Gabar said.
The trip aims to increase Italian tourism in Egypt, he added.
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