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*Fares displayed are cached fares and have been collected within the last 24hrs and may no longer be available at time of booking.

Flights to Beirut

Welcome to Lebanon's dynamic and international capital city of Beirut. Prepare to discover a city rich in history, culture, and charm as you set out on your journey with SalamAir. 
  
The city of Beirut has become one of the Middle East's most vibrant travel destinations. Everyone will find something to enjoy in this diverse city, from the vibrant modern scenery to the historic ruins. 
  
The Pigeon Rocks are a pair of spectacular cliffs that rise from the Mediterranean and are among Beirut's most well-known attractions. A walk along the Corniche or a leisurely meal at a neighboring cafe both offer stunning backdrops thanks to the cliffs, which are a natural wonder. 
  
The National Museum of Beirut is another must-see destination in the city, showcasing Lebanon's rich cultural legacy through its sizable collection of antiques and exhibitions. This museum offers an intriguing look into the history of the city and the surrounding area, showcasing everything from Phoenician artifacts to Roman mosaics. 
   
The cuisine of Beirut is a sensory feast, with everything from flavorful kebabs to seasonal seafood. Naturally, no dinner would be complete without a sweet treat, washed down with a large cup of Lebanese coffee. 
 
You'll find a city that is full of excitement and surprises as you tour Beirut with SalamAir. This destination is sure to capture your heart and leave you wanting more. 
 
SalamAir operates direct flights to Beirut! Use the widget below to book your next budget-friendly dream destination.

Things To See

Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque

One of the biggest mosques in Beirut, Lebanon, and a breathtaking architectural marvel, is the Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque. Anyone interested in Islamic architecture and heritage must visit this mosque, which is situated in the center of the Beirut.

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Beirut Souks

The Beirut Souks provide a distinctive shopping experience for visitors wishing to indulge in some retail therapy. Traditional Lebanese architecture and contemporary design are combined in the souks, which have stores offering anything from high-end clothing to handcrafted items.

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National Museum of Beirut

Going to the National Museum of Beirut can be the greatest way to fully immerse yourself in the city's rich heritage and culture. This widely recognized museum is home to a substantial collection of historical items and displays, such as Phoenician artifacts and Roman mosaics.

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