Maghen Abraham synagogue
Tucked away to the north of the Grand Serail, between Rue France and Wadi Abou Jmil, are the remains of the once grand Maghen Abraham...
The magnificently restored Roman baths should not be missed.
Place des Martyrs
Place des Martyrs has been the location of some of the largest ever Lebanese public gathering, notably the March 14th demonstration held...
Situated downtown, Al-Balad remains ever-popular. With traditional Lebanese cooking prepared to its own special recipes, this is one of...
Lonely Planet review
The Grand Serail, a majestic Ottoman-era building that has been restored to its former grandeur and now houses government offices should not be missed. The roads around the Grand Serail, however, are largely blocked off at present in a tangle of tanks and razor-wire, so you may not be able to get as close as you'd like.