Dr. Mostafa Waziri, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, said that the pyramids area lacked the appropriate services and the details it contained, as all visitors, whether Egyptians or foreigners, were suffering in that area after a long tour, and they were unable to find a place to rest or eat. or drink.
Waziri added, in a phone call to the “A Final Word” program with the media, Lamees Al-Hadidi, via the ON channel, that the tourist buses were parked kilometers away from the Haram area, and the car exhaust was bad, and it was necessary to change the route of these tourist buses through a new entrance, and this project began since 2017 for the Engineering Authority.
He continued, “A project has been worked on since 2017, and the development of the pyramids plateau area, to make buildings worthy of visitors, ticket windows, and a movie that tells the story of the pyramids, as well as environmentally friendly electric buses that stop through this bus at a special station in Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure, on a distinguished tour for the visitor. “.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities added that free Wi-Fi is provided in the pyramids area, as well as the distinguished restaurants provided in the pyramids area, and all these services should have been provided to suit this ancient place.
And he added, “Buses and buses pass through the pyramids area every five minutes, to provide all visitors and tourists the freedom to stop and move at any of the three pyramids and watch and enjoy everything they want, and the buses move every 5 minutes, all of which are environmentally friendly.”
He said, that there is an area under the name “Waiting Area”, which is independent in which animals, camels and horses are being placed, with excellent services, stressing: that riding environment-friendly buses will be free for all visitors during the coming period, as well as not raising ticket prices in the pyramids area during the coming period. Years, as the ticket price continues at 200 pounds for a tourist, and 60 pounds for an Egyptian citizen, as well as large discounts for Egyptian students.