Luxor Temple-The large temple complex at Luxor is practically an open air museum with a multitude of things to see.
The Temple of Karnak-The Temple of Karnak was the centre of worship in Theban times, and adapted over a period of 1,300 years. It is well worth walking down the Hypostyle Hall to admire the towering stone pillars lavished with ancient painted inscriptions.
The West Bank- Opposite the city of Luxor, Egypt’s perhaps most spectacular treasures rise from the desert. First visible are the Colossi of Memnen, guiding you into an area seeped in ancient history. With the Valley of Kings, Valley of Queens, and highlights such as the tomb of Tutankhamun and Ramses II this is a crucial area to visit when in Luxor.