Karnak Temple in Luxor, October 30, 2011 – Photo courtesy of Pixabay
CAIRO – 4 February 2018: Two British directors who work for British TV have visited Luxor to shoot some episodes about Luxor’s history and pharaonic civilization, the Egyptian Tourist Authority declared.
The authority added that both directors are specialized in tourism, as they report about tourism and travel all over the world through TV programs.
According to the authority, they invited the directors to come to Egypt as part of a campaign to resume British tourism in Egypt and transmit a good image about Egypt all over the world, considering Luxor as the center for this mission.
Both directors proudly moved between temples and museums housed in Luxor, dazzled by the inscriptions carved on the walls and expressing their happiness to be introduced to the splendors of ancient Egyptians.
It seems that the visit was well organized, as it came aligned with the renovation processes on Karnak Temple, Kebbash Pharaonic Road in Luxor and the Valley of the Kings and Queens, providing the directors with all the needed information about new projects in Luxor.