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“street art” (2 reviews)
“graffiti” (6 reviews)
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Gemmayzeh Street, Beirut, Lebanon
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Wonder down and take in the quiet residential area. There are a few small shops, café and hotel. It doesn’t take long to get back to the hectic streets below. Its not a 'must see' but worth taking the time if you visit the Sursock...More

Thank threehens
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It’s a famous historical stairs in beirut, it’s related the gauraud street to sursock street.. on 21 June every year they do the music festival over these stairs

Thank Manoul
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Reviewed March 9, 2018

For once a place in Beirut where there are no cars passing by, but only pedestrians. Pleasant ambiance with some green and Meshmosh hotel with prices as steep as the stairs.

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Reviewed December 7, 2017

This old stairway is a good shortcut for walkers in downtown Beirut. It is a quick way to get from Independence Ave. to the waterfront.

Thank NickHobgood
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Reviewed November 23, 2017

The stairs themselves are a piece of history, however the buildings, side streets, shops and street art that border the stairs are also an interesting distraction.

Thank CarolynL6
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Reviewed November 12, 2017

a must when you stroll down the main street in Gemmayzeh. there are a couple of these stairs. This one the widest.

Thank michael c
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Reviewed October 28, 2017

When they are not hosting any events, this is just another stairs with some restaurants and shops frequented by couples to sit and have a romantic interlude in lonely unlighted corners. Do go up them if you want to tick off a touristy spot in...More

Thank UNNIMAYA
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Reviewed July 18, 2017

I asked to x miss who work in the 4 season hotel, abouth a place more lebanesse than the so new ,so the same luxury and comercial restaurants of Zaituna bay, she toldme walk straight to Gemmayzeh street, and enjoy. I did it and It...More

2  Thank salvadorvillazon
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Reviewed June 24, 2017

The stairs are an interesting spot to visit but not a must see. There are many stairs in the city similar to this one (the city is built on hills) but these stairs are located in the very nice Gemmayzeh neighborhood and are sometimes used...More

Thank HannaDiab
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Reviewed June 22, 2017

I actually use those stairs for workout and when i am taking a break from a run. I also use them for a small chat with my friend late noon.

Thank lynnmounzer
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