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Dendera is a 90 minute drive from Luxor but the return taxi fare for 4 people was just £16 and admission just a couple of pounds so no excuses for not visiting this breathtaking spectacle so befitting of the most beautiful and powerful woman who...More
It is one of the world-famous landmarks of this beautiful sunny country,Egypt .
It is one of the best preserved temple complexes in Egypt .
The sculptured Dendera zodiac is a widely known relief found in a late Greco-Roman temple, containing images of Taurus (the...More
The Dendera Temple is stunning and extremely well preserved. I would highly suggest this site, but NOT with Viator.
Our guide was not familiar with the site ( he had to ask directions how to exit) told me I was wrong about the carving of...More
We arranged a private car transfer from Aswan to Hurghada, and on the way stop at Dandara, which was one of our best decisions while in Egypt. The visit was well worth the time and the 80 LE, exquisite carvings and hieroglyphics. The temple is...More
Located at about 50 miles (80 km) from Luxor, Dendera Temple complex is known mostly for its Temple of Hathor, considered to be one of the best preserved temples in the entire Egypt and whose huge columns and paintings in vivid colors will absolutely amaze...More
Our tour boat was moored real close to Dandara temple so it was easy getting there. We had an Egypt tour guide who was extremely knowledgeable in ancient Egyptian history which made being in this marvelous temple even better.
P.S. Was still able to get...More
The temple is just awesome. Most structures are well preserved and in great condition. The colors on ceiling are amazing. It's about 1.5 hours from Luxor. I personally did Abydos and Dendera together but preferred Dendera over Abydos. Personally it was the most beautiful temple...More