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This is a fantastic place. It is big so take your time. There are no words to describe this place one just got to see it. Abu Simbel and the Temple of Karnak are my two favorites places. There's something in this place that is...More
This larger than life temple is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Luxor. Without a knowledgeable guide, you won't be able to get the real gist and meaning of the history around the temple, the hieroglyphic meanings as well as tons of interesting...More
Karnak Temple is as amazing as most other temples in Egypt, I would recommend you take a tour guide as there is much to learn about the temple, so much history to learn, again the amazement of how the Egyptians built such temples thousands of...More
It is very interesting to study about different cultures and history. Egypt is full of ancient history-especially Luxor which is a Magical Place.
Karnak Temple is stunning and big. You will need a tour guide to tell you all the history.
We went to the Temple of Karnak in the day and had the temple nearly all to ourselves. It was a very hot day in Egypt so maybe that kept tourists away. Take your time to wander the grounds of this fabulous temple ruins. Pay...More
Despite being my fourth visit to Egypt I had never got around to visiting this astonishing site.
Finally this was achieved in December and oh my was it worth it.
What a place. Such history and scale. Could have happily spent hours and hours there....More
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Hi Stacey. Yes, it will be possible to access the Karnak Temple with with a stroller, but please be advised it's a cobblestone pavement, so not so even by the most part. When I was there, I've seen wheel-chairs being used... More
Hi Stacey. Yes, it will be possible to access the Karnak Temple with with a stroller, but please be advised it's a cobblestone pavement, so not so even by the most part. When I was there, I've seen wheel-chairs being used, so should be fine for a push-chair too, I guess. I won't advise carry on the little ones - the distances in Egypt are vast - we walked 10km straight on an "average" full-day tour! Just make sure to use sunscreen and hats as the shade is sparse over there - after all, you're somewhat in the desert!