Venture back in time by Visiting Luxor the antiquated city in Egypt and now the capital of the Luxor Governorate. Luxor is likewise famously known as the biggest outdoors exhibition hall, as it houses the site for the antiquated city of Thebes and remnants of the sanctuary edifices at Karnak and Luxor. Current Luxor is comprised of three unmistakable territories in particular the clamouring downtown area, the town of Karnak in upper east and the antiquated relics of Thebes on the West Bank of the Nile River.
Situated in Upper Egypt, Luxor is situated 670Km (416 miles) toward the south of Cairo, 220Km (137 miles) toward the north of Aswan, and 280Km (174 miles) toward the west of Hurghada. It is the second most famous spot to visit in Egypt, behind Cairo, and is open in various ways.