Modern, comfortable, central... surrounded by cafes and restaurants, it's pleasant to shop there - not the cheapest in Lebanon, though pleasant!
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…
When you are in Beirut, first thing you need to look into is the old Beirut, within the downtown area there are a lot of historical places that you can visit which shows the ancient beirut along with old churches and mosques. Within this area there are a lot of nice restaurants where you can have…
I really recommend the "Layers of a ghost city - Downtown Beirut walking tour" to really understand the history behind the city center's architecture.
“Beirut City Centre is one of the biggest malls in Lebanon. You can find many shops as well as restaurants and cinemas.”
“Em Sherif is a fine-dining Oriental restaurant that offers unique, authentic Oriental cuisine which brings back forgotten traditional flavors. Very good food, you eat a lot but expensive.”
“Historical building on the green line on Damascus street. Recently opened Museum that is focusing on the reconciliation process of the Lebanese. ”