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Beit Eddine

Beiteddine, Lebanon
+961 5 500 077
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Beiteddine and Deir El Qamar Half-Day Trip from Beirut
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Beiteddine, Lebanon
+961 5 500 077
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Reviewed 27 July 2012

We visited the Beit Eddine palace but there was a great big stage up in the main court for the upcoming festival. The palace is very nice but more interestingly were some smaller palaces in the surrounding areas that were converted to hotels that were...More

Thank Jean L
Reviewed 23 July 2012

I like the place during the day and night. The museum during the day and the night life around it.

Thank Zaki A
Reviewed 19 July 2012

We visited a house of wax style home on the way to beit-eddine. it took quite a while to reach from beirut i must add to get here. in Beit-eddine you'll see a number of old stone style drawings, and carpets, the view however from...More

1  Thank JKalmoni
Reviewed 19 July 2012

The palace is huge but what I really ike is the gardens and fountains

Thank ExperienceWorld
Reviewed 18 July 2012

almost one and half trip by car from beirut. You pass through a beutiful and greenery mountans. You can stop on the way to visit Deir al amar and moussa castle and museum; both were beutiful. I enjoyed my visit and took a lot of...More

1  Thank samehshaheen
Reviewed 18 July 2012

Beit Eddine is a place to see. One of the oldest palaces in Lebanon, and while you're there, pay a visit to Deir El Kamar. Very nice villages located in the Lebanese Mountains (Chouf)

Thank BeirutDiva
Reviewed 11 July 2012

This place is a living history that dates back to ancient Egyptian times to current history. The palace is extensive, nice, reflects its history. Worth seeing, but I would rank as 2nd or 3rd on a list if time is short. The architecture and furnishings...More

Thank Krikor D
Reviewed 9 July 2012

Beautiful construction. Very tourist friendly. The hammams and mosaics are the best!

Thank JubiladosMagnificos
Reviewed 5 July 2012

about one hours drived up the mountains..this little town is so pretty...and the castle is worth a visit.

Thank Shereen M
Reviewed 1 July 2012

This Ottoman fortress built on the peak of mountains is definitely a must to do in Beirut. You can get a taxi for all day to go there combined with some other locations. On the way, you could visit other places as well. The ceramics...More

Thank Golzari
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Brianna C
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Response from Danessia | Reviewed this property |
Hi, at the site Itself there are not guide tour booth or visitor center available, but several local travel agencies and even hotels can arrange this trip, unfortunately I have no clue about the applied price. My best... More