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Temple of Karnak

Luxor 81111, Egypt
+20 100 016 1564
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The karnak temple is one the distinguished identifying marks of Luxor in Egypt, where each of consecutive kings tried to make his temple most magnificent so as to be so distinguished than his predecessor, so the Karnak temples changed to a complete guide and collection showing the development stages of ancient Egyptian art and distinguished pharaonic architecture.
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Luxor 81111, Egypt
+20 100 016 1564
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Most river cruises begin at Luxor, with one of your first stops being Karnak Temple. A forest of massive intricately carved pillars, obelisks, and walls, the sheer scale of this ancient temple complex gives you shivers. The main area was thought of as the earthly...More

Thank Jayant K
Reviewed 3 days ago

This place is one of must to see before you die ! Fantastic place you can take a good pictures and discover good information about pharaohs

Thank Dorota1
Reviewed 3 days ago

Walking around in this monument you cannot help but wonder how the Egyptians were able to build those structures thousands of years ago and they still are impressing and look great. Just mind-boggling. Of course you can say that for all the structures of the...More

Thank Benno G
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Excellent place, my guide was so informative. Will definitely go back with my friends and family. Must see

Thank Themba M
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

One of the greatest temples we've seen in Egypt, and the most important one in Luxor. It shows the power and influence of the Egyptian Pharaons, and it's really impressive.

Thank shadylau
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

If you ever visit Egypt you have to visit Luxor And if you ever visit Luxor then you MUST visit KARNAK it's absolutely Amazing!!

Thank MoeEwidah
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is wonderful to view both day and night. If you are in Luxor, you must see the awesomeness of this place.

Thank Jimmie F
Reviewed 1 week ago

You must prepare yourself for lots of walking and information overload. Never enter this Temple without any companionship with a tour guide. Yes, you can experience the site and feel the presence of one of oldest and greatest civilizations. But one must understand the existence...More

Thank raymundbeltran
Reviewed 1 week ago

arnak - the very word sounds mysterious, arcane and yet somehow entrancingly inviting, almost as if it is beckoning one as from a dream to come visit this hallowed place that has stood for millennia. Does that sound hokey? Not to legendary horror writer and...More

Thank maritimeexplorer
Reviewed 1 week ago

History was written in this place. it combines architectural wonders. It survived many centuries and many civilizations. Surprisingly, there is a mosque on top of the temple. It will take you at least 3 hours to finish the tour and it is recommended to have...More

Thank Ahmed D
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4 September 2016|
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Response from Arch K | Reviewed this property |
I was last there in April, traveling on my own. There is no reason to be any more concerned in Egypt than in any other place. There are so few tourists visiting Egypt, everybody you meet will be glad to see you, polite... More
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11 July 2016|
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Response from Arch K | Reviewed this property |
The vast majority of Egyptians are bi-lingual, usually with English as the second language. It would be a good idea to learn a few basic words and phrases in Arabic, the locals appreciate you making the effort.