Wiener Haus Hotel

Lyon Street Hamra, Beirut, Lebanon
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Possible October Trip

by Jana721972

I am looking at possibly visiting the beautiful city of Beirut again in October. The last time I visited was a year ago, in August. What is the temperature and humidity like in the middle of October versus how it was in August. As far as clothing, would I still be looking at packing mainly shorts and tank tops, or is it cool enough for jeans and t-shirts?

Also, how close is the Radisson in terms of walking to the downtown area? In the past I have stayed in the Raouche district and Hamra districts, but, wondering how this area where the Radisson would be. I have done most of my "exploring" on tours outside of Beirut and am looking at trying to get to some of the sites within the city. Any suggestions?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Re: Possible October Trip

by Badoura

The walking distance from Radisson to "Nejmeh sq." (I guess that is what you're referring to as downtown) would be approx 1,5 km.

Weather: Certainly not as hot and humid as August, but certainly above 30 C at its warmest. You could also have occasional heavy rain showers, the probability of this increasing towards the months end. Bring a sweater if you're going up in the mountains.

Re: Possible October Trip

by shh_silence

October will be a nice time to visit , would not be hot nor cold yet , usually in october temprature is around 20 degrees , u could encounter some rain (not heavY).
radisson martinez is in ain mreisseh area , not too far from downtown around 30 mns walking . but as u know beirut is too small . so hamra is a great location too

Re: Possible October Trip

by OussamaHarb

Hello , due to the global warming it's difficult to predict.
In general it will be sunny and cool, but occasionaly it might be cloudy and rainy.Humidity will decrease comparing to August.
Jeans and T-shirts would be good.

I dont know what are you interested in specifically, but I'd be delighted
to help you decide depending on your desires .

my msn is:
mobile : 00961 70 49 23 70

Re: Possible October Trip

by Jana721972

Thank you everyone for the advice, it is greatly appreciated!

Travel Tips for Beirut

Along the Green Line

by MalenaN

Many houses along the former green line still bear obvious signs of the destruction during
the war. Others are newly restored.
The Green Line was the border between the Christian east and the Muslim west during the war.

New Year's Eve in Beirut

by daaaniel

Celebrating New Year's Eve over a mezze and a bottle of Ksara at Restaurant Istambuli. And later, walking the crowded corniche where happy pedestrians and mad chauffeurs we're showing their truly senses of happiness. These people know how to party!

Lebanese Currency & Banking

by Moustafa_LB

Movement of currency in and out of the country and all exchange transactions are completely free of any kind of control. Foreign currency can be exchanged at any bank or at money exchanges found in main business areas. Travellers cheques are accepted. The monetary unit is the Lebanese Pound. Currently, over 80 banks operate in the country and transactions are performed efficiently and at low cost.

Don t forget!

by NatassaPL

Don t forget to take with you some elegant clothes. The lebanese they dress very nice and elegant, don t go for a dinner in a styish restaurant in your jeans, they will not tell you nothing, but you will not feel nice between so nice dressed people.


by Moustafa_LB

Visitors to Lebanon must have a valid passport and a Lebanese visa. Visas are delivered by Lebanese diplomatic missions abroad.

Tourists from the US and many Arab and European countries can obtain visas at the airport or any Lebanese border upon arrival.


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