Meeting Nasco representative who will escort you to the Valley of the Nobles and see the 2 tombs of the nobles Sennefer and Rekhmire. The tombs contain some of the finest relief work, and truly stunning paintings that decorate the tombs of governors, viziers, and priests. Your next stop will be the Ramesseum Temple built by Ramses II the as a funerary Temple in 1304-1207 B.C, and it was dedicated to the God Ra. Most of the Temple is in a very bad condition nowadays, or in ruins. The entrance to the Temple once had two pylons that have now collapsed. In the first courtyard, of the Temple, there is only a colonnaded hall that has survived. Continue to the temple of Rameses III. Located on the west bank of Luxor, Madinat Habu is one of Egypt’s best preserved and most interesting temples. It takes its name from the ancient word for an ibis, the symbol of the god Thoth, who has a Ptolemaic Period temple a few hundred meters to the south.
|our Timetable||Tour Element & Description||Time in Mins|
|07:30||07:45||Meeting Nasco representative.||15|
|07:45||08:15||Heading Valley of Nobles.||30|
|08:15||09:45||Visiting the Valley of Nobles.||90|
|09:45||10:15||Heading to Ramesseum Temple.||15|
|10:15||11:30||Visit Ramesseum Temple.||75|
|11:30||12:00||Heading to Madinet Habu.||30|
|12:00||13.00||Visit Madinet Habu.||60|
|13.00||13.30||Estimated arrival at the hotel.||30|
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63 Nebi Danyal St., Alexandria, Egypt
Every Day | 9.00 – 17.00