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From Cairo: Sleeping Train Transfer to Aswan and Luxor

1. From Cairo: Sleeping Train Transfer to Aswan and Luxor

Take a convenient sleeping train from Cairo to Aswan or to Luxor and back with a guaranteed reservation. Your accommodation on the train includes dinner and breakfast the next day. First, book your tickets and receive them at your hotel when you arrive in Egypt. On the day of travel, head to the station at least 30 minutes before your departure time. At Giza Station, there are a few small shops to buy snacks or water, as well as a small restaurant. On the platform, the small numbers hanging from the platform canopy indicate the approximate location of the wagons. So, if you are in Wagon #6 on your ticket, line up by the #6 sign. Wait for the green and white-colored sleeping train to arrive which has the words 'Sleeping Car' stenciled on the side. Board the train and find your accommodation. Enjoy the comfortable 10 to 13-hour journey with dinner and breakfast served. Feel the satisfaction of waking up in an entirely new region of Egypt, refreshed and ready to begin the next portion of your trip.

From Aswan: Overnight Nile Cruise to Luxor with Meals

2. From Aswan: Overnight Nile Cruise to Luxor with Meals

Enjoy the beauty of the Nile river on this cruise from Aswan to Luxor with a return transfer to Aswan. Take an overnight cruise aboard a 5-star ship on a river that is renowned for its historic importance, legendary status, and its natural elegance.  Day 1: Head to the Abu Simbel temple, generally considered the grandest and most beautiful of the temples commissioned during the reign of Ramesses II and one of the most beautiful in Egypt.  After your guided temple tour, set sail to the Kom Ombo temple, unique due to its dedication to two different deities: the local crocodile-headed god Sobek and the falcon-headed god, Horus the Elder. Return to the ship for dinner as it continues to sail down the Nile. Day 2: After breakfast, continue to Edfu Temple, one of the best-preserved shrines in Egypt, in a horse-drawn carriage. After visiting the temple, you’ll have some time to admire the river views from the sun deck before preparing for your departure.

Luxor: Luxor Airport Arrival and Departure Transfers

3. Luxor: Luxor Airport Arrival and Departure Transfers

Your expert representative will be present at the Luxor Airport and holding a signboard with your name on time. You will meet your representative before entering your air-conditioned private vehicle. You will then be seated comfortably as your journey to your selected hotel gets started. You will be assisted throughout your journey by the driver until you reach the hotel reception. You also have the option to select the optional activity of airport departure transfer from your hotel to the Luxor Airport separately from the airport transfer to the hotel, or even as a combined package. On the way to your hotel, your representative will provide you with some tips to make your Egypt tour an ideal one. Any information about the weather, geography, shopping centers, restaurants, and much more can be inquired into by your expert who will be more than happy to assist you.

Luxor: Private Full-Day Customized Tour

4. Luxor: Private Full-Day Customized Tour

Have your very own private driver for one day in Luxor. Visit the main sights of Luxor in a modern air-conditioned vehicle with a professional driver. Meet your guide in your hotel lobby or at the airport, let them know of any sights you want to visit on the east and west bank. Admire the ancient tombs in the Valley of the Kings, explore the Hatshepsut Temple on the West Bank ,or visit the Karnak and Luxor Temples on the East Bank. Whether it's for sightseeing, a day trip, shopping or business, your guide and driver will accommodate your requirements and make sure you have a great experience.

Luxor: City Tour by Horse Carriage from the East Bank

5. Luxor: City Tour by Horse Carriage from the East Bank

Start by meeting your guide at your hotel in Luxor. Board the horse carriage and get your camera ready as you discover the ancient city. First travel through a historic village and get a glimpse into the ancient Egyptian way of life. Learn about the history of the city and Egyptian traditions and customs from your guide. Proceed inside the city to see the Mosque of Abu Haggag, one of the oldest places of continuous worship in the world, with a history dating back over 3400 years. Pass the bustling souq full of locals and travellers searching for bargains and local goods. See numerous Coptic Christian churches built along the east bank. Marvel at the famous Luxor Temple built by Ramses II around the year 1400 BC. After learning more about each site, be returned to your hotel.

Luxor: Medinet Habu, Valley of Nobles, and Deir Private Tour

6. Luxor: Medinet Habu, Valley of Nobles, and Deir Private Tour

Step back in time to ancient Egypt on this private tour to some of Egypt’s most popular historic sites in Luxor. Get to know the history of Medinet Habu, the Valley of the Nobles, and Deir el-Medina as you explore with your own personal Egyptologist guide. Begin your trip with pickup from your hotel, then head to the West Bank of Luxor. Arrive first at Medinet Habu, where the burial temple of Ramses III can be found, one of the city's most important religious monuments. Medinet Habu’s entrance is 63-meters wide and 22-meters tall and bears a representation of the pharaoh himself. Then, continue to the Tombs of the Nobles, where you can find more than 500 tombs belonging to the members of the Egyptian aristocracy. Take a look inside a number of the tombs to admire their decoration. Having been less attractive to grave robbers, these tombs tend to be much better preserved than the royal tombs. Later, follow your guide to the final stop of the tour, Deir el-Medina, an ancient Egyptian village that was home to the artisans who worked on the tombs in the Valley of the Kings. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back off at your hotel or selected location.

From Luxor: Edfu Temple and Felucca Tour with Lunch

7. From Luxor: Edfu Temple and Felucca Tour with Lunch

Admire the second-largest ancient Egyptian temple with the convenience of hotel pickup, round-trip train tickets, and a professional guide. The day starts with pickup from your hotel in Luxor. The local representative will give you your round-trip ticket and assist you in catching your train to Edfu. A professional guide will be waiting for you at Edfu station and will take you by car to visit the famous Edfu Temple. Learn the history of this ancient site while taking photographs of its intricate carvings. After the Edfu portion of the tour, return to Luxor by train to meet a second guide who will accompany you for lunch at a local restaurant. After enjoying a lunch of typical Egyptian foods, set out to explore the west bank of Luxor including the Valley of the Kings, the Hatshepsut, and the two statues of Memnon. The last stop of the day is the Nile River where you will board a felucca, a typical wooden sailboat used on the Nile. Admire Luxor from the water while sipping tea and enjoying the river breeze. At the end of the river cruise, return drop-off is provided.

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What people are saying about Luxor

Well, the train is old and the rooms are seedy. The real train costs 85 dollars and here they charge €100 and the difference is that they take your tickets wherever you want. I recommend buying the bills on the official website, which is exactly the same, only here they adorn it more

Simple and efficient, the cabin is clean and we slept very well. The controller assigned to our car was very available and considerate.

Easy to schedule and pick up/drop off went well. Have some small bills ready to tip.

Driver waiting 2 steps from the terminal exit. Punctual and excellent service.

Pick us on time at the airport. Clean vehicle with A/C.