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Luxor By Plane 2 Days Trip From Sharm El Sheikh

Day 1

Enjoy your two days trip to Luxor from Sharm by plane with our company. Pick up from your hotel in Sharm el Sheikh, transfer to Sharm el Sheikh Airport, fly to Luxor, the flight will take around 40 minutes. Meet in Luxor Airport, transfer by Air conditioned van to visit west bank of Thebes.

Travel to Karnak Temple from Sharm el Sheikh Visit of Valley of the Kings, Memnon Statues & Hatshepsut temple, Visit west Thebes, including Valley of the Kings where you will have a chance to visit two tombs. Then go to visit Memnon colossal statues. Your tour will be ended in western Thebes where you will visit Queen Hatshepsut Temple (Deir El Bahary temple).

Then you will have Launch in a local restaurant in Luxor. After lunch have a city tour along the bazaars of Luxor.

Visit the beautiful temple of Luxor. It is a magnificent example of Egyptian ancient structural and architectural temple art. The temple served as a celebration hall of the god Amoun. Every year the Opet celebration was used to take place here. The main procession started from Karnak temple and finished here at Luxor temple. The temple was built by Amenhotep 3rd about 1400 BC.

Overnight in a hotel
The night you will spend in hotel 4* hotel on BB basis . And if you prefer to stay in 5* hotel, there will be 25 GBP per person .

Day 2

visit luxor city from sharm el sheikh Visit of Medinet Habu (Mortuary temple of Ramses III). we will visit the Mortuary temple of Ramses III or Medinet Habu, which is considered the second hugest complex after Karnak in size and preservation. The spot of Medinet Habu was sacred long before his time and is still regarded by locals as having magical powers.

Then you will visit the Valley (tombs) of Nobles The Valley of the Nobles is quite different from the Valley of the Kings. The tombs here are decorated with murals of everyday life and are not so much dedicated to the religious books and images. We will visit the tomb of Ramosa who was vizier and governor of Thebes at the time of Akhenaton and the Amarna period.

Then visit of Deir Al Madina (workers village) Deir el Medina was the area where a community of workmen, who constructed the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings, had their village. Back to the hotel to have a rest .

Then Visit the huge temples of Karnak which are considered the largest religious structure all over the world & the most important sanctuary of the Ancient Egypt. These temples are one of the best and greatest architectural achievements of antiquity. Each king erected some sort of building honoring the Luxor triad. Visiting Karnak in daylight provides an impressive idea of the power and might of the Pharaohs who built these edifices.

After these beautiful two days you will transfer to Luxor Airport and from there fly back to Sharm El Sheikh. Then meet & drop you off to your hotel.

Included

- All transfers by A-C Van in Sharm & Luxor in all two days .

- English speaking guide .

- All Entrance Fees .

- Launch in 2 days .

- Fly Tickets .

- One night in 4* hotel in Luxor .

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