Chapel Of Ananias
The old cellar is reputedly the house of Ananias, an early Christian disciple who baptised St Paul. The crypt church has multilingual...
St Paul’s Chapel
Marks the spot where, according to the biblical tale, the disciples lowered St Paul out of a window in a basket one night so that he...
The most popular nightclub in town, a bar/restaurant at Bab Touma that morphs into a club on Thursday and Friday nights and occasionally...
Art Café Ninar
Don’t be surprised if you see local artists sitting at the wooden tables painting and sketching, or a poet jotting down lines of verse...
Bab ash-Sharqi information
First erected by the Romans, the Old City walls have been flattened and rebuilt several times over the 2000 or so years since. What stands today dates largely from the 13th century. They are pierced by a number of gates (the Arabic for gate is bab, plural abwab ), only one of which, the restored Bab ash-Sharqi, dates from Roman times.