A new President was sworn-in n June 8th, and he's promised a crackdown on violence. Inauguration celebrations were marred by a mass sexual assault of women in Tahrir Square - just another reason to stay away from protests and public gatherings.
Cairo is quieter now than it has been for quite some time, but if you decide to go (The Australian Foreign Affairs department recommends you "reconsider your need to go") you'll need to be very careful about where you go and when.
Check with local hotel staff about where it is safe to go. Keep an eye on the news. If you stick to the main tourist locations it should be relatively trouble-free.
You'll find some background to the revolution and how it affects travellers, as well as general travel safety tips, here:
Phil at the safety hub. over 3 years ago
Egypt is safe nowadays and getting safer everyday because the new government is working very hard to restore order and security and also the red sea destinations are booked well over 90% over 3 years agoAnswered by Ahmed Mohamed via WorldNomads.com