Trips to Luxor from Marsa Alam – Marsa Alam to Luxor
The enchanting tropical allure of Marsa Alam is quite captivating but with our trips to Luxor from Marsa Alam, you will be more captivated by the brilliance and heavenly beauty of all the magical destinations in the city of Luxor. Our trips to Luxor from Marsa Alam offers the chance to step through the city of a thousand gates to explore some of the oldest monuments on the face of the plant which elevates the meaning of greatness to whole new levels. Our Luxor tours from Marsa Alam is the perfect excursions every tourist in Marsa Alam has dreamed about, so if you found yourself in Marsa Alam always remember Luxor is waiting for you. All our tours here are mixed with many other landmarks and activities out of Luxor, and if you didn’t find what you desire just contact us and customize your favorite tour.
Top Attractions to visit with Luxor tours from Marsa Alam
The moment you set your foot in the city of Luxor, you will feel as if you have been transported back in time to the great ancient Egyptian civilization. Due to the important role the city has played to the ancient world, it became a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1979 and is by far one of the biggest open-museum in the world and one of the most visited places in Egypt.
Here are some of the top landmarks you can visit with our tours to Luxor from Marsa Alam.
Valley of the Kings
Tn the city lies the heavenly valley of the kings which is located in deep in the heart of a mountain and contain more than 63 tombs, out of them are 20 royal tombs from the New Kingdom *(1550- 1050 BC) like the Ramsess dynasty, Tutankhamun, Amenhotep I, Thutmose and various great rulers of ancient Egypt.
Colossi of Memnon
At the entrance of the city lies the colossal statues of colossi of Memnon which was constructed by Amenhotep III in front of his lost temple.
Valley of the Nobles
The city also holds the valley of the nobles which holds the tombs of 500 individual who worked for the Pharaohs and also the place of beauty the valley of the queens which contains tombs of many queens of the new kingdom such as Nefertari the beloved wife of Ramses the great.
The city also holds the extraordinary temple of Queen Hatshepsut which was constructed in 1479 BC and stands as an example of the achievements of arguably one of ancient Egypt’s most successful pharaohs, and as a model for the enchanting brilliant classical architecture of that era.
One of the city’s great main attractions is the world’s oldest religious complex in history the Karnak temple where the worship of many gods took place during the various time periods of ancient Egypt.
The Temple of Luxor
There is also the beautiful Luxor temple which is known to be the house of the Sun God Amon, his wife Goddess of Motherhood Mut and The Moon God Khonsu.