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Valley of the Nobles

West Bank near Ramesseum | Gurna, Luxor, Egypt
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West Bank near Ramesseum | Gurna, Luxor, Egypt
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Reviewed 14 August 2017

As this was our 3rd visit to Luxor, we wanted to see something different. We most certainly got it!! We were the only visitors there, at around 9 a.m besides the staff. We started to climb up the loose stoney, dusty path! Half way up...More

Thank Johnanddragon
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Try to do all of Luxor including these tombs, it is really worth it spending 3-4 days in Luxor visiting this important sites. Study in depth before you go.

Thank Aulani M
Reviewed 8 May 2017

It is a great place to visit, although photos are not allowed many people were actually taking photos, but beware because the security personnel is ready to jump on tourists and ask for money, I saw this happening at least 3 times during my visit....More

Thank Mayo C
Reviewed 4 May 2017

Some of these tombs in my opinion are better than some in the valley of the kings and queens they are well worth a visit

Thank pharoah48
Reviewed 28 April 2017

These tombs were actually in a way more interesting as you can see what went on from the drawings in the tomb which were amazing

Thank Jane H
Reviewed 27 April 2017

A site visit is a must and also away from so many visitors. Although very small in size, these tombs include some of the most beautiful paintings of the Theban tombs. The preservation of colour remains astounding. The Tomb of Nakht and the Tomb of...More

Thank 735PLR
Reviewed 16 April 2017

The Valley of the Nobles is a wonderful change from the Valley of the Kings and the nearby Valley of the Queens. The artistic depictions on the walls depict more natural scenes of real life instead of the mythology of the ancient Egyptian religion. My...More

Thank BDPhillips
Reviewed 15 March 2017

There are some real hidden gems in the Valley of the Nobles. The tombs aren't as grand as those in the Valley of the Kings, but the artwork on the walls is extra special. There is more daily life scenes here, where Egyptologists really learned...More

Thank Craig T
Reviewed 5 March 2017

The Valley of the Nobles is accessible while staying in Luxor. Get a Taxi but agree an inclusive price including everything even the tip before departing. 25% of the original asking price is often the norm.Pay about 2500 £ Egypt, in UK money £12 for...More

Reviewed 1 March 2017

Tombs of the Nobles are located on the west bank, near Luxor. They have much better preserved examples of tomb paintings. The site contains around 400 tombs of various dignitaries. While the royal tombs emphasize the concept of the afterlife, the decorations in these tombs...More

Thank Mayur S
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