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Enjoy Over Night To Luxor From Hurghada By Bus Included Hot Air Balloon

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Staying in Hurghada need not mean missing out on UNESCO-listed Luxor—and you don’t need to spend the night there, either. Visit five key highlights of Egypt’s ancient capital with a qualified Egyptologist guide in just one day: the Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahari, Luxor Temple, the Temple of Karnak, and the Colossi of Memnon.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Hurghada

Pick Up From Your Hotel In Hurghada To The Bus Station

Duration: 3 hour

Stop At: Luxor Temple

Arrival Luxor & Visit Luxor Temple Luxor Temple A large complex of ancient Egyptian temples located on the eastern bank of the Nile in the city of Luxor today known as the (ancient good). Founded in 1400 BC. The Luxor Temple was built for the worship of Amun Ra, his wife Mut, and their son Khonsu, the deities, also called the Tayyibi Trinity (Theban Triad). The Luxor Temple was built during the reign of the Eighteenth Dynasty and the Nineteenth Dynasty. The most important existing buildings in the temple are those built by the two kingdoms Amenhotep III (1397-1360 BC) and Ramses II (1290-1223 BC) (who added to the temple the open courtyard, the pylon, and the two obelisks). King Tuthmosis the Third also established (1490-1436 BC)

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Temple of Karnak

Karnak or Karnak Temples Complex, which is known as the Karnak Temple, is a group of temples, buildings and columns, as expansion and construction operations continued from the Pharaonic era, specifically the Middle Kingdom kings until the Roman era in Luxor in Egypt on the eastern coast. The temple was built for the divine Trinity Amun (Amun Ra in modern times), his wife is the goddess Mut and their son is god Khonsu; and each of them has a temple belonging to the complex of Karnak temples. Sometimes the tourists and the non-specialized in Karnak temple only mean the temple belonging to Amun i, Amun Ra.The temple was named after the city of Karnak, and it is a modern name that is distorted from the Arabic word Khorang, meaning the fortified village, which had been launched on many of the temples in the region during this period. While the temple was initially known as "Bir Amoun" meaning the Temple of Amun or Beit Amun, and during the era of the Middle Kingdom it was called Abet Sot, which means the most chosen of places (sometimes translated with the chosen spot) and this name was found on the walls of Senusret I's cabin in Pilon the third. The temple was also known by many names, including Nisut-Toa, which means the Throne of the Two Countries, and Abit Isset, which is the most magnificent residence. After You Finish Your Tour You Will Be Transfer To Your Hotel In Luxor

Duration: 2 hour

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Hot Air Balloon Trip

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Valley of the Kings

Valley of the Kings, also known as the “Valley of Biban Kings”, is a valley in Egypt that was used over the course of 500 years during the period between the sixteenth and eleventh centuries B.C. The valley is on the west bank of the Nile, facing Thebes (now Luxor) in the heart of the ancient funerary city of Thebes. The Valley of the Kings is divided into two valleys; the Eastern Valley (where most of the royal tombs are located)

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahari

It is a temple from the eighteenth Egyptian family, and the best of the remaining temples were built about 3500 years ago in Deir el-Bahari, Egypt. It was built by Queen Hatshepsut on the west bank of the Nile opposite to Taiba (the capital of ancient Egypt and the seat of worship of Amun) (Luxor today). The Hatshepsut Temple is distinguished by its unique architectural design, compared to the Egyptian temples that were built on the east bank of the Nile in Thebes .. The temple consists of three successive floors on open terraces. The temple was built of limestone, and in front of the pillars of the second floor, statues of limestone of the god Osiris and Queen Hatshepsut were installed in a beautiful distribution. Originally, these statues were colored

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Colossi of Memnon

A statue of Memnon, or a giant of Memnon, It is two huge statues, established around the year 1350 BC, which is all that remains of a temple in memory of the Pharaoh (Amenhotep III), located in Thebes, Western Egypt. They are for King Amenhotep the Third, one of the kings of the Eighteenth Dynasty, and it is the most powerful ruling family in ancient Egyptian history. The statue's height reaches 19 meters and a third of the meter, and the Greeks called (Memnon) upon them when the eastern statue cracked from them and produced a voice similar to the legendary hero (Memnon) who was killed in the wars of his parcels and was calling his mother (Ayus) the goddess of dawn every morning, and she was crying over him Her tears were dew.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Luxor

After You Finish Your Tour You Will Be Transfer To Luxor Bus Station To Catch Your Bus Back To Hurghada. Upon Arrival To Hurghada Our Driver Will Be Waiting You To Transfer You Back To Your Hotel In Hurghada Ou Hurghada Airport

Duration: 3 hour