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Nile Cruisers Nile: 4 nights from Luxor with MS Tamr Henna
24/06/2024

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Departure Port: Luxor ➞ Landing: Aswan

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Luxor

Luxor

Luxor, once Thebes, the ancient capital of Egypt is today one of the most important cities in the country and a concentration of history and wonder.
Not far from the banks of the Nile, the area holds treasures of inestimable value, including the Valley of the Kings, also known as Wadi Biban el-Muluk, which houses the tombs of the sovereigns who reigned during the New Kingdom of Egypt in a picturesque location. Also not to be missed are the Karnak complex, the famous Temple of Luxor, the Temple of Hatshepsut and the Valley of the Queens.

Luxor

Luxor

Luxor, once Thebes, the ancient capital of Egypt is today one of the most important cities in the country and a concentration of history and wonder.
Not far from the banks of the Nile, the area holds treasures of inestimable value, including the Valley of the Kings, also known as Wadi Biban el-Muluk, which houses the tombs of the sovereigns who reigned during the New Kingdom of Egypt in a picturesque location. Also not to be missed are the Karnak complex, the famous Temple of Luxor, the Temple of Hatshepsut and the Valley of the Queens.

Kom Ombo

Kom Ombo

Aswan

Aswan

Of all the cities bordering the Nile, Aswan is undoubtedly the most tourist and commercial one. Despite its modern aspect, however, there are many archeological sites and points of interest located in its
surroundings.
Within this attractions there are the Temples of File to be discovered on a relaxing boat trip, the famous Temple of Kom Ombo located on Ombos Hills, the Temple of Edfu also known as Temple of Horus and Elephantine Island, the largest one on the Nile.

Aswan

Aswan

Of all the cities bordering the Nile, Aswan is undoubtedly the most tourist and commercial one. Despite its modern aspect, however, there are many archeological sites and points of interest located in its
surroundings.
Within this attractions there are the Temples of File to be discovered on a relaxing boat trip, the famous Temple of Kom Ombo located on Ombos Hills, the Temple of Edfu also known as Temple of Horus and Elephantine Island, the largest one on the Nile.