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Valley of the Nobles

West Bank near Ramesseum | Gurna, Luxor, Egypt
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Full Day Tour to Best Monuments of Luxor's West Bank
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  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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“daily life” (11 reviews)
“ordinary life” (3 reviews)
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West Bank near Ramesseum | Gurna, Luxor, Egypt
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"daily life"
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"ordinary life"
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"interesting tombs"
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"royal tombs"
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"ancient egypt"
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"ticket office"
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"buy tickets"
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"west bank"
in 14 reviews
"beautiful paintings"
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"well worth the effort"
in 3 reviews
"no photography"
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"well worth the visit"
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"scenes"
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"valley"
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"tourists"
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"kings"
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"mckenna"
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It is less crowded than Valley of the Kings, but not quite as spectacular. Still worth a visit, but no more than an hour.

Thank msa23_2000
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Good as a contrast to the Valley of the Kings. Tombs were lovely and it was less busy than the other attractions

Thank Moira L
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Although clearly less famous and glamorous than the Valley of the Kings, we found some gems in the Valley of the Nobles. Especially the Tomb of Ramose blew our socks off with its incredibly detailed and elegant carvings of beautiful faces. You have to see...More

Thank Dirk W
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Reviewed 27 April 2018

I am personally not a fan of tombs but I decided to do this tour as a group my company were touring were doing it, what a different a fantastic guide makes, my guide was Amany working for Real Egypt, she kept my interest for...More

Thank Adele K
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

Modern structures were built over these tombs and many of the tombs were damaged. You can see where the Government is removing the modern structures to preserve and find more hidden tombs. the area is full of alabaster shops so take some time to shop...More

Thank imdarkside
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Reviewed 14 April 2018

We visited the tombs of the nobles, very colourful tombs, no other visitors, in some ways better than the tombs in the valley of the kings

Thank peterlburn
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Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

Came here on a private guided tour consisting of valley of kings, queens, nobles + Habu & Hatshepsut temples. First of all I would definately recommend a guide, although it is expensive (at least in comparison), you can get so much visit with a good...More

Thank Zaki K
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Reviewed 19 March 2018

In the midst of vast land the structure and the history scattered all over, left a deja vu feeling. Valley of nobles are not only carrying the thousands of years of history but also make the modern world realize what an advance and scientific bend...More

Thank Moumita T
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Reviewed 15 March 2018

This place comes second after visiting the Kings' Valley. Tombs are beautifully colored and looks pretty new compared to the time it was built. You really should go there.

Thank MoSimman
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Reviewed 12 March 2018

This is a good contrast to the tombs of the Kings and Queens with empahisis on decoration rather than telling the story of the person who the tomb is dedciated to . Really complements the overall appreciation of ancient Egypt.

Thank Ron E
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