Tripoli & Batroun

Start your tour in Tripoli, Lebanon’s second largest city. Here, you can visit the Crusader Castle of Raymond de St. Gilles, Mosques from the Mameluk period, and the Turkish bath named “Hamman Izzeddine”. These are all important historical and cultural landmarks that offer a glimpse into the city’s rich history.

After visiting Tripoli, continue to Batroun, a charming coastal town with a long history dating back to Phoenician times. Here, you can explore the town’s narrow streets, visit its Crusader castle, and stroll through its 19th century souk. You can also visit the remains of an ancient Roman theater, which is now a public garden.

This is a great way to experience the best of what Lebanon has to offer. You will get to see some of the country’s most important historical and cultural landmarks, and you will also get to experience the vibrant atmosphere of two of Lebanon’s most popular cities.

Included in the price:

  • Transportation during the tours by a Mercedes Vito
  • Professional certified english speaking tourist guide during the tours
  • Entrance fees to all mentioned tourist sites
  • 11% VAT

Excluding in the price:

  • Breakfast and lunch
  • Tips for guide and driver
  • Anything not mentioned above

Price per person

Starting from $100/per person

Tour Highlights

Explore the highlights of Tripoli including Citadel of Saint Gilles, Mosques, Old souks, Hammam and Khans.Discover the Phoenician sea wall located in the coastal city of Batroun & St. Stephan’s Cathedral.

Opening Hours & Days: It is recommended to avoid the visit to Tripoli on Friday

Offered Language

English – French – Arabic – Russian – German – Spanish – Portuguese – Italian

Duration: 9 hours

Validity: All year round
Interest: Elders & Young
Level of Comfort: Easy




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