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    We were there this past winter, and arrived just as the uprising was starting, which means that we were there at the peak of what might be a high-risk period. The only time during our three-week trip when we experienced anything that might seem threatening was a violent protest in Cairo, but even then I don't think any of it would have been directed toward us. We traveled to many other places in Egypt, and only saw peaceful demonstrations. And we had the advantage of being able to see a lot of the popular sites with very few other travelers around. So what I'm trying to tell you is that I doubt very much that you would be in danger. over 9 years ago

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    We believe Egypt remains safe for travellers and tourists. There are demonstrations at times but none of it is directed towards tourists, although it seems that you need to be sure you are not taking photos in sensitive places. We live near the pyramids and are not seeing anything other than normal activity, although there remains less tourists than usual. Many other parts of Egypt are totally business as usual, albeit quiet. This especially applies to the Red Sea and Upper Egypt, like Aswan and Luxor. over 9 years ago

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