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Reviewed today

It's great spot for the scenery/views. Teleferico was unfortunately broke for a while, so we had to wait almost an hour, which made the experience bit worst. Good spot to walk bit up there and enjoy the views

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Reviewed yesterday

wow. i had no idea what to expect and my expectations were exceeded, this would have to have been my highlight, this was an absolutely beautiful and peaceful sight

Thank Renee T
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Lebaneese Lady of Harissa is located at the top of the mountain, you can reach it by 3 ways: teleferique,hiking thru the forest, by car. Under the statue there is a church and behind it as well. There is a souvenir shop and a shop...More

Thank Marina A
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our Lady of Harissa, is a beautiful place, holy and peaceful. Even though it was a little hot in June, it was really worth it.

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Take the Teleferique round trip. You can buy tickets right there so no need to pre-book. The views are spectacular and it’s easy to take Uber from Beirut. Once at the top if you are wearing a top with spaghetti straps or shorts that are...More

Thank KarenG515
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A pleasant place to sit, pray, or take pictures. Nice views of the city and neighboring mosque. Modesty is required for women and they will loan you a scarf to cover arms and shoulders if needed. Head covering not required.

1  Thank katbear7
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Going up with the funicular was fun and once you arrive at the top, you will have an astonishing view. There is not much else to do up there (just a couple of restaurants/cafés which are probably totally over priced) but it is worth a...More

1  Thank hillebrandsteph
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very inspirational place, you could see whole Beirut and the golden hour while sunset 🌅 it is really an amazing site should be visited when you are in lebanon 🇱🇧 Highly recommended

1  Thank Mona S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Harissa is a stunning must see attraction during your visit to Lebanon, from the cable car to the historic statue of the Lady of Harissa, the christian churches & the souvenir shops.

1  Thank Mahmoud N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Honestly, whatever I say here is not gona do this place any justice, so make sure this is on your bucket list because you will not believe until you see!

Thank Kamal S
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Response from HA12014 | Reviewed this property |
Normally it's better to have long pants but if the short is not so short that's ok ... in general you have only small indication mentioning the code of wearing but in general if it is not too short no one will say anything... More
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Response from Nicolas H | Reviewed this property |
Well regarding the Bus, it depends where you are staying, but for best transport, yu could call 1213 ALLO TAXI. About the opening hours, they will start at 10:00 am. Enjoy visit one of the best Lebanese touristic Religious... More