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Beirut, Lebanon

Paris of the Middle East

Flights to Beirut with Royal Jordanian

Royal Jordanian offers flights to Beirut, Rafic Hariri International Airport. Purchase your ticket directly from this page and travel to the city where the Western and Eastern cultures dance together on the shores of the Mediterranean.

Royal Jordanian offers comfortable direct flights to Beirut with affordable rates. Moreover, it ranks among the 20 safest airlines in the world! You can also take advantage of our Happy Friday offers to get your tickets at a discounted rate!

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    • 205.38 JOD
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Travel to Beirut, a city that survives history and celebrates life

Beirut, one of the 20 oldest cities in the world, has risen from its ashes so many times! This multi-cultural vibrant city is sure to captivate you with its glorious past and magical present!

Raouché and the Corniche: Beirut is a city surrounded by the sea. One of the must-dos is taking a walk on the Corniche up to Raouché (Pigeon Rock) and enjoy this beautiful landmark of Beirut. After long strolls, how about a hubble-bubble in one of the many cafés overlooking the sea? Or maybe enjoy a mouthwatering lunch or dinner by the Mediterranean?

Nightlife: Lebanese are people who enjoy life, under any circumstance! You may have a drink or go dancing in Downtown Beirut, Gemmayzé, Badaro, Mar Mikhael, Hamra and many other areas in or outside town! Lebanese parties start late… and continue until dawn! No need to worry; after your long night, many cafés and restaurants will be glad to feed you! Beirut, you rock!

Downtown Beirut: The heart of the city is a place where the old meets the new. You may sip a coffee before walking to the Roman Baths and take a glimpse of what the city was like during the Roman times. Nearby, you will see the Grand Serail and the Ottoman Clock Tower, a legacy of another era, that of the Ottomans.

Travel to the historical sites near Beirut

From Beirut, you may drive one or two hours to visit distinctive historical sites that you do not want to miss! These include:

Baalbeck: Located in the Beqaa plain, Baalbeck is one of the wonders of the ancient world. The monumental proportions proclaimed the power and wealth of Imperial Rome. The gods worshipped in the City of the Sun were Jupiter, Venus, and Mercury. Local influences are seen in the planning and layout of the temples, which vary from the Classic Roman design. Throughout the years, Baalbeck survived earthquakes and thefts; it still stands with pride!

Byblos: Visit the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world, which beginnings go back to at least 7,000 years! Located north of Beirut, the city was founded by the God El, according to the Phoenician tradition. The Greeks called the city “Byblos” which means “papyrus” in Greek because it was important in the papyrus trade.

Beiteddine: Located a few kilometers away from Beirut in Mount Lebanon, the palace is a testimony of 19th-century Lebanese architecture. It was built over a period of 30 years at the request of Emir Bechir El Chehab II, ruler of Mount Lebanon at the time. When visiting Beiteddine, you should not miss the nearby village of Deir Al Qamar. Both landmarks are witnesses of the 19th century’s history of Lebanon, which includes the Ottoman occupation and the French mandate.

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