Magued Abu Sedera, head of the central department for tourism offices, said that this exhibition is one of the most important and biggest tourism exhibitions in Hungary.
Abu Sedera explained that Egypt’s participation in this exhibition aims to expand collaboration with Hungary in tourism and attract more tourists to Egypt’s different tourism destinations.
The Egyptian pavilion will hold several activities to promote tourism and introduce traditional handicrafts like henna drawings, clay pottery and handweaving. Oriental musical and folk dance performances will be also shown.
The ministries of environment and youth and sports will participate in the Egyptian pavilion to promote eco and sports tourism in collaboration with the ministry of Tourism and Antiquities
According to the HUNGEXPO website, this round will play a key role in relaunching tourism in Hungary, as it will create an opportunity to establish new business relationships and promote destinations, as well as to share their experiences and good practices so that after the pandemic, business can return to normal as soon as possible.