King Khufu’s 4,500-year-old solar boat transferred to Egypt’s Grand New Museum

King Khufu’s 4,500-year-old solar boat transferred to Egypt’s Grand New Museum By on Sep 04, 2021 in Africa, Attractions, Egypt, Events, Going Out, Regions, Travel Miscellany

The Grand Egyptian Museum is set to open in 2021 and, according to its website, it will be one of the world’s “biggest, most modern, and most famous museums.” It is also expected to attract roughly 15,000 visitors per day, which is three times the current number of visits to the Tahrir Square museum.

The founder and CEO of Destinations and Adventures International, Jim Berkeley, is changing his company’s itineraries to account for the new museum’s massive size. “Everyone will have to recast their touring program in Cairo,” he predicts. “Previously, two full days of travelling were required, one for the Giza pyramids, and the other day for the Egyptian Museum. People will want to visit the Grand Egyptian Museum

Keep reading this article on A Luxury Travel Blog.

Leave a Reply