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Luxor

is the most important city in Upper Egypt, since it was the dynastic capital of the Middle and New Kingdoms of Egypt.

There is breathtaking desert scenery, and the beauty of the Nile. Luxor, with its vast temples and royal tombs, is estimated to contain one third of the world monuments of the Ancient Egyptian civilization.

Places of interest:
  • The Temples of Luxor and Karnak are both awe-inspiring sights, and it is also a good idea to visit at night, when there are Sound and Light performances.
  • The Valley of the Kings is situated behind the West Bank of Luxor. It is the burial place of countless pharaohs of Egypt, including the 'boy king' Tutankhamun.
Aswan

is just over 400 miles south of Cairo, and is considered to be the most famous winter resort in the world, with a unique beauty of nature.

There are small islands covered with tropical plants, some of which are of very rare species. The markets there are full of exotic spices, perfumes, rugs, and handmade baskets.

Places of interest
  • The Tombs of the Nobles
  • The Mausoleum of the Aga Khan
  • The Unfinished Obelisks
  • The Monastery of St. Simeon
  • The High Dam and Lake Nasser
  • The Kalabsha Temple built by the Roman Emperor Octavius Augustus and dedicated to the fertility god Mandulis.




Other Destinations
Cairo Alexandria Hurghada Sharm El Sheikh Sinai