No Luxor holiday would be complete without a visit to the souk
A camel ride along the banks of the Nile will take you through lush green gardens, marshes and mangroves and offers a fabulous contrast to the harsh stone of the magnificent temples.
Shopping in Luxor will take you on an exciting trip to the local souk, an aromatic blend of spicy smells and colourful crafts. The hectic alleyways are full of noise as the locals barter for the highest prices they can get while the tourists try to get the bargain of a lifetime. No Luxor holidays would be complete without a visit to the souk even if it’s just to soak up the mesmerising atmosphere.
With over 4000 years of history, Luxor is well used to receiving visitors and hence is an extremely hospitable city with accommodation ranging from small family run guest houses, self catering apartments and luxurious spa hotels all competing for your attention, so whatever your budget you are sure of a wonderful warm welcome during your holidays in Luxor. Book your holidays to Luxor at Latedeals.co.uk today
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If your going to holiday in August an annual street festival of Abu El-Haggag held just before Ramadan every year, it has a blend of Islamic culture and classic Egyptology with horse races, boat parades, dance and tahtib which is traditional stick fights.
Temple of Luxor
Located on the east bank of the River Nile and is the site of the famous city of Thebes and was dedicated to Amun, the king of the gods. The Temple is steeped in history and is worth visiting.