The Nile Valley and Luxor Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Nile Valley and Luxor - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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The Theban Necropolis 18

Luxor 4

Abydos 2

Edfu 1

Esna 1

al-Kab 1

Tuna al-Gebel 1

Al-Ashmunayn (Hermopolis) 1

Tel el Amarna 1

Beni Hasan 1

Dendera 1

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Archaeological Site/ Ruins 21

Cemetery 13

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Museum/ Gallery 2

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 9

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Deir al-Medina

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Between the Valleys of the Nobles and the Valley of the Queens, in its own small valley, lies Deir al-Medina, the Village of the Workmen.

Tell al-Amarna

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Little remains of the magnificent town of Akhetaten, which was founded by the apparently monotheist pharaoh Akhenaton in the late 18th...

Temple of Hathor

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Hathor of Dendera was the goddess of love, beauty, music, and birth. She was often depicted as a cow, and in later periods of Egyptian...

Temple of Horus

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The Temple of Horus is mainly from the Ptolemaic period. The temple does, however, rest on earlier foundations, which may date from the...

Temple of Ramses II

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Some 300 yards northwest of the Seti I temple lies the Temple of Ramses II (1290–1224 BC). Its roof and most of the upper portions...

Temple of Seti I

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

This low-lying temple (1306–1290 BC), modestly stretching across the desert nestled amid a group of shops and houses, is one of the...

Tomb of Amun-her-khepeshef

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

This tomb was built for a prince who was a son of Ramses III (20th Dynasty). His tomb's wall paintings have very bright and lively colors...

Tomb of Khaemwaset

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Wall paintings in the tomb of this prince, who was the young son of Ramses III, are one example of the fine workmanship of the Valley...

Tomb of Nakht

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The second tomb on the left opposite the Ramesseum, is somewhat small, and only the vestibule is decorated with vivid colors. Before...

Tomb of Nefertari

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The tomb of the famous wife of Ramses II is generally closed to the public, which is regrettable since it has some of the most vivid...

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