Tour to The Most Charming Attractions in Luxor

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Full-Day Tour in Luxor Egypt Itinerary

 A typical full-day trip to Luxor, Egypt, takes visitors to some of the most well-known historical sites in the region. Seeing the pharaohs' tombs at the Valley of the Kings could be one of the agenda items. Another option is to see the stunning Hatshepsut Temple, which pays homage to the one and only female Egyptian pharaoh. Another attraction is the enormous complex of ancient temples known as the Karnak Temple Complex, which is notable for its eye-catching statues and columns. 

Furthermore, there's a chance you'll get to see the magnificently lit Luxor Temple at night. With this plan, you may spend a single day fully immersed in Luxor's rich history and culture.

Luxor, the lighthouse of all antiquities lovers and the one that contains the smell of history, contains most of the whole world's monuments, it is known as the world’s biggest open-air museum, but that is not a tiny drop near to describe this fantastic place. Nothing in the world compares to the scale and greatness of the monuments that have survived safely in ancient Thebes. in this itinerary you can have a remarkable full-day tour there. 

  • A bottle of water and soft drinks is included during the trip.
  • All our transfers are organized by private A/C vehicles. 
  • Entrance fees and tickets to the itinerary sites on the West Bank and the East bank.
  • Delicious lunch in a local restaurant in Luxor is included during our trip and all our Egypt Day Tours.
  • All taxes and Services fees charges are covered by us.
  • An Egyptologist English speaker during all our Luxor Day Tours.
  • Entrance to King Tutankhamun's tomb, King Seti I's tomb, and king Ramses XI at the Valley of the Kings.
  • Tipping is not expected during the Luxor day tour to the East and the West Bank.
  • Camera or photo ticket in the Valley of the kings during Luxor day tours and excursions.
  • Prices also apply during Christmas and New Year tours in Egypt or Egypt Easter tours.

The tour guide will pick you up from the hotel to an air conditional vehicle.

First, you will see The location of the Luxor temple on –Southern side - to the ancient Egyptians, it was named like that because it lay beside ancient Thebes. There are also about 3 kilometers to the south of Karnak Temple, where it was once connected with a processional way bordered by sphinxes. It was built in the eighteenth dynasty so that is strong proof that it is the oldest building there.

Then you will move to The Valley of the Kings is the place of burial tombs for many of the ancient Egyptian kings especially the rich nobles of the great kingdoms (the 18th, 19th, and 12th Dynasties).

The third stage you will visit is the Ramesseum temple which is found on the West Bank of Luxor.  It is in early age was built as the mortuary temple of Ramses II. He was about 67 years rule and experienced the creation of many remarkable public buildings and architectural wonders.

we will continue to reach the Colossi of Memnon the two huge statues of Amenhotep III were named after the ancient hero from Grace called Memnon who was an Ethiopian king and eventually he died in a battle with Achilles

And finally, we will visit  Howard Carter's house the British archaeologist, who added one of the valuest contributions to Egyptology. He discovered the large tomb of King Tutankhamun in 1922 in one piece. On November 4, 1922, Carter found the first sign of what proved to be Tutankhamun’s tomb, but it was not until November 26 that a second sealed doorway was reached, behind which was the treasure.

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Some attractions may have specific entry fees. For example, the Pyramids of Giza and the Egyptian Museum have separate entrance fees. It's important to check with the tour operator or guide about any entry fees or restrictions for the attractions you plan to visit during the day tour.

The best time to visit Luxor is during the cooler months of October to April when the weather is more pleasant for sightseeing.

The city of Thebes was a special place where people went to worship and see amazing ancient Egyptian buildings like temples and tombs. It was a very important city for religious reasons and had some of the best monuments in Luxor.


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