Immerse yourself in Beirut’s fascinating cultural highlights, then step into the world of Mount-Lebanon Emirs as you make your way from Deir el Qamar village to Beiteddine palace. Explore the iconic landmarks of Beirut including the Pigeon rocks, Martyr's Square, Mosques, Cathedrals and many other attractions. Visit Deir el Qamar, a village with beautiful sceneries, and continue to Beiteddine palace, Lebanon's best example of early 19th century Lebanese architecture. Enjoy the personal experience of a small-group tour, with insider tips and advice.
Operates: Every Tuesday & Friday
Starts: 8.00 am
Duration: 8 hours
Adults: $95 USD
Children: $80 USD (4-12 years)
Group Size: Maximum 15
Meeting Point: We pick up all travelers from
Hotel & Airbnb in Beirut .
✓ Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off
✓ Entrance fees to the National Museum
✓ Entrance fees to Beiteddine Palace
✓ Lunch at local Lebanese restaurant
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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.
Situated in Lebanon’s historical heartland of the Chouf Mountains, Deir el Qamar, “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.
Beit El Din where the famous Palace built by Emir Bachir ll in the 19th century. It is a small town and the administrative capital of the Chouf District. Beiteddine palace is remarkable for its glamorous arcades, multicolored mosaic floors, reception room, harem and hammam.