May 9, 2023

Russian tourism companies reported that the famous hotels in Turkey and Egypt stopped operating until mid-July due to Eid al-Adha.

The press office of the tourist company “TezTour” said: “The demand for rest abroad in the current summer greatly exceeds the supply due to the restrictions imposed in the airspace. Egypt and Turkey continue to be the most popular countries among customers. In both countries, hotels witness a high occupancy rate from the end of June to mid-July, due to the celebrations of Eid al-Adha during this period. Most of the places in them are booked by the local market, so these hotels stop working for foreign tourists. As for the remaining rooms, the prices will increase.”

This information was also confirmed by Fun & Sun, saying: “Selling to Turkey and Egypt is actively taking place. There are no problems downloading. Given that the period from 9 to 13 July is a Muslim holiday, places in popular hotels are running out quickly. In this regard, everyone who is planning their vacation for the month of July needs to hurry up.”

The company “Tez Tour” indicated that Russian citizens primarily book rooms in 5-star hotels. She added, “In Egypt, more than 60% of reservations are made for 5-star hotels, and the absolute majority of tourists choose Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh, while less than 5% of the company’s customers prefer Safaga, Soma Bay, and Makadi resorts. In Turkey, there is a great demand for tours with accommodation in Kemer, Belek and Alanya.”

For its part, “Anex Tour” company indicated that Turkey is a leader in this summer’s sales, checking: “But despite the expansion of recreation programs this June thanks to regional flights, the number of flights is still less than it was previously. The Antalya region and the resorts of Alanya, Side, Kemer and Belek are the most popular in terms of transportation volume and therefore in demand.”

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