Welcome to Luxor. This city had kept all its beauty over thousands of years. In Luxor, you will feel like all this history was just happening a day before.
Upon arrival, you'll meet our representative, who'll take you directly to the west bank of the Nile, where all the fun begins.
The Valley Of Kings, walk between tombs, but it's not depressing as it seems, every tomb is telling stories about its owner, don't miss going inside some of these tombs (3 are allowed, excludingKing Tut Ankh Amen's tomb).
Temple Of Queen Hatshepsut, she's maybe the first woman to rule a nation in history, the first sparks of feminism. Its unique design makes you ask about the designer, and he's the engineer Senmout; some rumors were rolling around him to be also the Queen lover.
The Two Colossi of Memnon, two massive stone statues of the Pharaoh Amenophis III, that's all we have now from his funeral temple that had been destroyed right with a strong earthquake.