Avenue of Sphinxes Tour in Luxor Egypt

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Price£49
Tour Details
Available Every day
Pick up 08:00 AM
Duration 4 Hours
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Highlights

Itinerary
Time
Activity
07:00
Meet our guide in your hotel
07:15
Transfer to Luxor temple
08:00
Walking tour along sphinxes of the temple
08:30
Walking tour from Luxor to Karnak temple along the avenue
10:30
Transfer back to your hotel

Full Description

The avenue of sphinxes begins in the Temple of Luxor and extends several kilometers up to the Temple of Karnak. This tour is an excellent chance to look into the Luxor temple, where the alley begins and proceed along its entire path right up to the Karnak temple.

The alley of Sphinxes, which once connected the temples of Luxor and Karnak, now again appeared in its original idea. Not all of its parts have survived, but those that were dug up in recent years and restored, give us a great idea of what this alley was like in the days of the pharaohs.

Let us begin our excursion in the Luxor Temple, where the most preserved part of the avenue is survived and proceed along its entire path to the Karnak Temple. In some places, the remains of sphinxes can be seen right at the steps of modern houses!


Includes
  • Pick up and drop off from your Luxor hotel
  • Transfer by a/c vehicle to the temple and back
  • Entrance fee to Luxor temple
  • English speaking guide extra 20$

What to take with you
  • Bottle of water
  • Extra cash

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Published: 12 Dec 2018 Last update: 27 Nov 2021