King's Suites Hotel

Australia Street-Raoucheh Area, Beirut, Lebanon
King's Suites Hotel
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Forum Posts

Walking Tour - Beirut

by jcroash


Can anybody recommend a good walking tour of Beirut. My wife and I are visiting the city from 01 to 05 Oct 2010. I am aware of the highly recommended, unfortunately they are not operating their tours during our visit.

Any advice please ?

Re: Walking Tour - Beirut

by Ronza

Helo. u can contact a tour guide to take you for a private tour. To have a guide contact u can call the ministry of tourism once u arrive at the following number: +961 1 340940
Or u can send me an email on my inbox and I will get you a guide number

Re: Walking Tour - Beirut

by OussamaHarb

It's cool to do it in

-Downtown area
-Gemmayze street (during the night )
-Hamra street
in addition to the sea coast from Ein Mrayse , Rawshe, to Ramle Bayda.

Re: Walking Tour - Beirut

by Ronza

How was your trip? hope you enjoyed Lebanon

Travel Tips for Beirut


by Moustafa_LB


AUB Archeological Museum
Beirut, Bliss Street,
Founded in 1868, the American University Museum is one of the oldest museum in the Middle East. It holds an important collection of objects coming from Lebanon and neighboring countries, covering the period from the Early Stone Age to the Islamic era.

Life goes on

by sachara

Walking between the Hamra area and downtown Beirut we saw a fruit market along one of the streets leading in the direction of Place des Martyrs.
Along the both sides of the street were fruitstalls with oranges and other fruit.
And then somewhere in between heaps of ruins, which not have been removed yet.
And of course, the daily life goes on, with or without traces of devastations by the war.


by Moustafa_LB

No vaccinations are required for entry into Lebanon. Good medical care is available especially in urban areas, and doctors generally speak French and English. Public facilities exist, but for high quality care, private clinics and hospitals are more recommended


by marimar_72

In the summer Beirut is hot and very humid,so be prepared for it.tempretures will be as high as 32C in Aug.
Take lots of shorts and sleevless tops,,you will need your swimwear too.
In winters weather can be cold and rainy tempretures will fall to 5-10C by night.
Take an umbrella,boots and an over coat.

The Dead in the City

by malasli

Reminiscent of 9-11, there is a place where you are welcome to pay your respect to the murdered ex-prime and his bodyguards and the nurse, buried right in the city center, a place that is sheltered under a tent and has an exhibition about the reconstruction of some of Beirut’s buildings for which the former prime minister aid out of his own private pocket, near the cafes. The victims are buried in the center not because they died there—they died closer to Ain Al Mresse, the corniche area, but because the former prime minister helped to rebuild the city center and hung out there a lot.

When I went with my new friend, they still had (some…) of the silver footsteps glued to the ground leading to the restaurant where he took his last meal. I didn’t take a photo of the hole torn into the ground, near the Regis, out of respect—hated the tourists getting thrills out of ground zero—but you’ll see some Beirutis slow down in their cars or stop just to memorize the people who died. The impact was so great that it shattered many windows of nearby buildings


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