The castle is amazing, you get to dive into an era of lebanon's history. It is very well preserved, the surroundings are also amazing: typical small lebanese old houses, and the nature is so beautiful and peaceful. Highly recommended. Just dont go around the beiteddine festival because the settings are not very beautiful for a visit of the palace
The palace is breathtaking with its Turkish baths and decorated rooms. Lot's of historical details about the Sultan's life. Try to find the cross hidden in the ceiling that showed that the Sultan had converted to Christianity. The grounds are immaculate with the manicured gardens. The architectural details, amazing. It takes about an hour plus drive from Beirut, we enjoyed... 更多
Palace of Prince Bechir, built approx. 1800. Due to the ongoing Beit Eddine festival lots of visitors, mainly Lebanese were there. A must see is the Hammam and the former stables where there are 6-7th century AD mosaics are to be found. Entry fee is affordable. Beautiful environment Closed on Mondays
While many of the rooms were fenced off, you can still take a look at the doorway. Also, had a militaryman not mentioned that a mosaic displace was there, we would have completely overlooked it! Lots of great photo ops
This is everything a summer palace should be; corners in which to relax and remain cool and places in which to continue with meetings and impress visitors. It has a great air of calm, not least because of the soft colour of the stone and the light interiors. Do not miss the mosaic museum, which is bound to impress even... 更多
This Palace seems nothing special from outside, but as soon as you pass through the main gate you change immediately your mind. The main gate leads you directly into the court yard which is really beautiful. You have the palace in front of you and you can just admire its wonders, like the gate which is finely decorated, the external... 更多
Beit Eddine is a historic and beautiful castle. Larger than it looks from the outside, I particularly enjoyed seeing the mosaics displayed in the palatial former stables.