This week, Today Travel with Peter Greenberg comes from the banks of the Nile, from the Conrad Hotel in Cairo, Egypt. Joining Peter is Dr. Tarek Tawfik, Director of the new Grand Egyptian Museum (opening in 2020), who also gives us some insight into the artifacts that have never been displayed before. Then Rania Al-Mashat, the first female Minister of Tourism in Egypt, on her challenges (and campaign) to fight what she considers long standing and false perceptions about her country. Sean David Hobbs, Senior Editor at The Cairo Review of Global Affairs, discusses his experience living through the tail-end of the Arab Spring and the changes it brought to Cairo. And Helmy Elsaeed, Guinness World Record Cyclist, on his record-winning experience cycling across Europe and why–and how–he walked all the way from Egypt’s city of Aswan to Cairo. There’s all this and more as Today Travel with Peter Greenberg comes from the Conrad in Cairo.