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(FDT/1) Byblos – Tripoli

This tour begins with a half-day visit of Jbeil or Byblos the Phoenician city known to being the oldest continually inhabited town, where you visit the Crusaders' castle, the Phoenician temples, and the Roman theatre, the Royal Necropolis and to enjoy a lovely promenade on its port. Enjoy a typical oriental lunch at a local restaurant in Jbeil. Continue further down the northern cost to reach the second largest city of Lebanon Tripoli. It is a modern city known to have preserved jealously its medieval old religious edifices and public buildings. In the old town where you can see the Crusader Castle of Raymond de St. Gilles, mosques of Mameluks period, Koranic schools, oriental Bazaars & souks and a Turkish bath named Hamman Izzeddine.

 

(FDT/2) Byblos – Cedars

This tour begins with a half-day visit of Jbeil or Byblos the Phoenician city known to being the oldest continually inhabited town, where you visit the Crusaders' castle, the Phoenician temples, and the Roman theatre, the Royal Necropolis and to enjoy a lovely promenade on its port. Enjoy a typical oriental lunch at a local restaurant in Jbeil or Besharre town. Continue the tour towards the Cedars, which is known for its pine trees forest of biblical times lying at an altitude of 1600 to 2000m. It is also known for its winter skiing resort. The road to the Cedars passes through the magnificent Kadisha Valley, the picturesque villages of Hadeth and Hasroun leading you to Besharre the hometown of the famous Gubran Khalil Gubran the international poet of Lebanese origin. A museum is there for tourist to learn about the poets work.

(FDT/3) Tripoli – Cedars

This tour stars with the visit of the second largest city of Lebanon Tripoli. It is a modern city known to have preserved jealously its medieval old religious edifices and public buildings. In the old town where you can see the Crusader Castle of Raymond de St. Gilles, mosques of Mameluks period, Koranic schools, oriental Bazaars & souks and a Turkish bath named Hamman Izzeddine. Continue the tour towards the Cedars, which is known for its pine trees forest of biblical times lying at an altitude of 1600 to 2000m. It is also known for its winter skiing resort. The road to the Cedars passes through the magnificent Kadisha Valley, the picturesque villages of Zghorta and Ehden leading you to Besharre the hometown of the famous Gubran Khalil Gubran the international poet of Lebanese origin. A museum is there for tourist to learn about the poets work. A typical Lebanese lunch will be served in Besharre town.


(FDT/4) Lebanese Mountains

A full day tour to some picturesque summer resorts of Mount Lebanon: Beit Mery, Broumana, Baabdat, Khenchara and Bickfaya. During the visits, you will stop for lunch at one of the famous Lebanese restaurant. You could finish your tour with the visit of our Lady of Lebanon at Harissa

(FDT/5) Sidon – Tyre

Drive south along the coast to Sidon. The visit starts with the "Castle of the Sea" a crusader's castle of the 13th century, the Khan El Frange, a typical Caravan Serail. After you've enjoyed the remain of our southern Phoenician town, we will stop for a typical Lebanese lunch. Continue further down the southern coast to Tyre to visit the Necropolis excavations, the Monumental Arch and the spectacular hippodrome, second largest and best preserved of the Roman era. Two kilometers ahead, visit of the imperial city excavation, which offers a majestic avenue toward the sea giving access to the residential area, with its remarkable designed public monuments.

 (FDT/6) Sidon - Echmoun – Beittedine

Drive south along the coast to Sidon. The visit starts with the "Castle of the Sea" a crusader's castle of the 13th century, the Khan El Frange, a typical Caravan Serail. After you've enjoyed the remain of our southern Phoenician town, we will stop for a typical Lebanese lunch. Continue 1km further toward the south to visit Echmoun. A garden known as Bustan El Sheikh where

trees blossom around its temples. On the way back to Beirut we will visit Beiteddine Palace the magnificent Palace of Emir Bechir known for its masterpiece of the oriental architecture, which became now a days the Lebanese president summer residence.
(FDT/7) Baalbek – Anjar

Early departure to Baalbeck, road climbs to the path of Dahr El Baidar, then down to the magnificent Bekaa plain. A short stop at Chtaura, then proceed to Baalbeck to visit the most colossal monuments ever to be found in the Roman period; the Temple of Jupiter with its sumptuous columns, the richly decorated Temple of Bacchus and the original pentagonal Temple of Venus. Typical lunch at a local restaurant, then continue the tour to visit Anjar, the unique fortified city in Lebanon built as early as the 8th century by the Ommeyad Caliph of Damascus. It is known to be "The desert of the Palace"

(FDT/8) Baalbek – Damascus

Early departure to Baalbeck, road climbs to the path of Dahr El Baidar, then down to the magnificent Bekaa plain. A short stop at Chtaura, then proceed to Baalbeck to visit the most colossal monuments ever to be found in the Roman period; the Temple of Jupiter with its sumptuous columns, the richly decorated Temple of Bacchus and the original pentagonal Temple of Venus. Typical lunch at a local restaurant, then continue the tour towards Syria where clients will get to visit the lovely town of Damascus. A sightseeing, which will include: the Omeyad Mosque, the AzemPalace, Anania's Crypt, St.Paul's window, and the colorful bazaar before returning to Beirut.

 


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