The British news website of the well known newspaper, Daily Mail, published a press report highlighting Egypt’s competitive edge as a tourist destination.
The report indicated that the Egyptian government is encouraging and facilitating one-month stays in hotels nationwide.
The Daily Mail report stated that Britons fed up with typically miserable winter weather and that they could spend a month basking in the Egyptian sun for almost the same cost as living at home.
Daily Mail added that because of its low cost of living, Egypt has now become a popular long-stay winter destination, according to Experience Egypt.
There are direct flights to Hurghada from London, Bristol, Manchester, Newcastle, and Birmingham, as well as flights to Sharm El-Sheikh from London, Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, and Glasgow.
Amr El-Kady, CEO of the Egyptian Tourism Authority, said: 'Egypt is always happy to welcome travellers from Europe. We are doing our best to make the stay as effortless and affordable as possible. This winter season, we invite you to spend the cold months under the kind Egyptian sun, saving the budget and filling life with fantastic new experiences.'