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  • Flights from Greece to Beirut

    Welcome to Beirut, the “Paris of the Middle East”! If you would like to see where the west ends and the east begins, think about searching for cheap air tickets to Beirut, the proud capital of Lebanon! Eternally cosmopolitan and charming, Beirut is a treasured destination; boasting impressive colonial architecture, museums, cultural centres and innumerable restaurants, gastronomy and nightlife choices, Beirut is the perfect blend of tradition with modernism, sunny charm and exotic mystic beauty. Finding cheap hotels in Beirut is a quite easy task, as accommodation is not expensive; so what are you waiting for? Make your plans now!

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    Information about Beirut

    Beirut is the capital of Lebanon, traditionally a destination for the most cosmopolitan travellers. Despite the fact that the city had to be rebuilt almost from scratch more than once, Beirut retains its colonial charm, evident at its architecture, people and culture.

    World class museums, elegant architecture, modern art galleries and restaurants that would satisfy even the most tough ones and nightlife that’s famous all around the globe; Beirut sure has it all!


    Beirut’s airport (Aéroport International de Beyrouth–Rafic Hariri) is located 10 kilometres south of the city and is accessible by car and taxi.

    Getting around Beirut

    You can get around Beirut using the city’s extensive bus network. Fares start at 1,000.00 LBP and minimum taxi fare costs 10,335.53 LBP.

    Beirut Guide

    Your experience in Beirut begins at the coastal paved street known as “Corniche”, a popular meeting place and focal point of everyday life.

    At the end of the street, you’ll come across Beirut’s most significant attraction: The twin “Pigeon Rocks” are the city’s most recognisable natural landmark, offering stunning views of the city.

    Continue to some of Beirut’s museums that are not to be missed:

    • The Beirut National Museum boasts impressive archaeological collections with more than 1,300 items.

    • The Beirut Art Centre is an international contemporary art centre, housing exhibitions and focusing on sculpture, painting, photography, architecture, design and all kinds of modern art.

    • The Sursock Museum, housed in a renovated 19th-century mansion, houses more than 5,000 paintings, sculptures, ceramics and other items dating back to the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.
    A few kilometres south of Beirut’s city centre, you cannot miss Al Bass. This is the world’s most intact Roman archaeological site and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    Beirut’s official language is Arabic, but the majority of the locals are bilingual, with French – or sometimes English - being their second language.

    Visa Requirements

    To enter Beirut, you need:

    • a passport with a validity of 6 months after your travel dates

    • a tourist Visa, which you will have to print at the Lebanon embassy of your country, well ahead your journey

    When to Go

    You can visit Beirut all year round:

    The best time to visit Beirut is during spring and autumn, when temperatures are pleasant and humidity is low.

    Summer would also be a good choice, though you should expect really high temperatures, while winter follows the typical Mediterranean model of low temperatures and moderate/high humidity.

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