Our representative will pick you up from your Hurghada hotel in a modern, air-conditioned vehicle, then fly to Luxor to see the numerous Historical landmarks there, we will take you to the Luxor Temple, It is located on the eastern bank of Luxor River (Thebes ancient). In 1400 BC it was founded for the worship of Amun-Ra and Mut, his wife, built the temple of Luxor. It is one of the most preserved and beautiful temples of Egypt and can be seen clearly in the Egyptian temple.
Although according to the other temples in Luxor that were constructed for the worship of one of the gods of ancient Egypt, the Luxor Temple was not built for one god or a deity version of the king himself after his death.
After that, we will take you to Valley of the Kings, where more than 63 royal tombs rest, you will see the most prominent pharaohs of the New Empire - 18th, 19th, and 20th Dynasties. The Valley of the Kings is one of the most beautiful sites in Luxor and contains the royal tombs of our great kings. It is also known as the Valley of the Gates of the Kings and is located in the southern part of Egypt. After the glory time of the pyramids, the Rulers turned to carving their tombs in Valley for many reasons, The Valley of The King's tombs are nearly 70 pharaohs buried, who ruled Egypt during the new kingdom, and the best tombs to visit are those of famous kings such as Tutankhamun, Ramses II, Ramses VI, Seti I, and many more.
After that, our destination to the village of Draa Abu Al-Naga, to watch the Djehouti and Hurry tombs from the New Kingdom in Luxor The two tombs were found in 2003 while being excavated by a joint Egyptian-Spanish archaeological mission. Additionally, the mission was successful in revealing numerous tombs, coffins, mummies, and a funerary garden.
then we will go to The Madient Habu in Luxor temple was built for the purpose of worshipping the pharaohs Ramses III and his predecessor Ramses II. It was ordered to be built by King Ramses III himself, one of the most influential and important pharaohs of the XX dynasty. Built as the seat of power by Queen Hatshepsut and Ramses III, it resembled a fortified town with temples, palaces, chapels, and residential neighborhoods for monks and officers.
finally, we will visit The Colossi of Memnon belongs to King Amenhotep III, who supervised its construction by the famous architect Amenhotep bin Hapu they are two incredible huge statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep now known as the Colossi of Memnon. This Pharaoh ruled Egypt during the 18th Dynasty.
Later you will be driven back to your hotel in Luxor. It even can be ended in Luxor airport.
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