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these tombs are highly under rated, the have magnificent speles and glyph s and so clear, tombs themselves are not claustrophobic
thank you to our guide from Real Egypt- samir abbass, we really appreciated your time and knowledge
Go in the early afternoon .... all of the Nile river Cruise people go first thing in the morning.... In the early afternoon you literally have the run of the place! Take small bills to tip... literally everyone.... inside the tombs ( you are not...More
If you have never been to the valley of the Nobles it is well worth Going. It seems more of a real off the track experience without going off the track. several of the tombs are way better than the Valley of the Kings though...More
We added this stop to a private tour of the Valley of the Kings. The tombs were smaller but outstanding and we were two of about six people we saw at the entire site over a 90 minute period. This is a must see; more...More
I visited here to take photos in the tombs. I arranged it through a company called RealEgypt. It was excellent, and my guide, Ahmed, was truly excellent. It costs 300le to buy a ticket to take photos. It was well worth it! The guards did...More
Have been visiting Luxor for many years and decided to do this visit for the first time - there are 9 tombs in total but we did 6 - some are smaller than others but the guide was very helpful - it's a shame more...More
The Valley of the Nobles is not really a valley - more of a hillside. As an historic attraction it has not been developed as the Valley of the Kings or the Artisans Village has been. There is a car park and ticket office but...More
But there are Theban tombs scattered all along the 2.5-mile road from the Workers Village to the turnoff for the Valley of Kings
Small, these often have better-preserved colours than some of the VoK tombs and show a more normal life in Hieroglyphs.