If you come to Lebanon, look for Lebanon packages that best fit your taste and budget. Traditionally, there is not a single place where you can gather all the information needed for your holidays in Lebanon. Whether you consult Lonely Planet Guides extensively or search for this information on the Internet. That’s why I was in Lebanon myself and I was passionate about the country and about tourism in general. In this article, I will give you tips on the 5 best free places to visit in Beirut, the Lebanese capital.
Beirut City Center
A walk in the old (but renovated) Beirut is a pleasure in itself. You can sit on the sidewalk around Star Square for a while, see people come and go and watch as time passes, surrounded by beautiful old buildings.
It’s a nice place, especially in the afternoon. Along the beach, you can reach the rocky site where two impressive rocks are in the sea. Some adventurous people can swim or even climb on the rocks and dive into the sea.
The Sunday Flea Market
This is where the local population and traders come to sell the items they no longer need or their cheap products. You will find old tools, old playboy magazines, old cameras, but also very cheap cotton items and Chinese products. You can even find a work of art.
The White Sand Beach
The white sand beach is 3 miles on the same line going from the rock to the south, the only public beach remaining in Beirut is a place to go, especially if your budget is down and you want to spend a sunny day swimming.
Gemmayze” Street: Not far from the city centre (5 minutes walk), you can engage in the most popular restaurants and bars street of Beirut. Although it has become a night gathering place, going there during the day is a must because of the old Ottoman style buildings that still characterize the place.