Flights to Beirut (BEY)

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The Lebanese capital is a unique holiday destination and, once you’ve been, you can’t help but sing its praises. From the restaurants, rooftop lounges, luxury hotels and shisha cafes, to the mosques and monuments, it promises to be a memorable trip from the moment your flight to Beirut lands.

There’s no denying Lebanon’s turbulent past has left its mark, but Beirut’s famously hospitable residents don’t focus on that; they acknowledge their history, but look to the future. What you get as a result is an utterly modern city centre, from the European-style boutiques, cafes and courtyards of Place de l’Etoile to the hip venues of Gemmayze. And never far away are the carefully preserved historic sites, such as the Place Des Martyrs (Martyrs' Square) and the St George Maronite Cathedral. If you have enough time for a day trip from Beirut, you can visit other interesting historic sites, including the ancient city of Byblos.

There are also plenty of opportunities to get outdoorsy. Beirut is famous for being one of the few places where (depending on the season) you can ski in the mountains in the morning and be sunning yourself on the coast by the afternoon. The ski season runs from mid-December to early April. March is the best month to go, when the snowfall is more consistent.

The après-ski culture is rather different to Europe’s though – no one lingers in a lodge on the slopes drinking hot chocolate. Generally, once you’re done skiing, you head back to your home (or hotel) to relax and get ready for the evening. Beirut’s reputation as the nightlife capital of the Middle East is well deserved – you might find that you don’t see much of your hotel at all.

Visit the National Museum of Beirut

The National Museum of Beirut is a peaceful place to while away a few hours. There are some incredible finds to enjoy, including a limestone sarcophagus dating back to the 11th century BC. You can also learn how the staff have protected the precious artefacts over the years.

Corner of Museum Street
Damascus Street and Abdallah El Yafi Avenue
beirutnationalmuseum.com
+961 1 426 703

Party in Gemmayze

For the best of Beirut’s nightlife, skip the glitzy clubs and explore this fun neighbourhood instead. It seems like every time you turn a corner, you find a street with ever-cooler nightlife venues, plus a host of quirky lounges and dining spots to keep your energy levels up.

Rue Gouraud
Gemmayze
Achrafieh

Jai (South-east Asian)

This popular restaurant is rather cosy, with just a handful of tables, but despite its small size, it packs a big punch. Located in a quiet area of Hamra, the sizzling hot dishes are delicious. Expect all the classic south-east Asian dishes, from fried noodles to curries. Jai delivers and offers take-out too.

Myrtom House Building
Mexico Road
Kantari
+961 1 341 940
facebook.com/jaikitchen

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