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We will start at the National Museum displaying collection of archaeological artefacts offers a great overview of Lebanon’s history and the civilisations that impacted this cultural crossroads. Highlights include the famous, much-photographed Phoenician gilded bronze figurines found buried near the Obelisk Temple at Byblos; a series of human-faced Phoenician sarcophagi and a frescoed Roman tomb, these latter in the outstanding basement, reopened in 2016.

Followed By Martyrs Square n iconic landmark. Named in 1931, it was set up as a tribute to martyrs executed by the Ottoman rule.

Afterwards we will visit Mohammad Al Amin Mosque, The Old Churches, Downtown Beirut, Roman Baths, Beirut Souks, and Raoucheh Rocks.

We will head to Deir Al Qamar “Monastery of the Moon” a village located south-east of Beirut in south-central Lebanon,it’s a unique Lebanese town restored and maintained in centuries-old style, preserving feudal architecture, old stepped streets, and walled gardens.

We will end the day at Beiteddine palace complex, Lebanon’s best example of 19th century architecture. Built by Prince Bashir, the palace is now used as a summer retreat for the president of the Lebanese Republic, and as a backdrop for many movie sets. Explore the golden walls, suspended gardens, and courtyard fountains, then enjoy a spectacular view of the complex from the village of Deir Al Qamar.

Cost $75 Per Person
(Couples Get a Discount)

Cost Includes:
1 – Entrance Fees
2 – Guide
3 – Lunch
4 – Hotel Pick Up and drop off
5 – Snacks
6 – Air Conditioned Vehicle

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