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I am a final year student and a part of my college’s football team. We used to travel to the different 

corners of the world to participate in various tournaments. Last year, we visited Luxor, Egypt. I have 

travelled to many countries but it is one of the most beautiful places I have visited so far! However, I 

equally enjoyed my journey on Turkish Airlines. When I got to know about this airline from our coach, 

my first step was browsing through the official website of Turkish Airlines. Since parents were quite 

concerned about Turkish Airlines, I told them to connect with the airline by visiting its official website. 

However, they were not satisfied with the details so they called on the Turkish Airlines phone number 


My younger brother also wanted to join me on my trip to see the matches. So, my father started 

looking for some special deals on Turkish Airlines reservations. While searching, we came 

across ‘Contact for Support’ – a well-known platform to book a flight. On this platform, we also 

got 30% off on online booking. Anyone who is willing to fly to Luxor should call on Turkish 

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Places to See in Luxor, Egypt

Standing ‘head and shoulders’ above, Luxor is best-known for its sheer wealth of tombs and 

temples. It was recognized as the site of ancient ‘Thebes’ – the city of the New Kingdom and 

the Middle Kingdom of pharaohs. Even though this city is highly appreciated for the fabulous 

Karnak Temple Complex, you will get to see countless monuments and other attractions soaking 

up the grandeur and elegance. I, along with my team visited numerous places during my free 

time but my top 5 picks are:

1.       Temple of Karnak

Among all attractions, this temple has its most beautiful and astonishing feat. Within the 

precincts of the Temple of Karnak, you will get to see the Temple of Khons, the Festival 

Temple of Tuthmosis III, and the Great Temple of Amun. Every monument is here quite 

gigantic, grabbing the attention of people. My team took a private tour of the Luxor Temples, 

Karnak, and the Luxor of the East Bank. I think it is one of the best ways to explore this place.

2.       Valley of the Kings

Hidden between beautiful yet rocky escarpments, the Valley of the Kings is the final “resting place” 

of the 20th, 19th, and 18th dynasties’ kings. It is believed that people who died typically sailed 

through the water at night with the help of a boat and they are also accompanied by the sun 

god. Walls of the tombs here are adorned with the scenes and texts depicting this voyage. 

There are a total of 63 tombs so whenever you are here, try to visit as many as you can!

3.       Temple of Deir el-Bahri or Queen Hatshepsut's Temple

Located in the desert hills, this temple is standing out against the ‘light brown’ to ‘golden yellow’ 

rocks behind. There are three terraces linked by ramps. Inside this complex, you will get to see 

various inscriptions and statues. For me, it was one of the most interesting places so you guys 

should visit this place at least once to learn more.

4.       Luxor Museum

It is one of the best museums in Luxor that exhibited an extensive collection of numerous historical 

art pieces along with two royal mummies of Ramses I and Ahmose I. The upper floor of this 

museum has an incredible display of silver bowls, amulets, votive tablets, tomb and grave 

furnishings, etc.

5.       Medinet Habu

This place is generally overlooked because of other attractions but it is one of the most amazing 

places to visit. The main complex of Medinet Habu consists of an older, small temple built in the 

18th dynasty. The model of the main temple is exactly like the Ramesseum.

In addition to these, we also visited the Tombs of the Nobles, Colossi of Memnon, Ramesseum, 

Valley of the Queens, Mortuary Temple of Seti I, Deir el-Medina, Tomb of Tutankhamun Replica 

& Carter's House, Felucca Ride to Banana Island, Mummification Museum, and tool the Hot 

Air Balloon Ride over Luxor at Sunrise. My enjoyment was double because my best partner 

– my younger brother was with me. And it was only possible because of the Contact for Support 

for Turkish Airlines reservations.


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