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Back in time

It was a great experience to go back in history of old Egypt, precisely the days of the Amarna... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Traveler2lands
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Well kept and preserved

Visited the Beni Hassan tombs of which only four are open for visits. The tombs are well preserved... read more

Reviewed 8 February 2017
Gulai
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Egypt
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was a great experience to go back in history of old Egypt, precisely the days of the Amarna Atonic period of Akhenaton founder of monotheism and his world famous beautiful wife Queen Nefertiti . One couldn't help feeling happy gazing at the wonderful well...More

Thank Traveler2lands
Reviewed 8 February 2017 via mobile

Visited the Beni Hassan tombs of which only four are open for visits. The tombs are well preserved, pictures are self explanatory. It is a long walk up but it was well worth the hike. The view of the Nile from above and the scenery...More

Thank Gulai
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Access has been changed since our last visit (27 years ago....): a staircase leading up the hill. Tombs should be visited by all tourists in the neighbourhood. It's realy worth it. Unbelievable beautiful wall paintings depicting the daily life of times long gone by. The...More

Thank cwfan
Reviewed 20 June 2016 via mobile

It was a very good , fun and relaxing experience Even if you weren't a "history lover" you will most definitely enjoy the view One bad thing though is that they wouldn't let us take photos of any wall with writings on them and i...More

Thank Mai J
Reviewed 9 June 2016

This fascinating site dates mainly from the Eleventh and Twelfth Dynasties and involves a stiff climb (oddly, easier if you walk up the hill next to the steps rather than up the actual steps - those with bad knees or hips may want to take...More

Thank Windowseatview
Reviewed 10 January 2016 via mobile

After spending time in Cairo and doing a cruise Aswan to Luxor we had seen a lot of tombs and temples. We wanted to do something different these tombs are a long drive from Cairo and you need a military escort which is unique! these...More

Thank TanSea
Reviewed 29 December 2015

Not for the walking challenged. It is a long way up the hill to the Tombs. The rst house at the bottom is comfortable and serves excellent tea.

Thank mcrtex
Reviewed 4 June 2015

Beni Hassan is so near by my home city, i used to go there in each vacation, pure egyptian soul, you feel like you are in a valley in the heart of egypt, recommended to visit in winter if you are not familiar with the...More

Thank Walid A
Reviewed 10 December 2014

Visiting Beni Hassan tombs require climbing a staircase taking you to the top of the cliffs where the tombs were built and engraved. You must be fit, but once you're up there - WOW - you will love it.

2  Thank Ashraf E
Reviewed 20 October 2013 via mobile

you all should come and visit Elminya there is Bani Hassan . Amarna .. Tuna Elganal .. Tihn Elgabal .. Zawiet sultan .. Amazing place you should se it

1  Thank mohamednazeer
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