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Private Tour: Anjar, Baalbek and Ksara Day Trip from Beirut
US$170,00 per adult
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Anjar, Baalbek, and Ksara Day Trip from Beirut
US$100,00 per adult
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Baalbek - Anjar - Ksara Trip

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Explore temples of Baalbeck, which makes up the largest and best preserved corpus of roman architecture left around. The acropolis occupies the top of an artificial hill built up of different layers of habitation.<br><br>Discover Anjar's city that was built in the early 8th century A.D. Inside the city’s strong fortifications are the remains of streets, three palaces, souks, two hammams and a Mosque.<br><br>Visit Ksara, the refuge of the well known Ksara wine where thousands of the old wine bottles are preserved. A tasting of the best wines is done during the visits.
US$43,50 per adult
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siatko wrote a review Nov 2020
london28 contributions2 helpful votes
Despite calling the Dept of tourism and the hotel also calling for us and being told that the ruins were open this was sadly not true. At least from the outside you get a fairly good view of some of the ruins and luckily there was an open gate which we went inside however the main ruins were locked shut with security all around. We did manage to ask the team in the Palmyria hotel if we could go up to their rooftop to get a view from up there which they allowed us to but I can’t help being left disappointed with not being let in, I understand corona however the ruins appear to all be outside!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Amanda Abirached wrote a review Jul 2020
Beirut, Lebanon135 contributions9 helpful votes
The temple is very grand. a lot of it is ruined but you can see the gigantic monuments that are architecturally stunning
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Date of experience: September 2019
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The Weak Knee Traveler wrote a review Jun 2020
Singapore, Singapore11 794 contributions662 helpful votes
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This is a definite must visit in Lebanon. The Roman ruins here are one of the best preserved ruins I've seen. The only problem is this place is exceedingly popular and hence not easy to take pics. There are just too many people in some of the temples.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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tasty lebanon wrote a review Mar 2020
Baabdat, Lebanon37 contributions
This place is a must visit in lebanon. It's far from the city, but worth visiting it. I really liked this temple!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Travelor wrote a review Jan 2020
Kittery Point, Maine106 contributions16 helpful votes
We walked to the site from our hotel Palmyra to find it capsule tucked away behind the gas station. No formal entrance and no fees. The prices at the souvenir shop at the site are higher than those in the city but still affordable. Most of the site was recently excavated as the stone used to be half buried until a year or two ago. Hard to imagine how they intended to move the stone to the temples.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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