Reasons to Book Cheap Beirut Flights
Beirut is the capital of Lebanon. It is nicknamed, ‘European Gateway to Middle East’ and ‘Paris of Middle East’ because it is the commercial and financial hub of the country, besides being a national hotspot of shopping, fashion scenes, eclectic architecture and numerous sightseeing options. Beirut hosts cultural events like Beirut International Film Festival (in October), Beirut International Jazz Festival (in July) and Festival du Cinema Francophone (French Film Festival, held annually in March) in addition to some other music festivals in summer.National Museum of Beirut
The National Museum of Beirut is situated in Beirut. Lebanon. Opened in 1942 after World War 1, this museum is home to more than 100000 objects of archaeological significance that date back to prehistoric periods. Of special note here is are 3800 year old gilded bronze statuette of Phoenician divinity and 3000 year old limestone sarcophagus of a king and some votive gilded bronze statuettes of the same period.Corniche Beirut
The Corniche Beirut is a seaside promenade in Beirut. It is a popular spot among joggers and tourists for its scenic landscape that consists of palm trees with a vast waterfront view of the Mediterranean Sea and Mount Lebanon. There are three things that you can do here: - fishing, enjoying traditional street foods and taking a complete view of the local fashion (and lifestyle) here.Archaeological Museum of the American University of Beirut
Formed in 1868 AD, the Archaeological Museum of the American University of Beirut is the third oldest museum in the Middle East. It is home to a vast collection of prehistoric and historic artifacts. There’s a gallery displaying the evolution of pottery from the Bronze Age to the Roman era. Also of note, is a prehistoric collection of glass, pottery, coins, jewelry and seals. This museum has also excavated the remains of a 4000 year old fortification and 5000 year old remains of another building in the city.