El Alamein’s beach, along Egypt’s Mediterranean coast, offers serene shores and clear waters. It’s a tranquil spot for relaxation with a historical backdrop of World War II significance. The Battle of El Alamein, fought in the desert around the city between Allied forces (led by the British Eighth Army) and Axis forces (primarily German and Italian troops), was a crucial turning point in the North African Campaign.
Alamein city recently brought attention to the sharp increase in visitors to the nation, particularly after the lockdowns were lifted. A number of reports from international organizations, including the American Fitch Solutions, predict that Egypt’s tourism economy will continue to improve.
A notable increase in tourism was noted by the Egyptian Center for Thought and Studies. In 2021, there was a startling 117.5% annual rise, with 8 million tourists being registered as opposed to 3.7 million in 2020.
In addition, as 2023 goes on, more visitors are anticipated than there were in 2019, before the pandemic. According to Fitch Solutions, there will be an additional 11.6% yearly increase in the number of visitors, who are expected to increase to 13.1 million in 2023 from 11.7 million in 2022. The country’s tourism earnings are projected to climb to approximately $14.4 billion from $13 billion within the same period.