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Beirut, Lebanon is an amazing city. It’s a city that’s been through a lot, but the people hold it together. In this simple and fun travel guide to Beirut, we’ll eat some delicious food and visit some of the famous sights of Beirut. #Beirut #Lebanon

Kamel – Feryal Boutique:

Feryal – Mouneh Boutique ( – Kamel and his family source the best food products and ingredients from across Lebanon. I bought some sour young grape juice and pomegranate molasses to bring home to Thailand with me. Go say hi to Kamel when you’re in Beirut!

Basterma Mano ( – The highlight here is the soujouk on the shawarma, and it’s delicious. The basterma is good too, but the soujouk was the winner for me. Soujouk Sandwich – 5,000 LBP ($3.32)

Mossis Restaurant ( – Since we were in the area, Kamel knew another sandwich shop he’d been going to for years. We had roast beef, soujouk, and the kind owners gave us a plate of basterma on the side – delicious. Sandwich – 6,000 LBP ($3.98)

Al Falamanki Raouche – This is a cafe and restaurant serving all sorts of Lebanese food, and one of the highlights of coming here is to enjoy the amazing views of the iconic Raouche Rocks – Pigeons’ Rock. It’s not cheap, but a very nice place to hang out in Beirut.

Next on this tour of Beirut, we stopped at the beautiful Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque and Saint George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in the heart of Beirut. And lastly, we walked along the gorgeous Corniche Beirut waterfront.

Hotel Albergo ( – We were invited for a rooftop sunset drink at the top of Hotel Albergo, a beautiful historical hotel in Beirut. The view was outstanding, and a perfect was to finish a day in Beirut.

Hope you enjoyed this simple Beirut travel guide!



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40 thoughts on “Tour of BEIRUT, LEBANON – Attractions, Food, Coffee, and Best Mediterranean Views!

  1. 5:00 what is writen on the wall is :"love you country not with you lips but your heart . Love her sea .love her mountains .love her soil(or dirt) and she will love you with her heart and fruits .
    Micheal Naayme

  2. Wow! The contrast/mixture of the French, Arab, ancient, and modern architecture (including the scars of war) is absolutely fascinating! Not to mention the Mediterranean, just beautiful. I have to come to Lebanon some day!

  3. I remember when RIP Anthony Bourdain was there filming, when a war broke , and they were basically stranded in the hotel that they stayed.

  4. Now where is the Love button? Lebanon!👀Wow! 🕍🌄🛳🥝🍇🍝🦐🐟🍹🎶🎥🎉 Mark you're the best! So happy to tag along on these amazing trips, each time, I am🗻🏝🌅💥😀 captivated by these refreshing scenes!

  5. Love your videos. Especially of Lebanon. I used to live there many years ago! I am addicted. Planning a long trip. Do you ever go to Morroco? That´s on my list too. Let me know. All the best. Riyad

  6. The mosque is beautiful, but the minarets are oversized and it takes up so much space. It should have been lowered and more balanced with the rest of the buildings. But no one would dare criticize. The worst is the call to prayer. I’m Muslim, but I don’t need to pay 5 million dollars for an apartment and be woken up so early by speakers blasting.

  7. The Lebanese are amazing. If the civil war was in any other, they cannot recover this quickly. Lebanon is amazing and so much fun.

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