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Discore The Attractions of Cairo From The Nile River

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Things to See on a Seine River Cruise

Valley of the Kings

Valley of the Kings (Left Bank)

The Valley of the Kings in Cairo is a renowned ancient burial site containing tombs of pharaohs and powerful nobles from the New Kingdom period. Spot this historical attraction on the left bank from you cruise.

The Colossi of Memnon

Colossi of Memnon (Left Bank)

The Colossi of Memnon are two massive stone statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III, located on the left bank of the Nile in Luxor, Egypt.

Temple of Hatshepsut

Temple of Hatshepsut (Left Bank)

The Temple of Hatshepsut is a magnificent mortuary in Luxor, Egypt, built for Queen Hatshepsut, one of the few female pharaohs in ancient Egypt. Spot this iconic temple on the left bank of the Nile.

The Ramesseum

The Ramesseum (Left Bank)

The Ramesseum is a memorial temple in Luxor, Egypt, dedicated to the pharaoh Ramesses II and is famous for its colossal statue of the pharaoh lying down.

Medinet Habu

Medinet Habu (Left Bank)

Medinet Habu is both a temple complex and a necropolis associated with the Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III. Constructed during the New Kingdom, it is visible on the left bank of the Nile.

The Tombs of the Nobles

The Tombs of the Nobles (Left Bank)

The Tombs of the Nobles, also called Qubbet el-Hawa, is a network of hundreds of rock-cut ancient Egyptian tombs, home to the remains of high-ranking and noble Egyptians from antiquity.

Karnak Temple

Karnak Temple (Right Bank)

Karnak Temple is one of the largest ancient religious sites in the world and was a center for religious worship and learning for over 2,000 years in ancient Egypt.

Luxor Temple

Luxor Temple (Right Bank)

Luxor Temple is a large ancient temple complex located in the heart of Luxor city and was dedicated to the god Amun-Ra, his consort Mut, and their son Khonsu.

The Avenue of Sphinxes

The Avenue of Sphinxes (Right Bank)

The Avenue of Sphinxes is a 2.7-kilometer-long ancient road lined with hundreds of sphinx statues that once connected the temples of Luxor and Karnak in ancient Egypt.

The Temple of Mut

The Temple of Mut (Right Bank)

The Temple of Mut is an ancient Egyptian temple complex located within the Karnak Temple complex and was dedicated to the goddess Mut, the consort of the god Amun-Ra, and the mother goddess of all life.

The Temple of Amun

The Temple of Amun (Right Bank)

The Temple of Amun is a vast ancient temple complex located in the ancient city of Thebes, dedicated to the god Amun, the king of the gods in ancient Egyptian mythology.

The Luxor Museum

The Luxor Museum (Right Bank)

The Luxor Museum is a modern museum located on the east bank of the Nile River in Luxor that houses a collection of ancient Egyptian art

Sites to Explore on Your Egyptian Adventure

The Pyramids of Giza
The Great Sphinx
The Valley Temple

The Valley Temple

The Valley Temple is a mortuary temple believed to have been used for the purification and mummification process of the deceased pharaohs before their burial.

The Pyramid of Khufu
The Pyramid of Khafre
The Pyramid of Menkaure
The High Dam

The High Dam

The High Dam in Aswan is considered one of the most significant engineering achievements of the 20th century because, alongside producing electricity, it also helped to save numerous ancient monuments and temples from Nile River floods.

The Unfinished Obelisk

The Unfinished Obelisk

The Unfinished Obelisk in Aswan, believed to have been commissioned by Queen Hatshepsut during the 18th dynasty of ancient Egypt, is an abandoned granite structure due to cracks that appeared during its carving process. It would have stood at over 40 meters tall if completed.

The Philae Temple

The Philae Temple

The Philae Temple, located on an island in the Nile River, was built in honor of the goddess Isis and was carefully dismantled and relocated to its current location after the construction of the Aswan High Dam threatened to submerge it underwater.

Abu Simbel

Abu Simbel

Abu Simbel is a complex of two massive rock temples in southern Egypt, built during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses II, and is famous for its impressive façade featuring four colossal statues of the pharaoh.

Kom-Ombo

Kom-Ombo

Kom-Ombo is a unique temple in Egypt dedicated to two gods, Sobek, the crocodile god, and Horus, the falcon-headed god, and is known for its unusual double design with two identical entrances, halls, and sanctuaries.

The Edfu Temple

The Edfu Temple

The Edfu Temple, dedicated to the falcon god Horus, is one of the best-preserved ancient Egyptian temples, featuring intricate carvings and colorful reliefs that provide valuable insights into ancient Egyptians.




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Frequently Asked Questions About Nile River Cruises

What are the top things to see on a Nile River cruise?

A Nile River cruise typically includes stops at ancient Egyptian temples and ruins, such as the temples of Karnak, Luxor, and Abu Simbel. Other popular stops include the Valley of the Kings, the Colossi of Memnon, and the Temple of Horus at Edfu. The cruise also offers scenic views of the river and surrounding landscape.

What are the best things to see on the right bank of the Nile River?

On the right bank of the Nile River, you can spot the Karnak Temple Complex, Luxor Temple, the Luxor Museum, the Avenue of Sphinxes, the Temple of Mut, and the Temple of Amun.

What are the best things to see on the left bank of the Nile River?

On the left bank of the Nile River, you can spot the Colossi of Memnon, the Temple of Hatshepsut, Medinet Habu, Tombs of the Nobles, the Ramesseum, which is a mortuary temple dedicated to the Pharaoh Ramesses II, and the Valley of the Kings, which is a burial ground for pharaohs and their consorts.

Are there any gardens and parks I can see from my Nile River cruise?

There are several gardens and parks along the Nile River, but they may not be easily visible from a cruise. However, one notable park is the Kitchener's Island Botanical Garden in Aswan, which is home to a variety of exotic plants and trees.

Is the Nile River cruise good for sightseeing?

Yes, the Nile River cruise is a popular way to see some of Egypt's most iconic sights, including ancient temples and ruins, as well as the natural beauty of the river and surrounding landscape.

Is the Nile River cruise better at night or day?

Both daytime and nighttime offer unique perspectives on the Nile River and its surroundings. During the day, you can see the details of the temples and ruins more clearly, while at night, the temples are often illuminated and the stars can be seen in the sky. Some cruises may also offer entertainment and dining options at night.

How much do Nile River tickets cost?

The cost of Nile River tickets, depending on the type and length of the cruise, varies between 30 $ and 570$.

Where can I buy Nile River tickets?

Nile River tickets can be purchased Online.