LEBANON - 4 Days

LEBANON
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Day 1
Arrival

Welcome to Lebanon! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!

Day 2
Byblos

After having breakfast you will be meeting your tour guide and start your journey from Beirut.

Just North of Beirut is Byblos which is Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage site that predates recorded history. Archeologists have found proof of life there from each layer of history, from Neolithic remains to relics of the empire and Byblos’ time beneath French rule. It’s the country’s location at the intersection of the Mediterranean and Arabian world that we are able to convey for this.

Aside from its obvious small-town Mediterranean charm, excavation has lots to stimulate guests at intervals its Medieval town walls: a picturesque harbor, souks, the Crusades-era Church of St. John-Mark, ancient Lebanese homes, mosques, a wax depository and a fossil depository, St John the Baptist Church and excavation Castle – all tumbling down from a mountainous scenery.

Day 3
Best in Beirut

On your third day you will head to Jetta Grottos - The Ruins of Kings in Zouk Mosbeh. You can ride on a toy like train and explore the place around. Next stop will be another insider secret: the Ottoman-era Zouk Michael which is a quaint kind of street. You can stroll around and have a quality time at it.

Day 4
Departure

Now it’s a time to say good bye to Lebanon. You will be transferred to your hotel, made check out there, move to the airport and board your flight back to your home country.

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Day 1
Arrival

Welcome to Lebanon! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!

Day 2
Byblos

After having breakfast you will be meeting your tour guide and start your journey from Beirut.

Just North of Beirut is Byblos which is Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage site that predates recorded history. Archeologists have found proof of life there from each layer of history, from Neolithic remains to relics of the empire and Byblos’ time beneath French rule. It’s the country’s location at the intersection of the Mediterranean and Arabian world that we are able to convey for this.

Aside from its obvious small-town Mediterranean charm, excavation has lots to stimulate guests at intervals its Medieval town walls: a picturesque harbor, souks, the Crusades-era Church of St. John-Mark, ancient Lebanese homes, mosques, a wax depository and a fossil depository, St John the Baptist Church and excavation Castle – all tumbling down from a mountainous scenery.

Day 3
Best in Beirut

On your third day you will head to Jetta Grottos - The Ruins of Kings in Zouk Mosbeh. You can ride on a toy like train and explore the place around. Next stop will be another insider secret: the Ottoman-era Zouk Michael which is a quaint kind of street. You can stroll around and have a quality time at it.

Day 4
Departure

Now it’s a time to say good bye to Lebanon. You will be transferred to your hotel, made check out there, move to the airport and board your flight back to your home country.

Day 1
Arrival

Welcome to Lebanon! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!

Day 2
Byblos

After having breakfast you will be meeting your tour guide and start your journey from Beirut.

Just North of Beirut is Byblos which is Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage site that predates recorded history. Archeologists have found proof of life there from each layer of history, from Neolithic remains to relics of the empire and Byblos’ time beneath French rule. It’s the country’s location at the intersection of the Mediterranean and Arabian world that we are able to convey for this.

Aside from its obvious small-town Mediterranean charm, excavation has lots to stimulate guests at intervals its Medieval town walls: a picturesque harbor, souks, the Crusades-era Church of St. John-Mark, ancient Lebanese homes, mosques, a wax depository and a fossil depository, St John the Baptist Church and excavation Castle – all tumbling down from a mountainous scenery.

Day 3
Best in Beirut

On your third day you will head to Jetta Grottos - The Ruins of Kings in Zouk Mosbeh. You can ride on a toy like train and explore the place around. Next stop will be another insider secret: the Ottoman-era Zouk Michael which is a quaint kind of street. You can stroll around and have a quality time at it.

Day 4
Departure

Now it’s a time to say good bye to Lebanon. You will be transferred to your hotel, made check out there, move to the airport and board your flight back to your home country.

Located on the geographical area of the Mediterranean, Lebanon is at the meeting purpose of 3 continents: Europe, Asia and Africa. Asian nation has been the Carrefour of the many civilizations; the traces of which might still be seen these days. Its country may be a place of rocks, cedar trees and sumptuous ruins that look down from the mountains to the ocean.

Day 1
Arrival

Welcome to Lebanon! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!

Day 2
Byblos

After having breakfast you will be meeting your tour guide and start your journey from Beirut.

Just North of Beirut is Byblos which is Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage site that predates recorded history. Archeologists have found proof of life there from each layer of history, from Neolithic remains to relics of the empire and Byblos’ time beneath French rule. It’s the country’s location at the intersection of the Mediterranean and Arabian world that we are able to convey for this.

Aside from its obvious small-town Mediterranean charm, excavation has lots to stimulate guests at intervals its Medieval town walls: a picturesque harbor, souks, the Crusades-era Church of St. John-Mark, ancient Lebanese homes, mosques, a wax depository and a fossil depository, St John the Baptist Church and excavation Castle – all tumbling down from a mountainous scenery.

Day 3
Best in Beirut

On your third day you will head to Jetta Grottos - The Ruins of Kings in Zouk Mosbeh. You can ride on a toy like train and explore the place around. Next stop will be another insider secret: the Ottoman-era Zouk Michael which is a quaint kind of street. You can stroll around and have a quality time at it.

Day 4
Departure

Now it’s a time to say good bye to Lebanon. You will be transferred to your hotel, made check out there, move to the airport and board your flight back to your home country.

Temple of Bachus

Baalbek’s Temple of Greco-Roman deity is commonly represented because the most superbly adorned temple within the Roman world, and it’s actually one amongst the most effective preserved.

Baalbek Ruins

Dominating the middle of contemporary Baalbek, this excellent Roman temple complicated is one amongst the center East’s major anthropology highlights. The monumental Temple of Jupiter impresses by its sheer scale.

National Museum of Beirut

Located on the previous boundary line, this can be Beirut’s major cultural establishment. Its spectacular, magnificently displayed assortment of anthropology artefacts offers a good summary of Lebanon’s history and therefore the civilization.

Day 1
Arrival

Welcome to Lebanon! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!

Day 2
Byblos

After having breakfast you will be meeting your tour guide and start your journey from Beirut.

Just North of Beirut is Byblos which is Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage site that predates recorded history. Archeologists have found proof of life there from each layer of history, from Neolithic remains to relics of the empire and Byblos’ time beneath French rule. It’s the country’s location at the intersection of the Mediterranean and Arabian world that we are able to convey for this.

Aside from its obvious small-town Mediterranean charm, excavation has lots to stimulate guests at intervals its Medieval town walls: a picturesque harbor, souks, the Crusades-era Church of St. John-Mark, ancient Lebanese homes, mosques, a wax depository and a fossil depository, St John the Baptist Church and excavation Castle – all tumbling down from a mountainous scenery.

Day 3
Best in Beirut

On your third day you will head to Jetta Grottos - The Ruins of Kings in Zouk Mosbeh. You can ride on a toy like train and explore the place around. Next stop will be another insider secret: the Ottoman-era Zouk Michael which is a quaint kind of street. You can stroll around and have a quality time at it.

Day 4
Departure

Now it’s a time to say good bye to Lebanon. You will be transferred to your hotel, made check out there, move to the airport and board your flight back to your home country.

Currency  

Lebanese pound

Best Time to Visit  

December

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Flights
Language  

Arabic

Religion  

Muslims, Christian

 

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Price From AEDد.إ3,620/person

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