Feluccas in Luxor

A pyramid of your own

With tourism at a low, the advantages of visiting Egypt now are many, writes Michael Gebicki.

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Alone on the Nile

The Arab Spring badly affected tourism in Egypt but, there has never been a better time to visit.

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Open for business ... Avenue Habib Bourguiba in central Tunis feels safe again for tourists.

Sightseeing in a revolution

What do the upheavals of the Arab Spring mean for visitors? David Blair gives an overview of a rapidly changing region.

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No show - occupancy rates have dropped below 20 per cent in Sharm el-Sheikh.

Departing the Red Sea

Despite the civil unrest and the ousting of the Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, hoteliers in Egypt's Red Sea resorts say they are open for business.

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Pyramids, Egypt

Sacred sites still drawing in spiritualists

The Great Pyramid of Giza was one of the ancient wonders of the world, and even most travellers today would not consider a trip to Egypt complete without seeing the pyramids.

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'Morskie Oko' Lake in Tatra Mountains

Destinations that pack value

Travel in budget mode doesn't necessarily involve nights in shared dorms, fast food and backpacks.

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