Luxor is an ancient city in Egypt. It is a collection of ancient Bios cultural relics and is known as the "largest open-air museum" on the earth. Luxor can be said to be the hottest city in Egypt. It is also a city with stories. Standing here, I can see the glory of the temple and tell the story of the vicissitudes of life.
Nile River passes through the city and divides it into two. Because the ancient Egyptians believed that human life is like the sun, rising from the east and falling from the west, the east bank of the river is a magnificent temple and a vibrant residential area. The west bank of the river is the tomb of the pharaohs, queens and nobles. . The "City of the Living" and the "City of the Dead" are across the river, forming a circle of eternal cycles of the two worlds.
Come to Luxor, be sure to experience a hot air balloon. In the morning, sitting on a hot air balloon to feel the ancient Egyptian city, to welcome the arrival of a new day, no more than this feeling is more wonderful. The sun rises from the horizon, and Luxor is quiet outside in the early morning. The hot air balloon floats over the Valley of the Kings, the village, the farmland, the Nile... The entire remains of Thebes are at the foot, beautiful and beautiful.
(The price of the hot air balloon is about 400 yuan or so, including the hotel's pick-up service. It will be taken to the Nile River by boat, there will be free morning tea on board, then transfer to the car to get to the hot air balloon. After the end Will give a certificate.)
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Stunning view on Sunset over Luxor city, Egypt.
Nile river, Hatshepsut temple and valleys of the Kings.
Amazing experience!! Worth it to wake up 4am ❤️🖤
Walking on the streets of Egypt, no matter the big or small city, rich or poor, you can see a very special phenomenon. They always have a hookah pipe in their mouths. It is normal to smoke a hookah in Egypt.
shisha Egypt called shisha, originally originated in India in the thirteenth century. It began to spread in the Middle East in the 16th century and gradually spread to the Arab countries. It became a common way for folks to smoke tobacco. It is estimated that about 20% of people in Egypt smoke cigarettes every day. These lifestyles are similar to daily drinking. There is a very interesting comment in the Western media: the ideas of Arab intellectuals are in their smokers.
We walked through a lively shisha cafe, where the strings of lights flashed in the courtyard, and we stopped to take a hookah and taste the most popular lifestyle in Egypt.
This is the famous Winter Palace Hotel in Luxor, Egypt. This is where Agatha Christie stayed when she wrote Death on the Nile, it is one of the oldest hotels in Egypt. It looks directly across the Nile to the West Bank and is full of history. #wintergetaway