Great to walk at the corniche, check the med. sea and mountain view Notice the mix of culture and people Some has veils others blond hair! Great waves when it rains and there are wind
The Corniche is all along the seaside from the Beirut Harbour 'Zeitoonah Bay' to Manara. I recommend to have a walk along the corniche on a Saturday afternoon after having had a snack on the market in Downtown. In the early morning around sunrise, this place is becoming the hub of the sportive…
The Corniche is a seaside promenade in Beirut. Lined with palm trees, the waterfront esplanade offers visitors a magnificent view of the Mediterranean and the summits of Mount Lebanon to the east. Corniche Beirut has its foundation in the Avenue des Français, which was built during the period of the…
Beirut Seafront, where you meet the whole of Beirut mainly in the morning (Sport time) or late afternoon (Sport time and promenade time)
A beautiful, sunny and refreshing seaside on the Mediterranean. Take a walk, have juices and coffee on some bench, walk to the sands, swim, fish, meet the daily life of Beirut!
“There is a reason why so many prewar eateries are Beirut favorites: To survive, they had to be the best. And Barbar is just that. This snack bar opened in 1979 and hasn’t closed its doors since — not during the civil war, nor in the 2006 war with Israel. The chicken shawarma, marinated with cardamom and cinnamon, is an iconic Beirut dish.”
“Join us starting 6 pm, for beautiful sunsets and even more breath taking nights where we'll honor our glory days. The 60s in Lebanon were like a perfect woman; rough around the edges, but so gorgeous you could only think it was too good to be true. There's a reason they called Beirut “Paris of the Middle East” and it's due to it's amazing people, fine food, and extraordinary music. But all went down the drain when war struck our majestic country and the things we lost are too many to mention. We lost our train station; a truly golden aspect to our paradise. You might think that these days are long gone, but we hear your cries and we deliver. The train is back and with it brings back the glory of the goldne days. Join us starting 6 pm, for beautiful sunsets and even more breath taking nights with fresh cocktails, live grilled food, and great music. Allow us to help you relive a time that could only be described as art, a time where our train station was still gliding on its rails reminding us of a glorious time.”