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Ancient Egyptian Attractions

Ancient Egyptian Attractions

The Ultimate Guide for Ancient Egyptian Attractions

Ancient Egyptian Attractions abound in the heavenly cities of Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, and across Egypt, displaying the country’s amazing and everlasting history, beauty, and culture. To understand the number of ancient Egyptian artifacts that have survived, keep in mind that this civilization lasted over 5000 years and was constantly producing monumental landmarks. As a result, excavations are an infinite and ageless job that Egyptians will continue to do until the end of time, discovering new ancient Egyptian attractions and breathtaking artifacts. Since 1999, Egypt Fun Tours has been the key to discovering all the riches and jewels of Ancient Egypt tourist attractions, as well as the opportunity to have a once-in-a-lifetime holiday amid the ancient monuments of Ancient Egypt. The travel agency is staffed with the best tour guides, tour operators, drivers, and customer service representatives, as well as several dedicated travel constants who will provide the best accommodations, Nile River cruises, transportation, and anything else you could possibly need at affordable prices.

Queen Nefertari’s Tomb at the Valley of the Queens

The tomb of Queen Nefertari, which can be found in the Valley of the Queens on the west bank of Luxor, is one of Egypt's most beautiful tombs. This ...

Roman Amphitheater at Kom el-Dikka

Nobody gave much consideration to the old debris pile in central Alexandria until it was decided to remove the land in the 1960s to make room for ...

Tombs of the Nobles at Aswan

During the Old and Middle Kingdoms, Elephantine Island's rulers, priests, and other grandees were buried in these complex of rock tombs carved out ...

Elephantine Island

Elephantine Island, Aswan's main tourist attraction, is peppered with palm tree plantations and sloping settlements of colorful mud-brick homes. The ...

Tomb of Tutankhamun Replica & Carter’s House

Tutankhamun's Tomb Replica & the House of Lord Howard Carter During the protracted hunt for Tutankhamun's tomb, Carter made his home in this ...

Mortuary Temple of Seti I

Seti I, the king of Abydos' splendid temple, his exquisite tomb in the Valley of the Kings, and Karnak's magnificent hypostyle hall, died before ...

Deir El-Medina

During the 18th to 20th Dynasties of the New Kingdom of Egypt (ca. 1550–1080 BCE), Deir el-Medina, or Daiyr el-Madinah, was an ancient Egyptian ...

Colossi of Memnon

The Colossi of Memnon are two huge stone sculptures of Amenhotep III, the Egyptian king who ruled during the Eighteenth Dynasty. They have stood in ...

Tombs of the Nobles

There is a substantial section for the nobles' tombs in every important ancient Egyptian necropolis, such as Giza plateau, Saqqara cemetery, Amarna ...

Dendera Temple Complex

If time allows, visitors to Luxor should try to see the renowned Temple of Hathor at Dendera. From Luxor, the trip takes around an hour by cab. In ...

Queen Hatshepsut Temple

The queen who became a ruler, Hatshepsut (c.1473–1458 BC), constructed a beautiful temple at Deir al-Bahari, on the west bank of Luxor. It is ...

Valley of the Kings

The road where God Ra "The Sun God" sets. The Kings of Egypt's affluent New Kingdom (1550–1069 BC) were buried in a barren dry river valley across ...

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