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The day tour to Dendera and Abydos from Luxor with Grace Way Travel is an excellent way to explore the ancient Egyptian temples. The tour includes transportation, entrance fees, and a delicious lunch at a local restaurant. Visitors will explore the Temple of Seti I in Abydos and the Temple of Hathor in Dendera, both known for their intricate reliefs and carvings. The knowledgeable guide will provide in-depth information about the history and significance of each site. The tour is well-organized and catered to all types of travelers. This day tour is a must-do for anyone interested in ancient Egyptian history and culture.
|Meet your guide at your hotel in Luxor and board an air-conditioned vehicle for the journey to Dendera. Arrive at the Temple of Hathor in Dendera and begin exploring the various chambers of the temple, including the hypostyle hall, the sanctuary, and the birth room. Depart Dendera and make your way to Abydos. Arrive at the Temple of Seti I in Abydos Begin exploring the Temple of Seti I, known for its intricate reliefs and carvings, including the famous "King List." Depart Abydos and make your way back to Luxor. Arrive back at your hotel in Luxor, where your tour concludes. Dendera Temple: The Temple of Hathor in Dendera is one of the best-preserved temples from the Ptolemaic period. Dedicated to the goddess of love, music, and joy, the temple is adorned with beautiful carvings and hieroglyphics and features a stunning astronomical ceiling that depicts the zodiac signs. Visitors can explore the various chambers of the temple, including the hypostyle hall, the sanctuary, and the birth room, which is believed to have been the location of the goddess Hathor's annual rebirth. Abydos Temple: The Temple of Seti I in Abydos is considered one of the most important religious sites in ancient Egypt. The temple is dedicated to Osiris, the god of the afterlife, and is believed to have been built by Seti I and completed by his son Ramses II. The temple is known for its intricate reliefs and carvings, including the famous "King List," which depicts the names of 76 pharaohs who ruled Egypt from the beginning of time until the reign of Seti I. Visitors can explore the various chambers of the temple, including the hypostyle hall, the sanctuary, and the Osirion, an underground chamber believed to have been used for the burial of Osiris.|
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