A Historical City
There are few cities that are as rich in culture, history, tradition, generosity and spirit as Tripoli. This northern Lebanese city is a hidden gem: from its Ottoman souks to its historical citadel, Tripoli is one of the oldest cities in the country that is a must-see on any itinerary.
Architecture, History, and Culture
The Rachid Karameh Stadium designed by renowned architect Oscar Niemeyer. The bustling old souks selling fresh produce, jewellery, textiles, and artisanal copper works. The historical railway station that was connected to the Syrian city of Homs through a single track. The port district of Al Mina, complete with quaint narrow streets and overlooking clear Mediterranean waters. Tripoli has many sights, sounds, and tastes to offer curious tourists wishing to explore Lebanon’s rich history.
A Walk by Locals
This experience is curated and delivered by local Tripolitans who are passionate about their city. Coming together under the banner of Visit Tripoli, these young men and women with backgrounds in Tourism and Hospitality have a desire to introduce guests to the unique socio-cultural fabric of their city through unique, off-the-beaten-path experiences.
Question? Ask away
Whether you need more information on this experience, or whether you are having difficulties with your reservation… don’t be shy! Contact us and our team will be delighted to answer your questions, 7 days a week.
Experience conditions — This experience is available all year round at $140 for 1-2 persons with an additional $40 per person up to 5 people. The experience must be booked 3 days in advance.
Credits — Words: Reem Joudi. Photographs: Rosalía Vicente, Natheer Halawani, Pablo González.