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I advise you to have some can that can explain about Beirut. you can find some events on Facebook... read more

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alialssayed
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Tartus, Syria
A must when in downtown

Even though there is not much to see, it is still a must to pass by and check the remains of this... read more

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Alain A
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Beirut, Lebanon
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Very close to the parliament, these roman baths are an interesting spot to be seen. Part of the journey of the city

Thank Jaunesse B
Reviewed 1 week ago

I advise you to have some can that can explain about Beirut. you can find some events on Facebook as 'Beirut free tours' a wonderful young guy that explain to the tourists about the history of this part of Beirut.

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Thank alialssayed
Reviewed 1 week ago

Even though there is not much to see, it is still a must to pass by and check the remains of this roman bath in downtown Beirut when you are walking through the old/renovated city center.

Thank Alain A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

These Roma. bathes located under the parliament hill are actually not accessible to people as they fall in a deep pit. Although they are very interesting to look at, there is nothing done to keep a visitor standing for more than 5 minutes at the...More

Thank gsnreviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very interesting and well preserved roman ruins of Beirut. It good place to visit within a walk through downtown of Beirut. It is within walking distance of the Place L'Etoile.

Thank Thomas D
Reviewed 23 May 2018

Very interesting, very well preserved site. You look down from pavement above. Shows all the original features of how Roman Baths worked.

Thank Steamingaround
Reviewed 10 May 2018

The most amazing part of looking at the Roman Baths is to imagine how the were operating almost 2000 years ago. The size is huge and just by looking at the construction I am amazed. Well worth a view, of cause you cant walk around...More

Thank Chokk
Reviewed 24 April 2018

Difficult to find, but certainly great to see. Great renovation, not much of explanation on the site itself.

Thank BDV12
Reviewed 30 March 2018

Hidden between the Banks' streets and the Grand Serail, this historical site is a very interesting attraction in the middle of downtown. You can sit on the stairs and admire this 2000-year-old structure that once was part of the Roman city of Berytus.

Thank Elyas A
Reviewed 27 March 2018

After spending two days visiting places like Baalbeck and Byblys... this was a big disappointment. It was over run with weeds and rubbish. We almost missed it , it is so poorly marked. Amazing to think it still exists in the middle of a 7000...More

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Nothing at all. It's right in the centre of town. You can walk all around the baths and look down into it you just can't actually go in amongst the ruins.
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