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The Valley is remote, on the opposite side of the river Nile to Luxor. The best time to visit is early morning. No cameras are allowed in the valley unless you buy a camera permit for £15. There is little to see outside the tombs,...More
Most tourists miss out on seeing the Valley of the Queens because their one day excursion doesn’t allow the time for a visit. Fortunately we we staying in Luxor for several days & made a point of seeing tombs in the Valley of the Queens...More
THIS is a general review concentrating on the Valley of the Queens as a whole and does not contain extensive details of individual tombs visited which are fully reviewed later on TripAdvisor. These include Queen Nefertari, Prince Kha Em Waset, Titi and Amenkhopshef.
Though the tombs are mostly smaller, with shorter passageways than those at Valley of the Kings, many are also beautifully painted. The ones we visited were largely behind plexiglass, but the colors were still vivid. The tombs include those for queens and other family members....More
The Valley of the Queens is not as popular or talked about as the valley of the Queens, but it has the best preserved and most impressively decorated tomb of them all. We were allowed to go into 3 or 4 tombs, but Queen Nefertari's...More
The tombs have been made very access able by the Egyptian tourist industry, the floor is boarded and the outside areas levelled where possible, interestingly it is not just Queens buried here, it is also princes, the sons and daughters of the Pharoes. The toms...More
The 3 tombs at Valley of the Queens were the most muted, paintings are behind plexiglass. All these tombs are much smaller than the ones at Valley of the Kings. Then there's an extra ticket for Queen Nefertari tomb that set you back 1200 Egyptian...More
We went after visiting the Valley of the Kings. This site is not as impressive as the VOK, tombs are much smaller and less ornate (the stories they tell however are still amazing). Usual gig here in that you pay to get in and can...More
We visited three tombs in the Valley of the Queens. While the tombs may not be as extensive as some in the Valley of the Kings, the quality of the paintings and hieroglyphics is very similar...in short, amazing! We saw fewer than ten other tourists...More
The Valley of the Queens is located not far from the Valley of the Kings in a wadi (valley) called Wadi el-Melikat. There are several secondary valleys associated with the Valley of the Queens, namely the Valley of Prince Ahmose, the Valley of the Rope,...More