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ATA travel was established in 1979 (license no: 273) and since then has become one of the fastest growing travel companies in Egypt. Our reputation ensures service quality and the biggest record of reliability and trust from our agents all over the world. All our services have been launched to target the client satisfaction concepts which are our main goal .

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Does Egyptian speak languages other than Arabic
– The English language is among the obligatory subjects in all the schools of Egypt. This is why most Egyptians who live in the cities speak or understand the English language, or some English words or phrases. Fewer Egyptians can speak French, Italian, Spanish, and German. However, professionals who work in the tourism sector are accustomed to welcoming visitors who can not speak Arabic and they will speak enough English and many other languages to fulfill all the needs of any traveler

Do I have to learn Arabic in order to enjoy my visit to Egypt
Many travelers who do not know a single word of Arabic have enjoyed their stay in Egypt to the max. However, it is always good to learn a few Arabic words of expressing greetings or thanks. If the traveler is planning to visit some of the off beaten tourist track in Egypt, it is always advisable to learn some Arabic phrases. The Egyptians generally are friendly and would love to help anybody especially foreigners and tourists

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