The two tombs that were open were both accessed by separate short, steep, uneven staircases - watch the headroom as well as some parts are very low indeed. I found that in a couple of areas during each descent it was easier to turn around and go backwards (carefully)! The tombs are best visited in very small groups. Guides are not allowed inside so listen carefuly in order to find out the key things to look out for. The guardian will point out key scenes and expect an additional tip. Photos will cost you 5 egyptian pounds for each one (no panoramic shots allowed).
Once inside each of the small tombs you will discover well preserved, beautifully painted scenes from both family and daily life of the respective occupant as well as the more traditional scenes one comes to expect inside a tomb.
Well worth the cramped conditions to view such fabulous art work.
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