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Simona T wrote a review Feb. 2021
107 contributions8 helpful votes
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If you've booked a holiday package at Red Sea, than Luxor and Kings' Valley are a must see. We were disappointed that we couldn't find anything else but a day trip. We would suggest, if you have the possibility, to make a 2 or 3 days trip. The area of Luxor - Karnak - Kings' Valley is too beautiful to do it in only one day. Specially now, due to covid-19, the places are less crowded and you can stay & watch as much as you please.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Basma El Sherif wrote a review Feb. 2021
New Cairo City, Egypt17 contributions1 helpful vote
This temple gives you an opportunity to visit it at night, which gives you an incredible experience with the lighting and pharaohs details
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Date of experience: February 2021
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HH2801 wrote a review Feb. 2021
Somerset, United Kingdom279 contributions152 helpful votes
Visited many years ago and loved it. Returning now after such hard times have befallen the country the magnificent looks sad and dusty unlike Karnak. Unable to walk down the Avenue of the Sphinxes. 160 LE entrance each for minimal signage. Could be brought alive but seems unloved.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Arvind Sony wrote a review Feb. 2021
New Delhi, India450 contributions176 helpful votes
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Wow !! What a masterpiece they have created with very limited resources. Must visited place in luxor.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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john n wrote a review Jan. 2021
Camberley, United Kingdom464 contributions99 helpful votes
I shall run out of words to describe the temples and historic sites we visited. Simple to wonder at the rows of statues along the entrance road and the size of the figures and columns. Although this was a "recent" site - only 1,400 years old - there can't have been too many cranes and hoists around during construct. So mostly by hand and manpower with amazing accuracy and still there today. One more of the simply "must visit" sites.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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