Luxor means “the palaces” in Arabic and was known in ancient times as the “city of a hundred doors”. The city is considered by many to be the largest open-air museum in the world, as some of the most majestic and extraordinary temples and tombs such as the King’s Valley, the Karnak Temple, the Luxor Temple and the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut are located on an area of 417 square kilometers are located
Egypt has wonderful sights. If you want to witness these monumental treasures, book an exciting individual Nile cruise or Egypt study tours with Reisen in Egypt. If you are in Luxor and want to explore the most famous archaeological sites in Luxor, we offer you private day trips with Egyptologist.