On a varied excursion to Luxor you will immerse yourself in the exciting history of ancient Egypt. See among other things the imposing Karnak temples.
Rating by Touri on 25. November 2018
Travel back in time,
Discover the impressive ancient Egyptian monuments
Explore the Karnak Temples and the Valley of Kings
Eat in a delicious oriental restaurant
You will be picked up in the early morning by an air-conditioned bus and set off for Luxor. The four-hour drive takes you along the Nile in Upper Egypt. Sufficient breaks are of course taken on the way. On site you visit the Karnak Temples, the largest temple complex of the country directly on the eastern bank of the Nile. Explore the fascinating complex, the oldest remains of which date from the 12th dynasty. Until the Roman Empire, the plant was constantly extended and rebuilt, so that it has taken on immense dimensions.
After lunch you will have the opportunity to spend some free time in Luxor. Visit the Papyrus Institute or the Perfume Centre.
Afterwards you will see the impressive Valley of the Kings as well as the temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Finally you make a short stop at the 3400 year old Memnon Colossuses, the gigantic statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. At the end of your day trip you will be taken back to your hotel.
When you reach Hurghada, please send your room number to the tour operator. The exact pick-up time depends on your hotel location.
• Entrance fees to all mentioned sights
• Hotel pick-up and drop-off
• Multilingual tour guide
• Lunch at oriental restaurant
• Any extras not mentioned above
You'll be picked up at your accommodation.
Please bring your booking confirmation.
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