Welcome to Luxor. Eat your breakfast, and let's explore the West Bank's attractions.
The Valley of the Kings, where the most famous collection of underground tombs lays, it is also known by "The valley of gates of the Kings." You'll see some of these tombs from inside; some are colorful and still keeping their colors even after so many years.
Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, it was known in Ancient Egypt by "Djeser-Djeseru" which means the Holy of the Hollies, it was built in the 18th dynasty to the Pharaoh of Egypt Hatshepsut and the god Amen.
Two Colossi of Memnon, they are massive stone statues that weigh about 720 tons and 18 meters high, of King Amenophis III. They used to guard an enormous complex that lay behind them but disappeared over the years.