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Cheap Flights to Beirut

Irrespective of its loud, troubled past, Beirut is a mesmerising jewel of a city located on the Mediterranean coast of Lebanon. This cultural haven is also one of the oldest cities across the globe and is showcased in the records maintained by the ancient Egyptians. Due to its Mediterranean climate, it’s temperature is well-suited for travellers flying amid April and June.
Most of the Beirutis speak French and this is because of the rich French colonial history and speaking a little bit of it can take you a long way in the city - a simple “Bonjour” while entering a cab, cafe, shop or a mall can help in building an impressive initial impression. All you have to do is book your flight to Beirut and the moment you step out of the flight, you will be swept away by the European and Middle Eastern culture’s interwoven tapestry which is loaded with happening night life, cafe, tasty cuisine and beaches, enough to build the reputation of the city of “The Paris of the Middle East.”
If we talk about attractions and architecture, drive for about 2 hours to reach Baalbek, a place that will stun you for sure. Admire the 1800-year-old structural masterpiece, the Bacchus Temple - intricate inscriptions and enormous beams are a must see. Other famous attractions of Beirut are Mohammad al-Amin Mosque, the National Museum, Achrafieh’s art movie, the Hamra Street, etc.

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