Egypt 'offering holiday bargains'
Consumers looking for cheap holidays to Egypt should have no trouble finding bargains this year, according to International Currency Exchange (ICE).
The company revealed that the country is offering better value for money for Britons, following a ten percent improvement in the value of sterling against the Egyptian pound over the past 12 months.
industry is returning to normal following recent civil unrest in the country, allowing travellers to make the most of the low prices on offer.
Joanna Williams, head of marketing for ICE, said: "Egypt has traditionally been a popular destination for Easter and there are now some bargains to be had in the key resorts as confidence returns.
"Certainly Brits will get over ten per cent more on their holiday
money compared to this time last year - making it a good value destination for sun, sand and sea."
ICE also revealed that Hungary and the United Arab Emirates are offering better value for money for Britons this year, with the Middle Eastern resorts of Abu Dhabi and Dubai described as the "place to go" for a "five-star break".