A city enriched with ancient tombs and temples, Luxor is the ideal destination for discovering Egypt’s enchanting history.

Luxor is often dubbed ‘the world’s greatest open air museum’. Its greatest exhibits are the magnificent ruins of the Karnak and Luxor temple complexes and on the opposite banks of the Nile lie mysterious monuments, beautiful temples and the fascinating tombs of the Valleys of the Kings and Queens.

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Time difference:

GMT +2 hours

Currency:

Egyptian pound

Flying time to destination:

5¼ hours

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When to visit

Jan 23°c
Feb 24°c
Mar 29°c
Apr 35°c
May 39°c
Jun 40°c
Jul 42°c
Aug 41°c
Sep 39°c
Oct 35°c
Nov 29°c
Dec 24°c
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Sitting on the banks of the River Nile at sunset looking out over the Valley of the Kings has to be one of the most humbling experiences you can have.

With traditional felucca’s silhouetted against the crimson sky and the call to prayer ringing out over the rooftops, it’s like being transported to a bygone era. If you are looking for history, culture and the chance to immerse yourself in an ancient civilization then you can’t beat Egypt.

Dawn Butcher