* See the Cedars of Lebanon, the Jeita Grotto and Harissa * Soak up the sophisticated atmosphere of Beirut * Visit one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world at Byblos Read more ...
* See the Cedars of Lebanon
* Soak up the sophisticated atmosphere of Beirut
* Visit one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world at Byblos Read more ...
Best time to be there
Mediterranean and warm, Lebanon has three hundred days of sun and can be visited throughout the year. Most of the average rainfalls occurs between November and March with June through to August often completely rainless.
Beirut (British Airways - daily & Middle East Airlines - daily)
4 hours 50 minutes direct
GMT +2 hours
Required - obtainable in advance or on arrival - passports with Israeli stamps are restricted from entry
Yellow fever certifcate required if travelling from an endemic area
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LEBANON WITH A&KIt's a tasty Lebanese recipe. Blend several rich cultures with ancient history, architecture and traditions, then stir with dramatic Mediterranean landscapes, and sprinkle with Beirut's re-born sophistication. The result? An exotic, cosmopolitan destination that's A&K guests tell us they adore.
To get the most from Lebanon's diverse attractions and unlock its complex past and stunning archaeological sites, you need highly qualified specialist and local guides. A&K guides. We select our team to match your specific interest be it Phoenician history, Lebanese wine or top-notch cuisine, from spice tours, to the ultimate baklava. Add in the best vehicle fleet and our experienced consultants who understand the country's rewards and challenges, and we can offer safe seamless travel through this small but hugely interesting nation.
Take an Abercrombie & Kent luxury holiday to Lebanon in 2014 and we'll show you how Beirut - once dubbed the Paris of the Middle East for its French influence, European architecture and al fresco café culture - is being re-built into a vibrant city. You'll see the reconstruction projects of Solidere and the National Museum, the Jeita grottoes before catching the cable car to Harissa for memorable views of Beirut's bay.
Suggested Lebanon Accommodation Offers
Le Gray is a contemporary luxury hotel as stylish as the city of Beirut itself, and located in the smart Beirut Central District. It offers cool, modern interiors...
The Hotel Albergo is a magnificent residence and a member of the renowned global organization, Relais & Châteaux. A city mansion, it boasts a delightful ochre façade that hides...
Unashamedly modern, The Four Seasons Beirut soars skyward above city and sea, a sail capped tower at the edge of the Mediterranean. It is a sleek, towering landmark above the Corniche...
Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea with its majesty and grandeur, Phoenicia InterContinental stands proudly at the heart of Beirut, a few minutes from the city’s major shopping areas and the vibrant downtown...
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I tracked the Susa group which is the one I really wanted to see - it was almost as if gorillas were tumbling out of every bush, shrub and even at times they seemed to fall from the sky.
- MM, Edinburgh
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