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Museums of Beirut Day Tour
"Enjoy a fascinating introduction to Lebanon's vibrant history. The National Museum of Beirut holds countless treasures through which you will witness the living proof to the country's rich heritage. Mim gets its name from the 24th letter of the Arab precisely because it is the first letter of the Arabic words for museum minerals and mines. The museum exhibits more than 1400 minerals representing around 300 different species from over 61 countries. Then we will head to Lebanon’s central bank Museum where you will know more about the central bank’s roles and responsibilities in keeping the stability of the Lebanese economy and financial system.The last destination is a walk in Hamra streets where we will encounter shops restaurants
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Small Group Tour to Biblical Highlights of the Galilee from Jerusalem
"After you have been picked up from your hotel in Jerusalem drive to Tel-Aviv to start your exciting full day tour to the north visiting Nazareth and the Sea of Galilee. You will then be driven along the coast to visit the city of Nazareth where Jesus spent his childhood. Proceed to Tiberias and visit the history and the Jordan River. It is here that Jesus is said to have been baptized. Before ending your day and returning to point of departure you will stop to visit the famous baptismal site at Yardenit. Having followed in the footsteps of Christ you will be returned to the point of departure.""""Enjoy a fascinating full day trip to Israel's biblical highlights of the north visiting the town where Jesus spent his childhood
From $95.00
 
Full-Day Pearls of the Western Galilee Tour from Tel Aviv
"Meet your guide at your Tel-Aviv accommodations before departing through the coastal road to Caesarea the ancient Roman capital. Enjoy a walking tour of the site as you explore the ancient ruins and archaeological excavations including the aqueduct the palace and other fascinating findings. Afterwards head to the city of Haifa where you will stop for a panoramic view of the marvelous terraced Bahai gardens the port and the bay. Continue to Megiddo
From $103.00

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1 month visa on arrival free of charge

Visa Issuance for Eu citizens :Visa required, except for Nationals of EU travelingas tourist can obtain a visa on arrival at Beirut (BEY), for amax. stay of 3 months, provided holding...
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Language time

Hello : MarhabaHow are you? : kifakI am good : mashi al hal,How much :kamPlease : min fadlikYou are welcome: Afwanfar: baa idNear : aribbeautiful : jamilMoney : masari Why : leshWhere are you from:min...
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Mate (mati) drink

Mate in Arabic (mati)is south American drink but very popular drink in Lebanon,Is drunk with Massasa (strow )and hot water.Those who share the mate join in a kind of bond of total acceptance and...
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Have an Almaza

Lebanese people are very patriotic and take each chance to promote their local products. This is why, you can't leave Lebanon without enjoying at least a glass of their Almaza beer.Just to prove the...
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Lebanese visas

Travelers wishing to enter Lebanon must possess a valid passport with a visa obtained beforehand from a Lebanese embassy or consulate abroad. However, many visitors from other Arab states, the USA,...
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Reconstruction

You don't rebuild an entire country after 25 years of civil war in a week. In particular, you don't do it when the next twenty years are frought with civil strife, political crises, unresolved refugee...
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Destroying Heritage

Known for its beautiful mansions with red tiled roofs and Gothic windows, Beirut has seen many of them disappear over the years to make way for new developments. Such is the story all over the world,...
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Together!

On my first visit to Lebanon in March 2005, I had the opportunity to see the country during interesting times. Demonstrations were being held at Place des Martyrs on a daily basis in which people...
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The Legend of Saint George

One of the most important saints in eastern churches, Saint George, the dragon slayer, also happens to be the patron saint of Beirut. Here and in churches around the world, he is always depicted...
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Solidere

Solidere is the name of the urban renewal project for the reconstruction of Downtown Beirut or BCD, following the destruction inflicted by the Civil War. Solidere, which was founded in 1994, is an...
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Lebanese Food: Man'ouche

Zaatar (Thyme & sesame seeds), Gibnee (Cheese - Halloumi or Mozarella), Vegetables or a mix...The manouche, mankouche or manqouche is the Lebanese pizza!!The dough is made up of flour, yeast,...
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All about the Argileh or Shisha!

There are so many different names for this unique smoking device. Some call it a argileh, nargileh, hookah, water-pipe, shisha, etc. The Argileh (NARGILE as it is known in the Middle East) has been...
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Queen

The Queen with no doubts...Waiting near the seashore, and it is a beautiful way to celebrate being in Lebanon, next time I promise you baby, we will have ride, and we will do the titanic scene hehe!!!...
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Balloon

Another sign, we have signs everyday, we know we are doomed to have signs every single day, we never stopped to have since the first day we knew each other, and we are sure to have till the last day...
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Top Hotels in Beirut

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Minet El Hosn, Beirut, Lebanon
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Phoenicia St, Ain El Mreysseh, Beirut, 11-1267, Lebanon
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Mme Curie Street, Verdun, Beirut, Lebanon
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General de Gaulle Avenue, Raoucheh 2038 6908, Beirut, Lebanon
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Avenue de l'Independence, BP 167 197, Achrafieh, Beirut, Lebanon
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Leisure Hills Complex, Dbayeh, Beirut, 2501-1305, Lebanon
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Top Things to Do in Beirut

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Al Amin Mosque

Besides the architectural beauty and the fact that it seems to be the guardian of Beirut downtown, the Hariri Mosque has a strong political and social importance. It is called the Hariri Mosque (one...
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Al Omari Mosque

The Mohammed Al Amin Mosque is a impressive mosque with blue domes, similar to the Blue Mosque of Istanbul. An imposing architecture just off Downtown Beirut, it's also the place where former Prime...
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Baalbek

A must see - I believe it is the home of largest Roman Temple in the world. And the site was much larger then I anticipated (actually home to over 3 temples) and was a stop along an ancient trade...
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