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Day or night, a beautiful walk in the old city and good place to buy souvenirs

A quaint souk, with scattered coffee shops and restaurants, you can find lots of souvenirs, and... read more

Reviewed yesterday
solotraveler96
Spent 3 heavenly days in old Byblos.It was a surreal experience

I loved walking around the old souk- talking to people and eating the best food in the world. I... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Reviewed yesterday

A quaint souk, with scattered coffee shops and restaurants, you can find lots of souvenirs, and personalized gift ideas, towards the end (closer to the sea) of the souk there is an old church (ND de la porte, the Gate’s lady), and as you continue...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

I loved walking around the old souk- talking to people and eating the best food in the world. I bought some priceless Lebanese artifacts. The people of Byblos touched my heart.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Old souk area that has been nicely redone. If you follow it until the end it will lead you to Byblos Castle. You'll find pretty much whatever you need there in terms of souvenirs. Prices are in keeping with other towns in Lebanon.

Thank Cindy C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The roads are mostly bumpy pebble roads so be prepared if you have a stroller. A few blocks worth of restaurants and souvenirs shops. Mostly redundant items and menus. Nothing impressive to see, time better spent elsewhere to be honest. People here not as friendly...More

Thank shatterah
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The old souk is ok. Some touristic shops and some open air pubs at night. Should be visited while in byblos

Thank Noor S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Old souk of Byblos harbours plenty souvenir shops and cosy restaurants and cafés. It is very relaxing to walk around under the shades of sun protections within the historical oldtown of Byblos.

Thank Thomas D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Its a nice place but i did jot feel that its a grand old souq as it shows in the pics it is full of bara and a good place for night life

Thank doama_80
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It’s around 45 minutes away from Beirut downtown , but it worth the visit, full of nice restaurants and many souvenir shops specially the fossils shop , it’s a nice way to end your day, you need around 3 hours in here

Thank Walid101
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

beautiful old souk full with character , nice and cheap items u can grab, amazing food, specially seafood restaurants. i go there every time i visit lebanon.

Thank thetravellad
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Charming city with a lot of attractions, the old Beaufort up on the hill, an old Romanian theater near the old port of Byblos, in the middle old churches not far from a mosque the symbol of coexistence; the old building of the school and...More

Thank Ziad A
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Maral J
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Response from sanikoli | Reviewed this property |
Hi the old souk is a part of Byblos village,there are many restaurants there(on this road) which each one might have their own program. So you have just to follow them on newspapers they used to write about their... More
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