See the highlights of Tyre with a guide, and gain a depth of understanding of The city that has many ancient sites, including the Tyre Hippodrome and it is one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world. Also known as Saida, you will visit the city of Sidon that has been inhabited since very early in prehistory and was the most powerful city-state of ancient Phoenicia. A final stop in Our Lady of Awaiting also known as Our Lady of Mantara, a Marian shrine in Maghdouché, Lebanon, believed to be the one where the Virgin Mary rested while she waited for Jesus when visiting Sidon. This tour includes admission ticket and lunch as well pickup and drop-off from your hotel.
Operates: Daily 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 .
Pick up from your hotel in Beirut and join our small group tour to Sidon, Tyre & Maghdouche
Discover the small sea castle of the city of Sidon and enjoy the view of the sea
Visit Soap museum of Sidon and get to know about soap production
Visit Khan El Franj
Visit Debbane Palace
Wander the old souks of Sidon
Head after to Tyre and explore the UNESCO-listed archeological sites of Tyre
Have a lunch at a local Lebanese restaurant
Head after to visit our lady of Awaiting in Maghdouche
What's Included? ✓ Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off ✓English-speaking driver ✓ Entrance fees to Sidon Sea Castle ✓ Entrance fees to Soap Museum of Sidon ✓ Entrance fees to Debbane Palace ✓ Entrance fees to Tyre Archeological sites ✓ Lunch at local Lebanese restaurant ✓ Local Guide in Tyre What's Excluded? X Gratuities X Personal Expenses
Sidon, known locally as Saida, is the third-largest city in Lebanon. It is located in the South Governorate, of which it is the capital, on the Mediterranean coast. It has many tourist attractions including the sea castle, soap museum, khan el franj, and much more..
Tyre is one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world, though in medieval times for some centuries by just a tiny population. The city has many ancient sites, including the Tyre Hippodrome, and was added as a whole to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1984.
Maghdouché, a charming village located in the south governorate of Lebanon is famous for its touristic site the Lady of Awaiting or Mantara with 8 meters bronze statue of the Virgin Mary, who is believed, used to wait for Jesus while he was preaching in Sidon.