Elevate Your Egypt Experience: Pyramids and Grand Museum to Add 1,500 Rooms for Tourists!

  • The Egyptian Cabinet refuted claims of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square, Cairo, shutting down concurrently with the inauguration of the Grand Egyptian Museum

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly has declared that the Al-Ahram region real estate expansion plan in Egypt will introduce 1,500 additional hotel rooms to accommodate tourists visiting the Grand Museum and pyramids.

This idea originated in 2015, and now, with the cooperation of the private sector, the plan is finally coming to fruition.

The Prime Minister guaranteed the project will have complete support from the state, and that his office will handle any associated requests, problems, or obstacles.

On a separate note, the Egyptian Cabinet denied rumors of the Egyptian Museum located in Cairo’s Tahrir Square closing down, concurrent with the Grand Egyptian Museum’s opening.

According to the media center of the Council of Ministers, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has refuted the allegations.

The Egyptian Museum has been officially accredited on the list of Islamic World Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization heritage sites, as well as the UNESCO preliminary list.

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