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  • Hot Air Balloon Ride in Luxor

    Hot Air Balloon Ride Luxor

    Sale! £120.00
    Hot Air Balloon is a great way to see the world's largest open-air museum - Luxor. The Hot Air Balloon Ride in Luxor provides you with unique views of Luxor's many monuments and attractions. The trip price includes officially certified safe rides with a light breakfast and tea.
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  • Individual Luxor Trip Marsa Alam

    Individual Luxor Trip Marsa Alam

    Sale! £83.00£215.00
    On the one-day private trip to Luxor from Marsa Alam, you will see the Karnak Temple. Then, you will have lunch. In the western part of Luxor, you will see the temple of millions of years of Amenhotep III _ Colossi of Memnon. Moreover, you will visit the Valley of the Kings. And. Lastly, you will head to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut.
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  • Valley of Queens Luxor Excursion Hurghada

    Valley of Queens Luxor Excursion Hurghada

    Sale! £60.00
    On the guided trip to the valley of the Queens from Hurghada, you see the Karnak Temple and perfume hall. Then, you will enjoy lunch. After lunch, you will make a boat picnic across the mighty Nile River to reach the Wester Bank of Luxor. Also, you will disembark on Banana Island. In the western part of Luxor, you will see the millions of years temple of Amenhotep III, or what we call Colossi of Memnon. Then, you will stop at the local Alabaster factory, where all comers will be able to buy souvenirs. After that, we will visit the Valley of the Queens, where you will see three tombs. Ultimately, you will head to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut.
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  • Luxor Individual Trip Hurghada

    Luxor Individual Trip Hurghada

    Sale! £67.00£200.00
    On the one-day private trip to Luxor from Hurghada, you see the Karnak Temple. Then, we'll have lunch. In the western part of Luxor, you see the millions of years temple of Amenhotep III. You can see the Colossi of Memnon inside it. Also, we will visit the Valley of the Kings. And finally, you will head to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. The trip price includes transfers, entrance tickets and lunch.
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  • Luxor Dendera Individual Trip Hurghada

    Luxor Dendera Individual Trip Hurghada

    Sale! £79.00£200.00
    On the one-day individual excursion to Dendera-Luxor from Hurghada, you will see several monuments. In eastern Luxor, you will see the Karnak temple. Then, you will enjoy lunch. In the western part of Luxor, you will see the Colossi of Memnon that stand at the Temple of Amenhotep III entrance. Further, you will visit the temple of Queen Hatshepsut. After that, you will have a stop at the Alabaster factory where all comers will be able to buy souvenirs. At the end of the program in Luxor, you will head to Dendera to see the temple of goddess Hathor.
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  • Luxor Trip Sharm El Sheikh Plane

    Luxor Trip Sharm El Sheikh Plane

    Sale! £195.00£200.00
    The program to Luxor by flight will allow you to see the temple of Karnak and the oil hall. Then, you'll have lunch. After lunch, you will have a boat picnic through the Nile river to reach the West Bank of Luxor and disembark on Banana Island. In the western part of Luxor, you will see the temple of millions of years of Amenhotep III - Colossi Memnon. Further, you see the fantastic temple of Queen Hatshepsut in Deir El-Bahari. Then, you will have a stop at the Alabaster factory, where all comers will be able to buy souvenirs. After that, we will see the Valley of the Queens, where we see three tombs.
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  • Colossi of Memnon

    Luxor Abu Simbel Tour Hurghada

    Sale! £700.00
    The tour allows you to do some sightseeing activities. Indeed, you can see Luxor and Aswan attractions and head further to Nubia to see the temples of Abu Simbel. Among the sights, you will see the Karnak Temple, the Temple of Goddess Isis on Philae Island, the Unfinished Obelisk of Hatshepsut and the temples of Ramses II. You enjoy a boat picnic by Felucca over the Nile river. The trip price will include food and accommodation.
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  • Luxor Overnight Trip Hurghada

    Luxor Overnight Trip Hurghada

    Sale! £180.00
    The Luxor Overnight Trip from Hurghada includes visiting the Karnak Temple, Temple of Luxor, and lunch on the first day. At the same time, the second day of the trip consists of visiting the temple of millions of years of Amenhotep III - Colossi of Memnon, the Valley of the Kings, and the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. The trip price includes accommodation, entrance tickets, and guidance. Also, travelling will be on a private air-conditioned minibus.
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  • Luxor Overnight Trip Cairo Plane

    Luxor Overnight Trip Cairo Plane

    Sale! £700.00
    The two-day trip to the valley of the Kings from Cairo by plane allows you to admire the huge Karnak Temple. Then, we’ll have a delicious lunch. In the western part of Luxor, you visit the temple of millions of years of Amenhotep III - Colossi of Memnon. Furthermore, we will visit the Valley of the Kings, where we will see three tombs for ancient kings-pharaohs of Egypt. And finally, we head to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut.
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  • Valley of Kings Luxor Trip Hurghada

    Valley of Kings Luxor Trip Hurghada

    Sale! £0.00£65.00
    Luxor with the visit to the valley of the Kings is a memorable one-day trip. You can make this trip by bus from Hurghada. It will give you the possibility to see several attractions and sights. The Karnak Temple in eastern Luxor will be among the attractions you will see. In the western part of Luxor, you see the millions of years temple of Amenhotep III. Furthermore, you will visit the Valley of the Kings, where you will see three tombs of the Ancient Kings of Egypt. Finally, you will see the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. The price includes entrance tickets and lunch.
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  • Luxor Dendera Excursion Hurghada

    Luxor Dendera Excursion Hurghada

    Sale! £72.00
    On the excursion to Dendera & Luxor from Hurghada, you will see the Karnak temple. Then, we'll have lunch. After lunch, you will take a boat trip across the Nile to reach the western bank of the Nile river. This Nile trip will include a visit to Banana Island. In the west part of Luxor, you will see the Colossi Memnon, located in the Temple of Amenhotep III, and the temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Then, you will have a stop at the Alabaster factory, where all comers will be able to buy souvenirs. After the end of the program in Luxor, you will head to Dendera to see the temple of the goddess Hathor.
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Location

It is this glorious city located on the banks of the Nile River in southern Egypt! Luxor is a city in Upper Egypt and the capital of the Luxor governorate. It has a population of about 600000 people and an area of ​​about 417 square kilometres.

History of Luxor

The city obtained several names during its long history. Luxor derives its present name from the Arabic language, as the Arabs called it Al-Uqsur.

Thebes has a long history rooted back to the very early development of the Egyptian civilization. Luxor grew up as a small village during the period when Memphis was the capital of ancient Egypt. There, the god Mount, the god of war, was worshipped in this city. However, the situation changed so obviously that Luxor became the capital of Egypt. Luxor reached its greatness in the 10th century BC during the New Kingdom. Luxor, then, knew the worship of the god Amun.

The city’s importance began as early as the eleventh Dynasty when the town became a prosperous city. In this period, the pharaoh Montuhotep II managed to unify Egypt after the troubles of the First Intermediate Period. There, the city became the new capital of this unified country. The military campaigns started from Thebes by the pharaohs of the New Kingdom. In short, from the time of the 18th Dynasty until the twentieth Dynasty, the city became the political, religious and military capital of ancient Egypt.

However, the political and military importance of the city faded during the Late Period, as Thebes was replaced by several capitals in northern Egypt, such as Popastis, Cisse and finally Alexandria.

After the year 1811 AD, the year of the opening of the travel agency Thomas Cook, Luxor became a tourist destination. The city has become a holiday area and is a bustle for the English rich.

Nowadays, thousands of tourists worldwide come annually to visit these monuments, which significantly contributes to the city’s modern economy.