Beirut in Summer
Beirut in Summer Reviews
Summer Fun in Beirut... Jun 25, 2011
While the whole Middle East is riding the wave of the popular uprisings, Beirut is booming with tourists in search of sun, fun; good food and good mood.
And Beirut has plenty to offer...
From clear pristine Beaches (20 mins away) to Downtown walks; Amazing Museums to renowned NightLife; in Beirut you have the embarrassment of riches.
The Absolutely not to be missed Things To Do are:
*Do not leave Lebanon without visiting Baalback and Byblos ancient cities (4000 years and 8000) and the Cedars;
*Go clubbing in SkyBar (Best open air club on the Mediterranean); B018; Iris; or Capitol;
*Visit one of the Many Beaches (Batroun, Jyye, Rmaileh...);
*Go for an extensive walk in Downtown Beirut (fully restored to its former glory);
*Attend one of the international Festivals (Baalback, Beiteddine, Byblos...);
*Visit the Jeita Grotto: One of the New 7 wonders of the World;
*While most restaurants in Beirut and Lebanon in General offer very high quality food (by international standards) do taste lots of Lebanese foods (at Leila, Burj El Hamam, Mounir, etc.) as the best of Lebanese cuisine is obviously found in Lebanon!
*Most of all: Enjoy the Joie de Vivre that Lebanese will share with you!
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