Sightseeing

 

Luxor was called 'the city of a hundred gates' due to its buildings and large gates. Arabs were impressed by its beautiful palaces and re-named it Luxor (City of Palaces.) Two thirds of the world’s monuments are in Luxor which makes it a very remarkable place that must be seen. It offers its visitors with a large number of amazingly huge temples and colorful tombs which astonishes every single visitor. It is divided into two sections by the Nile River. The east side is called the Site of Living where ancients Egyptians used to live out their daily lives, and the west side is called the City of the Dead where we will find all the tombs and burial site of the dead.

Most famous tourist attractions in Luxor:
Click on the links below to learn more.

Karnack Temple
Luxor Temple
Valley of the Kings & Queens
Hatshipsut’s Temple
Abydos
Dendara

 

 
Privacy Policy - Limitation of Liability