The tombs in the Valley of the Kings are fascinating. The extensive underground structures and adornments provide a comprehensive record of the ancient Egyptians view of the afterlife and the importance of the death cult. The price includes entrance to 3 tombs excluding Tutankhamun and Ramses II, which are a separate ticket. Recommend K.V. 2, 8 and 11 if they are open. King Tut's tomb is a bit unremarkable although his mummy is inside. Better to see his treasures at the Cairo museum.
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