Places To GoLuxor is home to some of the most magnificent ruins of ancient Egypt. Both the Temples of Luxor and Karnak reside there with larger than life sculptures representing Pharaohs over several years.
Known in ancient times as Thebes, Luxor was the centre of Egyptian culture. Each ruler made a point of placing their own installation there starting in the 18th dynasty. It’s no wonder that Luxor is considered the world’s largest open-air museum. The beautiful architecture of this place will astound you.
Marvel at the hieroglyphics etched on the walls that recount great battles, and stand in awe as you look up at the massive pylons that adorn the Temple of Karnak.
Visit the mummification museum stand before King Ramesses I, a pharaoh from the 19th dynasty and grandfather of Ramesses the Great. In Luxor, you have a plenty of places to explore and enjoy.