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Exploring Beirut

A shining jewel in the sand, Beirut is a fascinating deviation from what you might expect in the Middle East. It’s a city of bewildering contradictions, mixing turbulent history with lavish, contemporary ambition. Vast areas of regeneration have rejuvenated the capital’s once flourishing tourism industry, offering a refreshing opportunity for visitors to sample both new and old traditions.


Accommodations in Beirut

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Beirut is the HOtello Guest Suites, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Shebbak Habib in Beirut as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Beirut

- Pigeon Rocks


Impossibly close to the edge of the city, Pigeon Rocks stand a few hundred metres off the western coastline. This completely natural archway in the rock is a spectacular antidote to the hustle of the city. After a long day, why not wander the picturesque promenade, Corniche, and watch the sunset over these spectacular formations.


- National Museum of Beirut


Filled with historic antiquities and moving artefacts dating from the Bronze Age through the Ottoman Empire, the museum is a must for archaeology lovers. The museum itself was on the frontline during the 1975 Civil War and suffered substantial damage. However, due to a magnificent renovation programme, visitors can wander the beautifully laid-out exhibitions whilst learning about Beirut’s unstable past.


Transportation in Beirut

In Beirut private transport is more common, it is recommended to use taxis, Uber or the local bus system. In certain areas, visitors can also walk around and explore the city better.


Beirut travel guides

Beirut Travel Guides