Posts Tagged ‘ Egypt ’

Egyptian Travel Shifts to Mediterranean, India, and East Africa

Mar 5th, 2011 | By
Egyptian Travel Shifts to Mediterranean, India, and East Africa

The political chaos in Egypt has led many travelers to reroute their vacations to the Mediterranean, East Africa, and India, Travel Weekly reported Friday. Meanwhile some travelers are planning to postpone trips to Egypt until after the situation settles down, while others are already testing the waters. Central Holidays executive vice president of sales and
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Travel Warnings for Egypt

Jan 30th, 2011 | By
Travel Warnings for Egypt

Foreign governments are issuing warnings about traveling to Egypt. The week of anti-government protests against President Hosni Mubarak’s government has raged with more than 100 people killed. Many countries are encouraging their nationals to evacuate the country as soon as possible. The U.S. Embassy in Cairo is assisting those who want to leave, arranging for
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Travelling to Alexandria, Egypt

Sep 22nd, 2010 | By
Travelling to Alexandria, Egypt

Do you want Travel to Alexandria? Alexandria is the second largest city in Egypt. It began in 332 BC, when Alexander the Great  founded the capital of his huge empire with the construction of the first city buildings, which was only finished half a century later by Ptolemy II Philadelphians (285246 BC). From this time
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