Upon arriving at Luxor, you’ll start the exploration by the west bank.
The Valley of the Kings: consisting of about 63 tombs that have been discovered, that dates to nearly 500 years from the 16th century to the 11th century BC. It was a principal burial place of the significant royal figures of the Egyptian New Kingdom.
The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, laying beneath the cliff of El Deir El Bahri, the most significant achievement of the Queen, who crowned herself as the Pharaoh of Egypt.
The Two Colossi of Memnon: They are two enormous stone statues of King Amenophis III of the 18th Dynasty, facing toward the Nile.