U.S. Tourists Flock To Egypt’s Pyramids, Bypass Their Embassy’s Warnings

The Pyramids area in Giza received this week many groups of U.S. tourists although the warnings of not going there, which had been issued by the U.S. Embassy in Cairo.

The U.S. groups voiced their confidence in the Egyptian security; showing appreciation for the Egyptian Minister of Antiquities over providing them more facilities.

On his part, Mohamed Hamada, Antiquities Affairs Ministry Office Director General, confirmed that the Pyramids received on Tuesday more than 470 tourists from different nationalities and enjoyed a peaceful visit between the Pyramids and Sphinx.

On the other hand, the groups said they were enjoyed and astonished by the ancient Egyptian civilization; emphasizing that they will visit Egypt once again.