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The Ultimate Honeymoon Guide to Paris Part I



Paris, the city of love, the one known to make you fall head over heels once again for your loved one, it’s a city with the most gorgeous backdrop, a charming culture and the best croissants.

Being such an eternal haven of romance, it only makes perfect sense to have your honeymoon there. But from where to start planning for it to be perfect? Well, this guide is certainly a good start!

Best time to travel

The best time to visit Paris is from April to June and October to early November because that is when the weather is mild and enjoyable and it’s not as crowded as it usually is in the summer.

Meanwhile, the cheapest time to visit Paris is early December, January, and February.

Best Time for Honeymoon: May, June, September, and October.


For the visa, you will have to apply for a Schengen one, it isn’t an easy one but certainly worth it as it gives entry to 26 members states of the Schengen zone!

Every embassy has its own requirements so make sure to check their website first, in order to have all the required documents with you on appointment day.

What you will need is the following:

  • A completed visa application form.
  • Your passport valid for up to 3-6 months.
  • 1-2 passport photos with a white background.
  • Copies of previous visas.
  • Letter of employment.
  • Flight booking.
  • Hotel booking.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Bank statement for the last 6 months issued a week before the visa appointment at most.
  • Visa fee starting from Euro 60 -check the embassy’s payment policy beforehand to know whether they require payment in cash, or by credit card.

Flight Tickets

Best offers for flight tickets start from 9K, now that is according to Egyptair and if you choose another airline, the price will vary of course.

Food in Paris

Paris is a food lover’s dream come true, and the city will make you want to stay a bit longer just to indulge on all the good food! These are the must try foods while you’re there!

1. Baguettes

2. Croissants

3. Macarons

4. Eclairs

5. French cheese

6. Oysters

9. Steak frites

10. Duck confit

A Paris travel guide will need more than one part to suffice so stay tuned for more!


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Weekly Flights To Be Operated Between Hurghada and Budapest on Saturdays




EgyptAir will start operating weekly flights on Saturdays between Hurghada and Hungary’s capital of Budapest, starting next week in light of Egypt’s efforts in promoting tourism to the country.

According to an official statement by the national carrier on Tuesday, the flight will be operated by the airline’s Airbus A220-300, which is capable of accommodating 140 passengers.

Two weekly fights between Cairo and Budapest are already being operated on Fridays and Tuesdays.

Egypt wishes that with the resumption of regular flights soon, the tourism sector can be boosted amid the pandemic.


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15 sarcophagi Displayed For the 1st Time in Egyptian Museum in Tahrir




The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir now has a new display scenario that displays 15 coffins for the very first time, the hall saw a great turnout of visitor who came to see the royal mummies placed in the new hall.

Archaeologist Sabah Abdel Razek, director general of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, stated that the new hall displays a total number of 50 ancient sarcophagi.

15 of these coffins are being displayed for the very first time! The entrance ticket cover visiting the hall and you don’t need to pay an extra charge.


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Get Ready For the Largest Archeological Discovery to Be Announced Soon!




The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is keeping us on our toes as it announced its preparations for the announcement of the largest archaeological discovery in the area of Saqqara, in a press conference that shall be held in the upcoming days!

What is it and what do we know far? Not much, but we sure are so excited to learn more soon and here’s what we know so far!

Egypt to announce discovery of 100 more coffins in Saqqara - EgyptToday

According to sources from Egypt Today, 100 coffins have been discovered and they are all in good condition! This follows the excavations of the 59 coffins that were discovered earlier.

These coffins were discovered inside new burial shafts that have been closed for over 2500 years, also found were some wooden statues, colored and gilded masks, also in a good condition.

“Today we announce the biggest archaeological discovery in 2020, in the presence of foreign ambassadors from more than 43 countries and 200 media representatives to introduce to the whole world a new part of our great civilization,” Enany previously said.

We can’t wait for the press conference and are eager to learn all about this incredible discovery!





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