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Luxor - The Egyptian city of palaces

Luxor City center: 1.9 km
Dbl. from 126.00EUR
83911 Luxor City center: 1.1 km
Dbl. from 121.00EUR
9.8
83951 Luxor City center: 0.2 km
Dbl. from 33.00EUR
8.6
85954 Luxor City center: 4.9 km
85952 Luxor City center: 6.3 km
Luxor City center: 2 km
Luxor City center: 1.5 km
Luxor City center: 1.4 km
Luxor City center: 0 km
Luxor City center: 7.8 km
Luxor City center: 7.8 km
85952 Luxor City center: 1.1 km
Located on the banks of the Nile river in southern Egypt is the ancient city of Luxor; a wonderful city of culture, history and beautiful natural scenery. The city is most known for its extensive network of palaces and tombs and has an extensive history dating back to the 11th Dynasty. Among the impressive sites to see, here is the Valley of the Kings, as well as the temple complexes of Luxor and Karnak. During your stay, you will also have the opportunity to embark on a beautiful Nile river cruise, take a popular hot-air balloon ride and haggle in bustling markets for authentic goods. The city is an impressive site to witness filled with charming and hospitable people.

Location: Southern Egypt on the banks of the Nile

This city of about 500,000 inhabitants is located in southern Egypt on the east and west banks of the Nile River. Its status as a popular tourist destination means that air travel to the city is convenient via Luxor International Airport. Travellers hoping to see more of Egypt can also consider travel by train, which is excellent and affordable.

Business: A popular tourist destination

Like many of Egypt’s larger cities, Luxor is heavily dependent on its tourism industry. Millions flock here on an annual basis to see the many world-renowned sites that the city has to offer. There are also a wealth of hotels and restaurants here that are responsible for a large amount of local jobs.

Culture: An ancient city of palaces and tombs

Luxor is a hub of cultural attractions and activity. Of course, the city is popular for its ancient landmarks, including the Valley of the Kings and the temple complexes of Luxor and Karnak. Additionally, there are several large festivals celebrating religion and heritage, including the Abu El Haggag Festival and Luxor National Day.

Activities: See the temples and explore!

Planning out your trip in Luxor often involves deciding how you want to see the sites. Visitors often rent bikes, which is a popular way of getting around the temples and can add another element to the process of seeing the city. You can also take a hot-air balloon ride and see the sites from above. During down time you can always relax by your hotels pool and soak up the sun, which is sure to shining!