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Are you visiting Lebanon for 3 Days? Here is a Trip Itinerary on what to do and see during your stay.



Day 1




First visit the Pigeon Rocks in Rawcheh.

Have a drink at one of the roadside outdoor cafes overlooking the rocks.

See the monumental natural arch jutting up from the Mediterranean.

There is a trail that leads in the beach in front of the Rocks. Locals are offering boat ride in and around the Rocks with small fishing boats (~LBP22,500 ~Ts€14 ~US$15).


Walk the 5 Km Corniche (The General De Gaulle Avenue that then links up with Paris Avenue) all the way down to the Beirut Marina.


Visit both the Saint Georges Hotel and the Phoenicia Hotel that suffered during the 1975-1976 “Battle of the Hotels” of the Lebanese Civil War. These hotels featured in numerous films.


Walk to see the Grand Serail (Governmental Palace)


Afterwards visit the Nejmeh Square (Place de l’Etoile) in Downtown Beirut.

While there see the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Saint George which is the Mother Cathedral of Orthodox community in Beirut and the oldest church of the city. The Cathedral is attached with an underground small crypt Museum.

Go behind the cathedral to see the blue dome of the Mohammed Al-Amin Mosque.


Walk east of Nejmeh Square towards Martyr's Square to see the Martyr's Statue Monument.




Have coffee and something to eat at:


Doumani, Bayrut, Lebanon



Walk towards Ashrafieh to go visit the

Sursock Museum(Contemporary Modern Art)

Sursock Street, Ashrafieh

OPEN: 10:00am - 6:00PM

The building itself is a perfect example of the typical 18th century Lebanese palace. Lebanese and international art is permanently displayed in the intricately preserved interior.




Take a TAXI to:

The Jeita Grotto

A compound of crystallized caves in Lebanon located 20km north of Beirut in the Valley of Nahr al-Kalb (Dog River). This grotto is made up of two limestone caves, upper galleries and a lower cave through which a 6230m long river runs. Geologically, the caves provide a tunnel or escape route for the underground river. In this cave and galleries, the action of water in the limestone has created cathedral-like vaults full of various sizes, colors and shapes of stalactites and stalagmites, majestic curtains and fantastic rock formations. The total length of the cave is more than 9000 m and there is one among the biggest stalactites in the world hanging 8,20m. The grotto accommodates a huge hall with a distance of 108m from the ceiling till the water level.

OPEN: Tuesday-Sunday 9am-5pm.

Adult LBP 18,150 [€12]


Take a TAXI back to Hamra Street to go window shopping!


Purchase Lebanese sweets at:

Amal Bohsali - Hamra - Pastry

Beirut, Lebanon


In late afternoon visit the campus of the American University of Beirut [AUB] to see the Issam Fares Institute building designed by Zaha Hadid.


Have dinner at a “Lebanese” Restaurant


After dinner visit the

Casino du Liban

in Maameltein, Jounieh



Day 2




Take a TAXi toJounieh

From Jounieh take the Teleferique to the

Shrine of Our Lady of Lebanon (Notre Dame du Liban) in Harissa



Haret Sakher, Jounieh

Peak Season: 10am - 10pmOff-Peak Season: 10am to 6pm

Adult LBP 11,000 [€7] RETURN





Visit Byblos and have Lunch at a Fish Tavern near he Harbor




Visit Mt. Lebanon

Visit the Gibran Museum in Bsharri


Visit the Cedars of God forest and the Cedars ski slopes




Day 3




Take a TAXi to visit the

Baalbek Roman Ruins


Afterwards go wine tasting at “Chateau Ksara'

in Ksara




Find a “Lebanese” Restaurant to have Lunchat Zahlé

After Lunch visit the Beiteddine Palace




Visit Qana (Cana)

Cana is known as the place where, according to the Gospel of John (2:1–11), Jesus performed his first public miracle, the turning of a large quantity of water into wine at a wedding feast when the wine provided by the bridegroom had run out.


Than Visit Tyre:

See the Ruins of Tyre


On the way back to Beirut visit the city of Sidon to see the Sidon Sea Castle


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