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Travel Tips to Beirut
Average Flying Time4 hours 48 minutes
Airline FlyingBritish Airways, Turkish Airlines, LOT Polish, Air France, Alitalia
Average Flying Kms3463 (kms)
Best Time to TravelFebruary, May, October
Time Zone GMT +2
LanguagesArabic, English, French
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 2285.62 LBP
Modes of TransportBuses & Tram, Car & Motorcycles, Bicycle, Taxis
Why Fly to Beirut
Top 10 Places to Visit
The premiere archaeological museum in the city, it boasts of a collection closer to 100,000 exhibits. The museum is also renowned as a leading collector of ancient Phoenician objects.
Located in Downtown, the blue-domed mosque is a must-see attraction in the city. The most attractive features include the Ottoman inspirations, decorative paintings and ornamentation such as wood imitations, calligraphy and gilding.
The only children’s museum in Lebanon makes it among the best places to visit. Take your children to see a variety of exhibits on science and technology and several interactive experiences.
A modern art museum located in the historic street of Rue Sursock. The museum along with Greek Orthodox Bishop’s Palace, Residence of Linda & Brahim Sursock is some of the remaining constructions of the 19th century.
A popular destination among joggers, cyclists, walkers and pushcart vendors. The palm tree lined waterfront esplanade offers great views of the Mediterranean. A favourite spot among families, it also offers magnificent sights of Mount Lebanon.
A commercial neighbourhood known for the elite crowd of the city filled with upscale apartments, luxury hotels, vibrant restaurant scene and trendy cafes. Off the coast of Raouche, one can find Pigeon’s Rock, which is a major natural attraction among visitors.
These were discovered during the Solidere renovations, so make sure not miss the fully restored Roman baths. Pay a visit during the tourist season to witness a series of open air-concerts and plays as a part of World Music Day.
Located in the heart of Downtown, the most prominent feature in the square is a statue in the center. The statue commemorates Lebanese nationalists who were hanged during the World War I period by the Ottomans.
A spectacular archaeological site and one of the best preserved Roman ruins in Lebanon. Bacchus and Jupiter are two of the most celebrated temples in this small town of Baalbek. While holidaying around, do not miss the Annual Baalbek Festival.
The University is well known as a prestigious educational institute in the Middle East. The museums and the libraries are visits worthwhile and definitely worth a look.