We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews painted yesterday allowed minutes bright colors stunning paintings brilliant colors special ticket worth the extra charge well worth the cost queens valley take photos entrance fee ramses ii wall paintings step back in time ticket price five days photo ticket
Pails by comparison to the valley of the Kings. There are about 75 tombs but only 4 are open to the public. The most famous is Nefertiti's tomb because of the price (1200 Egyptian pounds) but we decided to skip it.
After a few (unacknowledged) moans about the entrance fee we entered the tomb.
Stunning, with decor and paintings so exquisitely executed that they look like they were only finished yesterday. I almost forgot that I could take pictures with my phone so awed were we...More
We went early and had the luxury of enjoying this incredible tomb by ourselves. Of all the tombs we saw, this one stands out as the most magnificent. The colours are so vibrant it's hard to believe it was done so long ago! It is...More
Saw her refurbish tomb when it was first opened to the public quite some years ago (not 2018 as I was obliged to select in box below). It was then closed for some time. As it is now open again those visiting Egypt should splash...More
If you've traveled all the way to Egypt then you must spend the extra on this tomb. Just breathtaking! The colours distinct from any of the other tombs we saw and its condition incredible. Although given only a ten minute limit, we found them generous...More
The entry fee for thia tomb is expensive but well worth it, it looks like it was painted yesterday., well worth the extra expense. It was etter to get to the site very early as it does get crowed i high season.
Very expensive, particularly if you are not going to the Valley of the Kings, but in my view worth every penny. It is much better preserved and the adornments are more vivid and colourful than anything I saw in the Kings Valley.
We loved every second of the 10 minutes allowed per visit in the Tomb of Nefertari from the Valley of Queens!!! The restaurations are excellent and it's worth every second and every egyptian pound from the 1200 LE payed per person (on 03.10.2019 the equivalent...More
One of the best attractions visited I really enjoyed. The work inside is amazing it is a bit expensive but is totally worth it every penny. if you come to Luxor it’s a must... I loved it... the pictures can say it more...