Have you been searching for City Breaks in the Luxor? If so, you might want to join our 3-day city break package. Be amused by this adventurous trip in Egypt, Luxor along with your family members, where you will see the sights of Luxor East and West Bank and witness some of the most enchanting and the biggest complexes in Egypt. Many of these architectures are constructed as tributes to numerous gods and goddesses of the time.
Luxor international airport
or your hotel in Luxor
30 minutes Before starting Time
1. Value for Money
2. Knowledge and Experience
3. Safety & Trust
8. Dedicated Tour Guide
Our expert Egyptologist at Luxor Private Tour awaits to receive you from the Luxor airport and drop you at the hotel through our private leisurely vehicle. Our tour administrator will assist you with an effortless check-in procedure and discuss your tour schedule with you to set up and confirm the timings of pick and drop for each day. Spend some hours of contentment in the suite and savor from a free dinner at your lodge in Luxor. You will be spending the rest of the night to relax and sleep.
Luxor Private Tours tour guide will meet you at your lodge and you will be driven to the majestic Temple of Luxor. Afterward, see the sights of some of the greatest instances of reverence in history, including the Karnak Temples, which were constructed as a tribute to the God Amon, his wife Mut, and their son Khonsu. Have a drive back to your hotel in Luxor and get some rest
Followed by a refreshing breakfast, our vacation manager will pick you up to discover West Bank all around. First of all, you will visit the Valley of the Kings, where you witness the historical tombs of the kings of the new kingdom. After that, you visit the Hatshepsut temple, which is the only female temple in Egypt. This sacred architecture was erected by the daughter of Thutmosis I, the sovereign of Egypt for two decades during the 18th Dynasty (1490-1469 B.C). Queen Hatshepsut was the only ruling lady who had supremacy over ancient Egypt. Finally, call it a day with your trip to the Colossi of Memnon, which is considered as the mortuary tomb of Amenhotep III. Later on, you will be transferred to Luxor Airport for final departure.