Britannia Suites

Al Andalus Street, Raouche, Beirut, Lebanon
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Music Hall

by makmom23

Hi, I am planning to visit lebanon soon.. I would like to know how much does a ticket cost for a night at music hall per person.. Also i would like to know how much is a night out at some nightclub in beirut per person.. Is there like a minumum charge or something? give me as much details as you can.. Thank you

Re: Music Hall

by speakyourmind

I think you can get pricing and charges in this site.

www.beiruting.com/

I Hope this helps.

Happy Traveling ...

Re: Music Hall

by mavrick82

Hi, u should check out www.shotguntourslebanon.com they have pub crawls. I did it when i was in beirut and was awesome, drinx included so u end up spendin way less, and dont have to worry bout taxis coz they drive u around. Enjoy!

Travel Tips for Beirut

Vin du Liban

by RblWthACoz

Lebanon's wine making has a history that goes back thousands of years. Whereas in a lot of restaraunts you will find wine lists very heavy on the French side, it is definitely worth checking out the local productions. Chateau Musar, Chateau Kefraya, and Chateau Ksara are the more prevalent wineries you will find available. If you are a connoisseur, many of the wines are letting sit for several years. I had a 1990 Chateau Musar in Las Vegas once that was extremely good.

Beirut before and after

by travelmad478

Currently, there are plenty of buildings in Beirut that will give you a good idea of just what the city must have looked like ten years ago, before the reconstruction project got underway. A few of the shell-scarred structures are still standing downtown, awaiting decisions on restoration or demolition. Others are partially rebuilt, like the apartment block pictured here which has had its eastern half renovated, but not the western half. And still others, like the Magen Abraham synagogue left stranded downtown among massive construction sites, may never be restored if the original owners cannot find funds to rebuild their architectural monuments.

The contrast between these buildings and the sparkling new structures downtown is pretty stark. In five or ten years, the older ones are likely to be just a memory.

Don't carry your bread in your hands...

by call_me_rhia

Don't carry your bread in your hands... carry it on your wrist, as if it were a bracelet. As soon as I saw this piece of bread I fell in love with it: round and with a large hole in the middle - suits even the bigger wrists. It's called ka`ik, it's sold by street vendors about everywhere, it costs very little and... it's delicious!

Lebanon Day Trips

by MM212

If spending more than two days in Beirut, then you must travel outside the city to see the rest of the beautiful country. A wide range of choices is available, from ancient ruins (Baalbek, Tyre) to ski resorts (les Cèdres, Feraya-Mzaar), and from mediaeval cities (Sidon, Tripoli) to vineyards and casinos. A breathtakingly scenic drive is guaranteed whichever direction one chooses. Check out my Lebanon page to see possible destinations within this amazing country. An extensive bus network, or private car/taxi, will easily transport the visitor to all the major sites.

Verdun

by mikey_e

Verdun is a part of the southern section of the central part of Beirut that is devoid of historical charm, but rich in the mid-70s Middle Eastern architecture that makes the city a great place to lose yourself. It has a large number of restaurants and small shops, so despite the large roads and traffic, it is actually a good section of the city to do some window shopping. There is also a nice complex of cafés where you can sample the famous nargileh that is a central part of Lebanese café culture. Verdun has several hotels, including the Sheraton and is a 10 minute ride from the heart of the city.

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