is situated 20 km southwest of the Egyptian city of Luxor. Tod is located on the eastern bank of the river Nile and houses a little mud-brick ong time this place is attending a many tourists across the world. The major attractions that should not be missed
out while on a holiday trip to Tod include the surviving monuments of New Kingdom and later period. Besides this, in Tod there is a partly preserved barque shrine. It was set up by Thutmose III and was restored by Amenhotep II, Amenmesse, Rameses III, Sety I and Rameses IV. This wonderful temple stands before a little temple built in the Ptolemaic and Roman era. This is thought to be the main temple still surviving in Tod.
It was started by Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II and comprises a columned court and a hall with several chambers. It also includes a concealed treasury room that is above the chapel on the southern part of the hall. A Roman kiosk was situated near the Ptolemaic temple.
The airports situated near Tod have also contributed a lot in the tourism industry of this place.