Nile Cruise

Highly recommended
Floating down the Nile is one of the best ways to observe the close relationship between Egypt and its river. Every week almost 300 cruises set off between Luxor and Aswan, via Esna, Edfu, Kom Ombo; the large boats are kitted out with entertainment facilities for passengers. Those looking for authenticity can opt for a short trip on board a felucca - the traditional wooden sailing boats are less sophisticated but you will be closer to the Nile.

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Nearby tourist attractions

Luxor Open Air Museum
Luxor Open Air Museum
Thousands of blocks, most bearing superb
The Souk and Corniche
The Souk and Corniche
The promenade along the Corniche takes
Tombs of the Nobles Tombs of the Nobles
Tombs of the Nobles
Less famous than the two neighbouring
Luxor Temple Luxor Temple
Luxor Temple
The Rameses II courtyard, the colonnade
Ramesseum Ramesseum
Built during the life of Rameses II,
Hatshepsut's Temple Hatshepsut's Temple
Hatshepsut's Temple
Located at Deir el-Bahri, this
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