Luxor is always surprising us with its valuable treasures. The tombs of nobles deserve your leisurely visit, as their decoration is innovative and informal, brightly colored and filled with details that are at once amusing and informative.
Your day includes a visit to the ancient workmen’s village, which was home to the artisans who worked on the tombs in the Valley of the Kings and the workmen who lived there were called "Servants in the Place of Truth”. Then, drive to the Ramesseum, Memorial Temple of Ramses II. It is the most cheerful one Drenched in the sunshine, the warm limestone of which it is built seems to have mellowed and turned into golden with time.
The visit to Luxor cannot be completed without visiting the Temple complex of The Karnack and its Open Air Museum, being the silent narrator of Ancient Egyptian History.
The tour included lunch is served at the 5 stars Hotel Iberotel Luxor as a set menu in the Italian Restaurant facing the immortal Nile River.