7 Days trip in Lebanon

Budget: 3000 USD - 3000 USD Beach activities City sightseeing Cultural experiences Festivals/events Food exploration Historical landmarks Nightlife Outdoor adventures Shopping Wildlife exploration Spa and wellness retreats
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Lebanon is a small Middle Eastern country with a rich history, diverse culture, and stunning natural landscapes. It offers a unique blend of modernity and traditional charm, with beautiful beaches, lush forests, and picturesque mountain villages. The Lebanese people are known for their hospitality and love for food, and the country's cuisine is renowned worldwide.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to LBP
LBP 15,033
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Pigeon Rocks

    120 minutes

    Visit the natural landmark, Pigeon Rocks, which is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving.

  2. National Museum of Beirut

    180 minutes

    Explore the rich history and archaeology of Lebanon at the National Museum of Beirut.

  3. Gemmayze

    120 minutes

    Experience the vibrant nightlife of Beirut in Gemmayze, home to many delicious restaurants, bars, and clubs.

Day 2

  1. Jeita Grotto

    180 minutes

    Explore the amazing natural wonders of Jeita Grotto, which also has a rich historical significance.

  2. Byblos Old Souk

    120 minutes

    Stroll through the Byblos Old Souk, a historic marketplace dating back to 2000 BC, where you can buy souvenirs as well as explore the Lebanon's cultural heritage.

  3. Zaitunay Bay

    120 minutes

    Relax and indulge in the luxurious dining and spa experiences of Zaitunay Bay.

Day 3

  1. Raouche Seafront

    180 minutes

    Embark on a nature tour exploring the diverse sea life in the beautiful Raouche Seafront along with walking along the pedestrian boardwalk.

  2. Al-Omari Mosque

    120 minutes

    Visit the Al-Omari Mosque, an important historic and religious site of Beirut and Lebanon.

  3. Mar Mikhael

    120 minutes

    Continue discovering the city and exploring different dining and bar options in Mar Mikhael, famous for its nightlife and culinary scene.

Day 4

  1. Baalbek

    240 minutes

    Visit the ancient ruins of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Baalbek, including the sprawling Roman temples dedicated to Jupiter, Bacchus and Venus, and other notable landmarks around the city that dates back to 3rd century BC.

  2. Anjar

    150 minutes

    Visit the Umayyad Ruins of Anjar, a unique cultural mix of early Islamic Cosmology and ancient Roman architecture.

  3. Beirut Souks

    120 minutes

    Visit the famous Beirut Souks, post-industrial shopping area with plenty of options ranging from high-end branded stores to local grocery stores around the festive events throughout the city.

Day 5

  1. Beirut Art Center

    120 minutes

    Visit the art exhibitions in Beirut Art Center, an international space dedicated to contemporary art and media, along with exploring the city's street art and graffiti.

  2. Al-Baba Sweets

    30 minutes

    Try the famous Lebanese sweets from Al-Baba Sweets; one of the oldest and most renowned sweets outlets in Beirut.

  3. Skybar Beirut

    120 minutes

    Enjoy the captivating views of the city at Skybar Beirut along with indulging in the exquisite dining and nightlife experience.

Day 6

  1. Faraya

    240 minutes

    Head to the Faraya village and explore the rugged mountains that are home to diverse wildlife, with activities like skiing and snowmobiling during the winter season and trekking and hiking in the warm months.

  2. La Crêperie Restaurant

    60 minutes

    Relax and experience the fine-dining in La Crêperie Restaurant featuring a panoramic view of the mountains, accompanied by the excellent spa and wellness facilities.

  3. Gärten by Uberhaus

    120 minutes

    Experience the buzzing night at Gärten by Uberhaus, one of the trendiest clubs in Beirut, hosting many notable events, international DJ’s and celebrities for the ultimate nightlife experience.

Day 7

  1. Sursock Museum

    120 minutes

    Visit the iconic Sursock Museum, featuring an inspiring collection of modern Arab art and architecture and introducing the visitors to the contemporary Lebanese art scene.

  2. Beirut Art Fair

    180 minutes

    Visit the annual Beirut Art Fair that showcases contemporary artwork from the Middle East and North Africa, and beyond.

  3. Le Gray Beirut

    120 minutes

    In the evening, head to the impressive rooftop pool and bar of Le Gray and enjoy the sunset with premium dining and shopping experiences.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-30 USD per night
70-150 USD per night
40-100 USD per night


10-20 USD per trip
Public Transportation
5-10 USD per day
Car Rental
30-70 USD per day


Street Food
3-5 USD per meal
Casual Dining
10-20 USD per meal
Fine Dining
50-100 USD per meal


Entrance Fee for Museums/Historical Sites
5-20 USD
Day Trip to the Cedars of God
100-150 USD
Hamman/Sauna Experience
50-100 USD

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