British holidaymakers continue travelling to enjoy sunshine breaks in Egypt as the country experienced another day of bloodshed.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) is warning against all travel to the north-eastern corner of the country but says the Red Sea resorts remain safe.
Some holidaymakers during the last few days have been told to stay within the grounds of their hotels.
Thomas Cook, Thomson and First Choice are flying thousands of passengers to their Red Sea destinations.
The companies said today they have cancelled excursions to Cairo, Luxor, Moses Mountain and St Catherine's Monastery.
British Airways is still flying to Cairo but has said that it is offering passengers the chance to change dates or destinations.
UK travel organisation Abta estimates that around 40,000 Britons are currently in Egypt.
On the day that members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of deposed President Morsi have gathered inside a mosque in central Cairo, Egyptians in Birmingham have gathered in support of their family and friends in the country.
They are raising awareness of the crisis by handing out roses to passers by.
Many of them knew people killed in the violence.
The Foreign Office has tonight reissued advice to British citizens travelling to Egypt. In a statement, a spokesperson said:
The overall level of our travel advice remains unchanged. We continue to advise against all travel to the Governorate of North Sinai, and against all but essential travel to the rest of Egypt, with the exception of the Red Sea resorts.
We advise all British Nationals who are in Egypt or who are planning to travel to Egypt to regularly check our travel advice.
The Foreign Office and Egypt's Tourist Office is at pains to stress that the majority of British tourists travelling to Egypt will not be affected by the deadly violence in the capital, but some holidaymakers have had to endure curfews and restrictions.
Most British tourists in Egypt go to the Red Sea resorts, which have not been afflicted by the events in Cairo, but the violence is having a devastating impact on the country's public image, as Consumer Editor Chris Choi reports.
The majority of British tourists should not be affected by the violence in Egypt, the tourist board told ITV News. Though curfews have been imposed on several of the Red Sea resorts, the tourist city of Sharm El Sheik has not been included.
83% of British tourists who travel to Egypt travel to the Red Sea resorts, Omayma El Husseini from Egypt's Tourist Office, said.
Holiday company Kuoni said it has offered alternative holidays and refunds to people booked to go to destinations in Egypt, except the Red Sea resorts.
Kuoni said its decision was in line with the latest Foreign Office travel advice.
Sean Tipton from ABTA, the British travel association, has said that as long as the Foreign Office say it is safe for Britons in the Red Sea resorts of Egypt, operators will continue to send tourists.
"The Red Sea resorts are fairly autonomous area of the country...we're very happy that if the Foreign Office feels it's safe to go, then it is."
He also added: "What is more of a concern is people who have travelled independently, where they don't have the safeguard of being looked after by a tour operator."
The Egyptian Ambassador told ITV News that the only areas that are not safe in Egypt are those where protesters are gathered in Cairo.
Ashraf El-Kholy told Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen: "Yes it is safe. I would advise them [visitors] to go to our Red Sea riviera, it is safe."
He added that outside of the specific areas where protesters are gathering Cairo is also safe.
Germans have been advised not to travel to anywhere in Egypt, according to a German Foreign Ministry spokesperson.
Previously Germany had excluded the Red Sea resorts popular with European tourists such as Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada from its travel alerts, though had recommended increased caution.
The alert is short of a full travel warning, however, which would entail tourists being evacuated.