Book your tours in Luxor was the Capital of Egypt During the New Kingdown, Know More about the Ancient and get Pharaonic Experience, We offer all excursions from there ,
The East Bank includes, Karnak and Luxor temples and Luxor museum, the mummification museum, Cross the Nil and Visit the valley of the Kings, The valley of queens, The valley of Nobles and workers, Habu Temple, Ramsseum Temple, The colossi Of Memnon, our tours in Luxor include Also Nile Cruise Tours from Luxor to Aswan, Luxor Tours are famous for its historical attractions that reflect the image of ancient Egypt, come to Egypt to enjoy Luxor Day Trips because Luxor is well known for its temples and the Valley of the Kings, while you enjoy Luxor excursions you will find most of the main hotels, shops, tour offices, museum,
it was the ancient city of Thebes, the great capital of Upper Egypt during the New Kingdom, and the glorious city of Amun, later to become the god Amun-Ra.
The city was regarded in the ancient Egyptian texts as wAs.t (approximate pronunciation: “Waset”), which meant “city of the sceptre”, and later in Demotic Egyptian as ta jpt (conventionally pronounced as “tA ipt” and meaning “the shrine/temple”, referring to the jpt-swt, the temple now known by its Arabic name Karnak, meaning “fortified village”), which the ancient Greeks adapted as Thebai and the Romans after them as Thebae.
Thebes was also known as “the city of the 100 gates”, sometimes being called “southern Heliopolis” (‘Iunu-shemaa’ in Ancient Egyptian), to distinguish it from the city of Iunu or Heliopolis, the main place of worship for the god Ra in the north.
It was also often referred to as niw.t, which simply means “city”, and was one of only three cities in Egypt for which this noun was used (the other two were Memphis and Heliopolis); it was also called niw.t rst, “southern city”, as the southernmost of them.