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So disappointing. We wanted traditional souks. This is all high end shops. It was like wandering around the Champs Élysées in Paris. The food there is equally as expensive. Don’t bother unless you need a Pravda handbag.
A very clean area with a good vibe. Unfortunately it's not a souq in the true sense of the word lots of high end high street shops. Such as Addidas, Armani and so forth. Lots of food outlets but rather expensive.
What is the point of Beirut Souks? The Souks in the Middle East are places full of smell and colours and different wares and bustling with everyday life while in Beirut is a big shopping mall with Western shops at higher prices than the West...More
Like Lebanese place looked not really as if it went through a Botox or cosmetic surgery
Lebanon and Beirut is lovely by its normal people whom you see mostly out of Beirut who are welcoming and friendly
This mall looks like a fake place for...More
If u are visiting Beirut then you need to pass by Beirut souks. The traditional layout has been revamped and now has a modern look that is very pleasant to walk through. You can find many shops, restaurants and movies theatres. Worth stoping by and...More
Beirut Souks are a very modern part of the city you will not find the souvenirs that represents Lebanon, however the right place to find them is in a small city north west of Beirut around 35 Kilometers called Jubail... More
Beirut Souks are a very modern part of the city you will not find the souvenirs that represents Lebanon, however the right place to find them is in a small city north west of Beirut around 35 Kilometers called Jubail overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean sea, known to be the oldest city in the world, you will find plenty of historical souvenirs that represents Lebanon.
Back to Beirut Souks, prices are medium to high and they accept US dollars.
Finally, don't miss visiting the city of Jubail you will need a full day to visit the old souks, enjoy the boat ride and fine seafood cosines the city is famous for. Within a few kilometers from Jubail to the North another small city called Amshit that have a famous superb restaurant called (Babil Baher) with magnificent view to the Mediterranean and outstanding fresh seafood menu.