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If you like history, this place is the place to go in Lebanon with its amazing historical sites. and if you like beach, Tyre has the best beach in Lebanon, it has the rocky and it has the sandy beach and both are amazing and...More
Visited on a day trip from Beirut, it takes roughly one and a half hours to drive from Beirut city centre. These ancient Roman ruins are well preserved and especially the Hippo dome was cool to see. The biggest of its kind in the world....More
Great buzzing area with lots of great restaurants and entertainment.
Easy access to some fantastic town in the south of Lebanon,
Worth visiting when visiting Lebanon. The south of Lebanon has some of the best beaches and entertainment spots,
A must visit area .
Tyre offers a great range of historical periods - from a Hellenic necropolis to a mind-blowing Roman Hippodrome, you’ll find yourself totally immersed in Lebanon’s ancient history. They’re well preserved, with decently priced entry, and most importantly devoid of the crowds that ruins usually attract....More
There is Little to be seen in Tyr outside the old town , the ruins and the beach. Lot of tourists development projects are planned for the area , but until then , the city is ideal for short stays.
An Ideal trip to Tyr...More
Tyre hippodrome dates to the 2nd century. It is 90 meters wide, 480 meters long, had a capacity of about 40,000 people, and was built for chariot races. In the center was a large granite obelisk.
On both sides were meeting places for the supporters...More
We went to Tyre.the beach is great,the fortress is near the water .there is another one but we didn’t go.we set in a restaurant and just beside us was the beach.very clean as place.nice place to rest.the beach is free
Greek, Roman and Byzantine remains mingle in 2 archaeological sites here at Tyre. The first set of ruins was originally on an island, before Alexander The Great built a causeway to it (which has subsequently silted up). The other site is 30-min walk away and...More
On a tour organized by the Greek Community of Beirut we were able to visit both Tyre sites with an excellent guide. I highly recommend the visits. As it is very hot either early morning or late afternoon. On the way back you should also...More