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Shopping Mall
“ABC Mall is the busiest mall in Beirut. If you would like to have a coffee there you can go to Starbucks or Lina's. There is a variety of restaurants which you can try specially Leila a Lebanese food with a twist. You can shop the best brands within this mall. ”
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History Museum
“Its impressive, magnificently displayed collection of archaeological artefacts offers a great overview of Lebanon’s history and the civilizations that impacted this cultural crossroads.”
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Art Museum
“A fine collection of Arab and Lebanese art from the last 150 years housed in an old aristocratic mansion gifted by its original owner to the city of Beirut with the goal of turning it into a museum.”
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Midden-Oosters restaurant
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“All you need for amazing lebanese restaurants, lebanese bakeries, coffee shops and more...”
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Bar
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“Mar Mikhael is a residential and commercial neighborhood. It is a fashionable area with cafes, restaurants, pubs, art galleries, bakeries and shops”
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Lebanese restaurant
“It's authentic traditional, and natural homemade food of the best quality produce. Saturday brunch there is real treat.”
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Tourist Information Center
“Great post-war Architecture Great place to shop Part of down-town Beirut that was re-built after the civil war that ended in 1992 Has new department store designed by Zaha Hadid”
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Food
“Nice coffee shop right around the corner of our street in a little alley. Good selection of food and drinks, beautiful garden and rooftop setting.”
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Government Building
“Beirut Central District is the financial center of Lebanon, as well as the historical and geographical center of its capital. Severely damaged during the 15 year long civil war (1975-1990), it’s reconstruction constitutes one of the most ambitious urban redevelopment projects anywhere in the world. Now nearing its completion and successfully enjoying a vibrant second lease of life, here are 10 sights and activities to pursue in unique juxtapositions of old and new Beirut.”
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Shopping Mall
“Shopping mall with many food options, Leila is one of their best Lebanese restaurants!”
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Pub
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“Hamra is a highstreet in the heart of Beirut. Its 'the main street' and the surrounding area is filled with local business each with their own flare and value that they bring to the table. Bars, restaurants, shops and cafes. The streets parallel to it like Bliss has also got plenty of options to choose from for passers by. ”
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Midden-Oosters restaurant
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Harbor / Marina
“A nice beachfront area with many restaurants and coffee shops. Would not recommend thin healed shoes, as the flooring is wooden with gaps in between the tiles.”
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Park
“This is one of the last big parks in Beirut that are left over. As so many places in this city, this place has as well a historical story. This park is located on the green line which used to separate the fighting neighbourhoods. After many years of being closed for any citizens, it is finally again open to the public. It is a wonderful place to have a walk or a run. Especially very early in the morning it is magical since you will see the sunrise behind the mountains and the mingling of all kind of different people to do sports. ”
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Buurt
“Beirut’s traditional Gemmayze quarter is witnessing a hospitality renaissance. A quick walk (or a slow drive) down the newly-paved Rue Gouraud and its less populated cousin, the lower and parallel Rue Pasteur, reveals a changing landscape of restaurants and coffee shops, design and art spaces, modern boutiques, and offices—almost all of them new faces, save for a handful of Beirut institutions. Named after the lush gemmayze (sycamore) trees that once flourished there, the charming streets are lined with the traditional, low-rise architecture that now serves these new establishments.”
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Midden-Oosters restaurant
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“Amazing lebanese food and Marocan. Great for diners over weekend as people do dance there on arabic tunes as of 11:00 pm (Friday and Saturday). Quite crowded on Fridays and hard to get a reservation but walk-ins are allowed. ”
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