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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.
It was amazing to know that the nobles and the rich had a place where they get buried. you can see them on the way back and forth to the valley of Kings. There are modern human settlements near the tombs.