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Search Cheap Flights from Los Angeles to Beirut

One of the oldest cities in the world and capital of Lebanon, Beirut is a hidden gem on the Mediterranean coast. It is home to the only public airport in the compact country, the Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY). Nicknamed, the Paris of the East, Beirut is a diverse half Christian-half Muslim city where locals speak French, Arabic, and English. The city has a rich history, buzzing nightlife, breath-taking views of the sea and mountains and sumptuous food. While here, tourists can explore Roman ruins and monuments from the Byzantine and Ottoman era, indulge in Lebanese dishes like Fattoush, Hummus and Falafel, relish local wine, spend a day at the beach or take a day trip to the Chouf mountains and unwind at the numerous high-end bars.

Things to do in Beirut

Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque

Located just off Martyr’s Square in Downtown Beirut, the Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque is also known as the Blue Mosque for its blue colored domes. Opened in 2007, it has elements of Ottoman style and is inspired by the Sultan Ahmed Mosque in Istanbul. The minarets are 65 m tall and are visible from afar. This extremely beautiful imposing structure is truly emblematic of the city.

Sursock Museum

Nicolas Ibrahim Sursock Museum is a contemporary and modern art museum housed in a 1912 villa which is an excellent example of Lebanese architecture. The elegant villa has influences of Italian, Ottoman and Venetian architectural styles. Over 100 temporary exhibitions of Lebanese and international artists have been held here. Permanent collection here includes modern art, Islamic art, and Japanese engravings. More than 800 artworks from the 19th and 20th centuries can be found here. Some of the prominent artworks here are by the artists - Chafic Abboud, Omar Onsi, Paul Guiragossian, Mouna Bassili Sehnaoui among others.

UNESCO World Heritage Site of Byblos

Locally known as Jbeil, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Byblos is 40 kms from Beirut. It has the distinction of being the first Phoenician city and has several monuments scattered all over from different periods of time. Antique dwellings, Roman Ruins, Persian fortifications, Byzantine Churches, Ottoman town and the Crusade citadel all existed in Byblos. You can explore its streets and relive its rich 8,000-year history.

Best Time to Visit Beirut

The best time to book Beirut flights is from April to May and September to November during spring and autumn seasons when the weather is moderate. However, July to September is peak summer season and has most crowds pouring in. It is advised to book Los Angeles to Beirut flights in advance if you’re planning to visit during these months.

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