Luxor Attractions

Most Impressive Sites

Home To Some Of Egypt’s Most Famous Sites



The Nile River runs through the centre of this magnificent Egyptian metropolis, dividing it into two half. This, of course, implies that if you truly want to see everything, you’ll have to visit both the East and West Banks of Luxor.

Luxor East Bank

The famed and enormously extensive Karnak Temple Complex, as well as the gorgeous Luxor Temple, are both located on Luxor’s East Bank. It also houses the majority of the museums, and because it is located in the heart of Luxor, it is where the majority of people stay when visiting Luxor.

the largest religious building ever constructed

The Place of the First Occasion

one of the most popular Luxor tourist sites

well-presented exhibits explaining the art of mummification

Luxor West Bank

The Valley of the Kings, Valley of the Queens, the Colossi of Memnon, Medinet Habu, Gurna, Deir el-Bahari, and Dra Abu el-Naga are all located on the West Bank of Luxor. In fact, there are even more attractions in the area.

Gateway to the Afterlife

where pharaohs’ wives were buried

the site of a village for artisans working on royal tombs

Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III

The Ruins Of The Ramesseum

Statues Of Pharaoh Amenhotep III

The Asasif Entered A Crucial Age


The city of Esna is about an hour’s drive away from Luxor. A gorgeous vista of the vast river and all the civilizations that have grown up around it can be seen from the road that runs next to the Nile.

From The Monarchy To The Republic



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