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Cheap air tickets to Beirut

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Last minute flights to Beirut

Departure Fri, 31 May Return Mon, 17 Jun
SYD Sydney
BEY Beirut
return from $1,442
Departure Fri, 14 Jun Return Sun, 16 Jun
FCO Rome
BEY Beirut
return from $493
Departure Mon, 27 May Return Sun, 09 Jun
CDG Paris
BEY Beirut
return from $325
Departure Tue, 04 Jun Return Sun, 09 Jun
AMM Amman
BEY Beirut
return from $410
Popular flight routes to Beirut
Sydney - Beirut
return from $1,646
Stockholm - Beirut
return from $629

Beirut vacation

Beirut sights and attractions

Beirut is one of the most charming and vibrant destinations in the Middle East. This ancient city has a very fast-paced vibe, so don't come here expecting a lazy holiday. The city is full of an excellent array of museums, nightclubs and restaurants, all waiting to be explored. Whether you're visiting Beirut to immerse yourself in some old world charm, or simply coming to get a glimpse of its trendy bars and cafes, you won't be disappointed. The locals are some of the friendliest people you'll ever come across, so book those air tickets to Beirut and come experience hospitality at its best.

Things to do in Beirut

You'll always come across something exciting to see and do in Beirut. It's one city full of contradictions. You'll find old minarets, mosques and restored colonial relics as you draw close to the area that was once the Green Line. There are also plenty of modern shopping centres plus wining and dining opportunities in this city.

Reserve your air tickets to Beirut and see what this ancient city has to show you:

  • Take a trip to the Grand Serail—an Ottoman-era building that now houses government offices
  • Spend the morning at Sursock Museum and see the attractive Lebanese and contemporary works of art on display
  • Take a tour of the Robert Mouawad Private Museum known for its stunning collection of antiquities, furniture and carpets
  • Make a stop at Corniche for a coffee. It's an excellent waterfront area that welcomes families, tourists and groups of teenagers
  • Head to Sanayeh Public Garden to practice some inline skating
  • Visit the Souk el Tayeb—a farmer's market held every Wednesday and Saturday
  • Check out Saifi Village, Beirut's creativity hub known for its designer boutiques and art galleries
  • Take a guided tour of Beirut city to uncover its rich past and stories lurking behind the old walls
  • Visit the underground B018 club for a night of partying
  • Take a look at the Archaeological Museum at the city's famous university—the American University of Beirut
Beirut

Airports in Beirut

The main airport that serves passengers travelling to and from Beirut is the Rafic Hariri International Airport. The main terminal is connected to the East Wing and the West Wing. Both Wings have their own departure gates and cafes. Passengers have to use the main terminal to travel from one wing to the other. The main terminal is spread over four levels. You'll find duty-free shops, restaurants and cafes on the ground level. Visitors don't have access to the duty-free area and are only permitted to enter the waiting area or the eateries.

  • Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Thinking of booking air tickets to Beirut? Here are the top carriers to this airport: Air France, Alitalia and Belavia.

    Location

    This airport is approximately 9 km away from the city centre.

    Transportation

    You could either take a taxi to get around in Beirut or hire a rental car. Once you get to the city, you'll be able to find bus services that operate throughout Beirut.

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