Egypt's newest tourism attraction? Tahrir Square.
From this article
in the New York Times:
"Many tourist sites in and around Cairo are open again — from the pyramids to the Khan el-Khalili souk to the Egyptian Antiquities Museum. But these days the most sought-after photo is not one of Tutankhamen’s mask but of Tahrir (Liberation) Square, a mammoth traffic circle the world had stared at for three weeks on television. Named after Egypt’s 1919 liberation from the British, Tahrir Square is a top destination for many of the Western tourists who have begun trickling into Egypt in recent days."
Travel is making a slow but steady recovery in Egypt
, tour operators are saying. Do you have plans to travel to Egypt soon? Let us know.