Luxor is a huge city with several district articles containing sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife and accommodation.
Luxor is the premier travel destination in Upper “southern” Egypt and the Nile Valley. The dynastic and religious capital of Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom Egypt, Luxor has much to offer the traveler, from vast temples, to ancient royal tombs, via spectacular desert and river scenery and a bustling modern life.
Get Luxor in By plane , Luxor International Airport, is a destination for flights on several European and Middle Eastern routes, as well as the main southern hub for domestic flights within Egypt.
Internal flights “duration approx. 45 min” from Sharm el Sheikh to Luxor are maintained by Egypt air and many domestic and local flight companies such as Air Memphis, Air Cairo, Nesma Air and P.A.S Air ..Etc.. and Direct charters from Europe “London Gatwick, for example” are common in the winter high season. From the airport in Luxor, you will probably take a shuttle provided by your hotel. Note that the Airport in Luxor is very small, and getting luggage off the belt is a challenge.
The old capital of Egypt, Thebes, was on the West bank of the Nile. That is where most of the ruins and tombs are.
The modern city of Luxor is on the East bank. That area has the train and bus stations, most of the hotels and restaurants, some museums, tourist shops and so on. Most visitors “and almost all tour groups” stay on the East bank and travel across for the tourist sites but, in recent years, there has been an increase in hotels on the West bank and many independent travelers stay there.


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