Luxor
Luxor
Highly recommended
Luxor The Essential
Highly recommended
A former capital of the ancient world standing on the banks of the Nile and boasting countless treasures, Luxor has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. To the east stand the remains of the temples dedicated to Amun (Luxor, Karnak), best visited by horse-drawn carriage to fully appreciate life's pleasures under the Egyptian skies, so blue in the warm months (October-March). To the west in the Theban Mountains lie the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens. After the bustle of Luxor's little streets and souk, immerse yourself in the silence of eternity!

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Luxor
Luxor Temple
Luxor Temple
The Rameses II courtyard, the colonnade
90 minutes
Nile Cruise
Nile Cruise
Floating down the Nile is one of the
Temples of Karnak
Temples of Karnak
A veritable sacred city devoted to the
90 minutes
Valley of the Queens
Valley of the Queens
Called Ta set Neferu (Place of
90 minutes
Deir el-Bahri
Deir el-Bahri
The site is called the Northern
90 minutes
Valley of the Kings
Valley of the Kings
It was in the limestone rock of the
90 minutes