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A modern twist to the traditional old beirut souks with branded shops and stores. It is bery enjoyable to walk and shop since its partly outdoor and partly indoor. Parking is available as well.
A must visit when in Beirut.
Elegant part of town with mid to high end fashion shops. Not too crowded at night. Felt a bit like a tourist trap. A shawarma sandwich was $16 which seems a bit high. Safe for families but not worth much of a see unless you...More
Beirut Souks are a very modern part of the city you will not find the souvenirs that represents Lebanon, however the right place to find them is in a small city north west of Beirut around 35 Kilometers called Jubail... More
Beirut Souks are a very modern part of the city you will not find the souvenirs that represents Lebanon, however the right place to find them is in a small city north west of Beirut around 35 Kilometers called Jubail overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean sea, known to be the oldest city in the world, you will find plenty of historical souvenirs that represents Lebanon.
Back to Beirut Souks, prices are medium to high and they accept US dollars.
Finally, don't miss visiting the city of Jubail you will need a full day to visit the old souks, enjoy the boat ride and fine seafood cosines the city is famous for. Within a few kilometers from Jubail to the North another small city called Amshit that have a famous superb restaurant called (Babil Baher) with magnificent view to the Mediterranean and outstanding fresh seafood menu.