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Used as a burial site from the reign of the 19th-Dynasty pharaoh Ramses I, this valley contains the tombs of many royal wives and children, the most famous being that of Queen Nefertari.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had a ticket to allow us into two tombs, and would have to pay extra to go into the tomb of Nefertari. So, we went into a tomb that was originally intended for a different son of Rameses III, but was used for his...More

Thank Colin K
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Reviewed 24 February 2018

This complex is full of history. Its is really impressive as some of the most important queens were burried here. However, after visiting the Valley of the Kings, this one is just one more place that visitors can live witout visiting it. The entrance fee...More

Thank Javier A
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Reviewed 4 February 2018

Even if only for the Tomb of Nefertari the valley is worth visiting. I agree an entrance fee of 50 euro or dollar is high but you get value for money. We were there in the quiet month of January and had a bit more...More

Thank JimVL
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Reviewed 15 January 2018

I enjoyed the Valley of the Queens more than the Valley of the Kings, less people and reasonably priced at 80 LE as of December 2017 for three tombs. I remember seeing the tombs of Prince Khaemwaset (QV44) and Queen Titi (QV52), which were both...More

Thank digitalroc
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Reviewed 20 December 2017

After visiting the Valley of the Kings - the moment u reach the Valley of the Queen, u wont feel anything anymore. But we do reached the top...took some photos and went down quite fast. At least - it is a good experience and memory...More

Thank TerminatorSarawak
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Reviewed 23 November 2017 via mobile

We visited the Valley of the Queens as an extra during our time in Luxor. There are multiple tombs at this site for you to see, but Nefretiti's will set you back an extra 1000 Egyptian pounds (about $80 australian). The tomb is beautifully maintained...More

2  Thank Robyn B
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Reviewed 12 September 2017

This place seemed less visited when compared to the Valley of the Kings as we were the only people here. The entrance is 50LE and we could enter three of the tombs which were open, not sure of the names. The tombs looked small when...More

1  Thank Conrad P
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Reviewed 20 May 2017

After visiting the Valley of the Kings, we toured the Valley of the Queens. It was a good balance to see that the Queens were treated very similarly to the Kings. Nefertari's tomb was extremely colorful and well worth seeing.

Thank Salty0847
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Reviewed 16 May 2017

Just image what Howard Carter must have seen when opening King Tut's tomb: the brilliant colors that were meant to be seen by no one. Here--you have the opportunity of a lifetime! I had visited a few years back and though you only get to...More

Thank MMM1968
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Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

This was the best of the best for me in our 6 days in Egypt. The tomb of Nefitari has barely been open for the last few years. Daily limit is around 115 people from memory. There is an extra cost of 1000 Egyptian pound...More

Thank dead p
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