Small Group Tour From Beirut
Beirut, the capital city, is one of the oldest cities in the world. The journey starts from here. Where the diversity of this city is the key of charm. Our next stop is all the way to Beit El Din to visit the Palace which has an interesting story. The day has just begun, we continue the road to Deir El Qamar to visit the Kaysarieh, Note Dame Church and Fakhreddin Mosque.
Beirut "Paris of the East"
Beirut, the capital city and the largest of all the other cities in Lebanon, hold a diversity like no other, a mixture of old and new cultures and architectures designs can be seen and felt everywhere.
Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the city offers astonishing views and experiences.
Starting the day from here , the first location to visit is the National Museum dated from prehistoric times up to the Ottoman era ,next destination is the downtown where there is a mixture of religious location like the Blue Mosque, and three other Churches and where tourist can take a tour in the modern souk for shopping.
Then the roman bath and the Zaytounay Bay are our next visit in Beirut.
Beit El Din where the famous Palace built by Emir Bachir ll in the 19th century.It is a small town and the administratif capital of the Chouf District , located 45km southeast Beirut , near Deir El Qamar, seperated by a steep valley.
It is remarkable for its glamorous arcades, multicolored mosaic floors, reception room, harem and hammam. Visitors were mostly fascinated by the palace museum, since it exposes the Canaanite Phoenician works of art, a wide collection of Middle Ages arms, traditional costumes and Jewellery, mainly in silver.
Today Beit El Din, with its museums and its gardens, is one of Lebanon's major tourist attractions.
Deir El Qamar
Deir el Qamar - It is known as the capital of the emirs who ruled Mount Lebanon for centuries under the Ottomans.
Situated in Lebanon’s historical heartland of the Chouf Mountains, Deir el Qamar — the “Monastery of the Moon” — is one of the most famous towns in Lebanon because of its well-preserved features and the important role it played in the country’s history.
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Deir el Qamar not only preserves its grand feudal architecture, it maintains its old stepped streets, walled gardens, ancient winding cobbled alleyways and picturesque corners.
Deir el Qamar owes its unusual name to a massive rock discovered during the construction of its main church, Saïdet el Talle - the Church of Our Lady of the Hill - which has been destroyed and rebuilt many times.
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