Luxor Attractions

Learn more about ancient Egypt's history and visit all the beautiful legendary sites in Luxor during many tours in Egypt, you can also have a tour between the green Nile banks during your Egypt Nile Cruise Tours such as Luxor to Aswan Nile Cruise, Aswan to Luxor Nile Cruise, as Luxor and Aswan are the inseparable two historical cities. Book now our unusual Egypt Tours Packages. Luxor has almost 1/3 of the world's ancient monuments that you can see during the Hot Air Balloon ride in Luxor. The kings and rulers of ancient Egypt who ruled over the kingdom of Egypt became prosperous after their military expeditions that extended their prestige southwards to ancient Nubia, north along the Mediterranean, and the east till it reached modern-day Syria.

It was the great capital of (Upper) Egypt during the reign of the New Kingdom of Egypt history is contrary to the time of the building of the pyramids during the old kingdom where the capital used to be in Memphis to the north of Egypt, Luxor was the center of religion in ancient Egypt and the glorious city of ancient Egyptian Gods like Amun-Ra. The city was considered in the ancient Egyptian texts as Waset, which means "the city of the scepter, the Greeks called it Theba, and the Romans after them Thebes. You can explore Karnak Temple through your Luxor excursions or by attending the fascinating Sound and Light Show in Karnak Temple.

Things to do in Luxor 

Explore the breathtaking sites on the special Luxor day tour from Cairo by flight which is one of the trips that no one can miss during a visit to the great land, we also offer our Egypt Luxury Tours, Egypt Travel PackagesEgypt Day Tours to see the glory that is unlike any other known civilization. Book Luxor East Bank Tours and Luxor West Bank Tours. You can also check our Cairo trips and select from the famous tour to Giza Pyramidsthe Coptic Cairo tour, and many more!

Ancient City of Thebes

We provide you with Luxury Egypt vacation packages that offer the perfect way to explore Luxor in style. You'll get to see all of the city's major sights while staying in 5-star hotels and enjoying VIP treatment throughout your trip. and with so many incredible things to see in this historical city, it can be difficult to know where to start. That's why we've put together this best itinerary for 2 days in Luxor. Or choose the one you preferred through our Luxor tours.

Valley of The Kings in Luxor | Things to do in Luxor

Valley of the Kings in Luxor

Travel to Egypt is synonymous with a visit to the Valley of the Kings, where more than 63 royal tombs rest, among them the most prominent pharaohs of the New Empire - 18th, 19th and 20th Dynasties.

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Facts About the Luxor Temple | Luxor Temple History

Luxor Temple

The Temple Complex of Luxor 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.

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Karnak Temple in Luxor | The Temple of Karnak | Karnak Temple Facts

Karnak Temple | The Largest Egyptian Temple

The Karnak Temple is the largest and one of the most important temples in Egypt, and one of the largest pharaonic kingdoms in Egypt, as it provides a rich record of the Egyptian civilization from the Middle Kingdom to the Ptolemaic period, spanning about 2000 years.

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Temple Of Hatshepsut At Deir El-Bahri | Hatshepsut Temple

The Mortuary Temple Of Hatshepsut At Deir El-Bahri

The Hatshepsut Temple at Deir El-Bahri is one of Egypt's most characteristic temples and the most distinguishing temple on earth. The Temple of Hatshepsut was commissioned by a lady who governed Egypt with a policy. At King Hatshesut's daughter, Tutmosis I, the temple was completed. It was made of calestone to honour the accomplishments of the great Queen Hatshepsut (18th Dynasty).

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Colossi of Memnon | Amenhotep III Luxor Egypt

Colossi of Memnon

The Colossi of Memnon belongs to King Amenhotep III, who supervised its construction by the famous architect Amenhotep bin Hapu, and in the past, there was an ancient funerary temple for King Amenhotep III, of it nothing remains except the two statues, which are about 21.90 meters high, and are considered part of an agenda. Tourist attractions for foreigners who enjoy Luxor and its monuments.

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Dendera Temple Complex | Temple of Hathor at Dendera | Dendera Zodiak

Temple of Dendera

The temple of Dendera is located in the southeast of the city of Dendera, It has been dedicated to the goddess of love, happiness, and beauty "Hathor”. constructed on the Greco-Roman architectural style. The temple was formerly known as the House of Hathor and is considered one of the largest religious temples.

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Madinet Habu | Temple of Ramses III | Luxor attractions

Temple of Madinet Habu

The temple of Medinet Habu in Luxor is a funerary temple that was built for the purpose of worshipping the pharaoh Ramses III and his predecessor Ramses II, as well as other divinities of this civilization. It was ordered to be built by King Ramses III himself, one of the most influential and important pharaohs of the XX dynasty.

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Luxor Museum in Luxor | Museum of Luxor

Luxor museum

The Luxor Museum is, compared to other museums in Egypt, quite small; however, it is very representative of the art and history of ancient Thebes. Among the pieces housed in this museum are mummies, jewelry and sculptures as well as military objects from Ancient Egypt. One of the most precious objects of the collection is the reconstruction of a wall of the temple of Kernak from the time of Ahkenaton where you can appreciate his own artistic style.

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Luxor International Airport | Information About Luxor

Luxor International Airport

You will use the Luxor International Airport facilities on arrival or departure during your Egypt Travel Packages or Egypt Day Tours services at Cairo Top Tours, or even while on a Nile Tour in Egypt.

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Banana Island in Luxor, Egypt

Banana Island in Luxor | Gezira El-Mozh Luxor

Luxor is a mixture of ancient Pharaonic civilization and enchanting nature, which plays an important role in attracting tourists. One of the most important natural features is an "island", most of which is inhabited by banana trees and caged animals, it is difficult to visit Luxor without devoting part of your time, as the "banana island" is a tourist destination.

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Deir El-Medina in Luxor

Deir El-Medina in Luxor

Deir al-Madina on the western mainland in Luxor occupies great importance, as there are tombs of workers, which clearly express the social status of the people who were buried in those cemeteries, and are the workers who supervised the excavation and engraving of the tombs of kings and queens. The area was called "Deir al-Madina" because of the existence of a monastery dating back to the Christian era.

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Ramses Temple in Luxor | The Ramesseum in Luxor

The Ramesseum in Luxor

The Ramesseum Temple is one of the funerary temples that were built for the dead in ancient Egypt . built by King Ramses II, the greatest king for whom temples were built. The temple includes huge statues of King Ramses II, and an important aspect of the inscriptions that tell the nature of life in that period, and the images and inscriptions that decorate the wall of the temple record the events of the famous Battle of Kadesh, in which King Ramses II won over the Hittites and how he planned the war.

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Valley of the Queens

Valley of the Queens

The Queen's valley, near the Kings' valley on the west bank of Luxor, was buried by the pharaoh's wives and princes, of the different aristocrats.

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Valley of the Nobles in Luxor

Valley of the Nobles

A place where nobles live in the Valley of the Nobles. This is the best cemetery after the Kings Valley and Queens Valley, where the nobles follow the kings and priests.

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Tutankhamun's Tomb | Valley of the Kings

Tutankhamun's Tomb

Tutankhamun was a king of the 18th dynasty who ruled Egypt for approximately ten years until his death about 1250 BC. His fame stems from the discovery of his tomb in the "Valley of the Kings" in 1922, a cemetery that housed incomparable artistic masterpieces and archaeological artifacts, demonstrating Egyptian art's development.

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Abu-El-Haggag Mosque

Abu El-Haggag mosque, Luxor

The "Abu-El-Haggag Mosque" in Luxor is a rare mixture of Islamic and Coptic civilization, where you can pray over the ruins of an ancient church and an ancient Pharaonic temple, with its walls surrounding you from every direction.

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Facts about Ramesseum  | Ramesseum Temple | Ancient Egypt History

Facts about Ramesseum

Pharaoh Ramses II, son of the Sun goddess, built the Ramesseum Temple and it was named after him by Champollion. In Luxor and Nubia, one of them is the temple of Ramesseum, or a palace that is millions of years old, as the ancient Egyptians call it. During his time, he built several temples.

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Sofitel Winter Palace Luxor| winter palace Luxor history

Winter Palace Hotel in Luxor

The Winter Palace Hotel is situated on the banks of the Nile River in Luxor, Egypt. It is also known as Sofitel Winter Palace Luxor.

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Deir el-Bahari cache

It is known as The Royal cache and is located next to Deir el Bahary in Theban Necropolis, opposite the ancient city of Luxor. It was later used as a hiding place for royal mummies during the XXI Dynasty.

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tomb of Tutankhamun | Tutankhamun tomb discovery | king tut tomb pictures

Tomb of Tutankhamun.

The Tomb of the Eighteenth Dynasty is world-famous because of its relatively untouched royal tomb from the Valley of the Kings.

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Secrets of Nefertari tomb

Nefertari Tomb, the date on which the most precious ancient Egyptian tombs were founded in the Queens' Luxor Valley, Ancient Egypt. Secrets you have not known before concerning the grave of King Nefertari, Ramses II's wife, and the precious information it contains concerning the Pharaoh civilization.

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grand avenue of the sphinxes | rams road luxor

The Reviving of the Grand Avenue of Sphinxes (Rams Road)

As Egypt grabbed the attention of the whole world to Cairo during the royal Mummies parade when they were transferred from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square to their final destination to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. Egypt will grab the attention of the whole world again, but this time will be in Luxor, especially in the east bank of Luxor city. Luxor city is preparing for a celebration for reviving of the grand avenue of sphinxes at the end of June after its development and restoration.

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Tomb of Ra Moza in Luxor | Tombs of The Nobles Luxor

the tomb of this person “Ra Moza” dates back to the era of “Akhenaten”, and it is one of the largest and most important cemeteries of the cemetery. Also, the tomb of Ramosa is distinguished by the fact that it combined two completely different periods of two kings who differed in style and belief.

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Valley of The Baboons | The Western Valley Luxor

The Western Valley is nowhere near as much visited by tourists as the Valley of the Kings. The Valley is well worth a visit by the determined traveler its quiet and isolation help to evoke the silent and haunting atmosphere at one time characteristic of the main King's Valley that was believed by the ancient Egyptians Goddess protector Meretseger, whose name means "she who loves silence.

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El Kab Luxor Egypt | El Kab Thebes Luxor

El Kab was known as Nekheb within the Egyptian language, a reputation that refers to Nekhbet, the divinity delineate as a white vulture. that was placed within the third Nome of the administrative district. the town is on the proper bank of the river, opposite the virtually as recent city of Nekhen (or Hierakonpolis, gift Kom el Ahmar). it's placed ninety kilometers. to the south of Thebes and thirty-two kilometers. to the south of Esna.

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Sofitel Winter Palace

There is a unique architectural masterpiece that will capture your eye when you see it, located in Luxor Governorate on the Nile River and a few meters from Luxor Temple to the south, which is the Winter Palace or what is now called the "Sofitel Winter Palace Hotel ".

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Valley of the kings

If you are fond of tales of ancient Egyptian history, you should visit the tombs of the "Valley of the Kings" in Luxor in Upper Egypt, the funerary city of kings hundreds of years ago. The kings of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twenty dynasties of the New Kingdom were buried in these tombs on the western bank of the ancient city of Thebes.

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Temple of Thutmose III

The Temple of Thutmose III is located in Deir el-Bahari , The site is separated from the Valley of the Kings by Jebel Qurna

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Merneptah Mortuary Temple

King Merneptah, son of King Ramses II from his wife Isis Nofert and the fourth king of the nineteenth dynasty, a royal icon in the history of Egypt, ruled Egypt for about 10 years and followed from the period 1213 until 1203 BC.

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The Deir Al -Shilouet Temple

It is a rare tourist place that is known about it due to the scarcity of tourism in it, but it is one of the places with wonderful inscriptions

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