Khaled El-Enani, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, briefed on the latest preparations for the massive opening of the Rams Road in Luxor in the next few days.
This event aims to promote tourism in Luxor and highlight the diversity of the city.
Earlier, Egypt announced that a celebration will take place on November 25 to mark the reopening of the 2,700-meter Sphinx Avenue (or Rams Road), the road that connects Karnak and Luxor Temples, in eastern Luxor.
Comparing the event to the Golden Pharaoh Parade held in April, El-Enani said the opening of the avenue would be huge, as if it were another parade.
The Minister explained that this holiday will highlight and shed more light on the tourist and archaeological elements of Luxor, in addition to the development and modernization of infrastructure, the development and improvement of the Corniche, its streets and squares, and restoration projects.
During his visit to Luxor, the Minister inspected the city’s tourism market, during which he inspected the ongoing development work, as well as the Luxor Temple, to learn about the latest preparations for the event.
While touring the market, he also met with several bazaar owners and their employees to check their conditions and listen to their views, demands, problems they face and their suggestions for solving them, including their complaints about the passage of motorcycles within the market. which disturbs passers-by, visitors and tourists on their wanderings and affects their experience of the market, which negatively affects the reputation of the destination. Egyptian tourist, and immediately the minister contacted and communicated with the relevant authorities in the Department of Road Traffic to take the necessary measures to solve the problem.