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Buses to Beirut from Aleppo cost 300 SP and takes about 6 hours. When I travelled it took 6,5 hours as it took quite long time at the border. The buses leave from Karajat Hanano (Ibrahim Hanano) an to go there by taxi from the clock tower is 25 SP.
In Beirut the bus stops at Charles Helou Station.
I travelled with Serraj bus company, which had good confortable buses and gave everyone a small bottle of water in the beginning of the ride.
If you are going from Damascus the beses leave from Baramke bus station and it takes about 4 hours to Charles Helou in Beirut.
Written Dec 18, 2005
Car rental is available at the air port which can be less expensive on the long term.And Lebanon is developing it`s street signs which sometimes can be helpful or it can be
My husband and I usually rent from (City Car rent -a-car).
a small car usually cost us 28USD$ per day.
Updated Dec 4, 2005
To go around beirut :
it is easy to use the (service)taxi, where you share the taxi with other passengers,this will cut on the price but this taxi only goes in a certain route,which makes it more expensive if you want to be dropped off at a certain place.
Updated Dec 4, 2005
I was going to go from Beirut to Amman, but was told it was much more expensive to go direct. It is cheaper to go to Damascus and change there. I took a service taxi from Beirut to Damascus for 15 000 LL (10 dollars) and it took less than three hours. In Damascus I found a service taxi to Amman (500 SP) that was leaving just after a few minutes. Three years I travelled the other way round (Damascus to Beirut) with bus. It was of course cheaper, but took about four hours with border crossings.
Both buses and service taxis leave Beirut from Charles Helou Station.
Written Aug 17, 2005
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Written Jul 14, 2005
To go to Aanjar you take a minibus from Cola station to Chtaura, where you change to a service taxi. To go to Cola station I paid 1000 LL for the service taxi (I said alf (1000) as I stopped it but thought the driver was going to say 2000 LL, which he didn't). The minibus from Cola to Chtaura was 3000 LL and it took about 1 hour. The service taxi to Aanjar from Chtaura was 2000 LL (and that was what everyone had told me). Leaving Aanjar the man at the ruins said I should pay only 1000 LL for the service to go back to Chtaura. To get the service back I walked down to the main road and there I just waited a few minutes before a service came. Back in Chtaura the bus was just about to leave for Beirut.
Back in Beirut I wanted to go to Hamra. From Cola there are three city buses going there, number 1, 3 and 12. The city bus cost 500 LL.
The prices are from June 2005.
Written Jul 6, 2005
Buses & the service taxis are the best way to move around in Lebanon.
They are reliable & almost on time.
Furthermore, you can avoid dealing with some crazy drivers on the Lebanese roads !
Also a good opportunity to see Lebanon when you move around.
A service taxi looks like a mini van, smaller than a bus of course...
Written Jun 23, 2005
The best way to go around Lebanon is defintely by car. Public transportation is very little organized. In case you dont have a car and you want to mouve inside the town better to take a taxi. There is also what is called SERVICE like a taxi but you may find yourself with four other people inside the car. You dont need to look for a SERVICE they will find you. Relatively you pay very cheap to go in a SERVICE.
Updated Oct 27, 2004
We went to Lebanon with the ship. It was two nights cruise and we could spend there about seventeen hours. Instead of taking the ship trips, that would cost us $400 for just 8 hours, we arrange before we went there a mini bus for ten people with its driver. The price we agreed was $120. With that money he was driving us all these hours everywhere we’d like and was waiting us as well. He also recommended us some really nice places to go and I’m happy we trusted him, because it was worth it.
Updated Sep 13, 2004
Bus to take you in a group tour is really a good solution to make a roam in the most famous places in Lebanon!
The only bad thing that you have to obey the graphic,
But after the daily program and in every evening you can be free and do what ever you want.
Written Aug 30, 2004
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