Every day seems to bring news of countries finding creative ways to welcome back tourists this summer season. While Sicily is ready to pay for half your flight and Japan will cover some of your domestic travel expenses, Egypt just announced that it will be cutting the price of tourist visas and admission to heritage sites.
The price of tourist visas in June, July, and August will drop from $25 to $10, for arrivals through airports in Aswan and Luxor. The country has also significantly reduced the entry fees to all archaeological sites and museums, which have been closed since March 23. These attractions are among Egypt’s most popular, and now they’ll be accessible to visitors at a 50 percent discount.