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Roman Baths

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These are just something to see quickly from above. There is not a lot you can do and can't really... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tokyo, Japan
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An ancient Roman Ruins located near the downtown of Beirut . . . The fences would keep a distance... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Beirut, Lebanon
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Reviewed 1 week ago

These are just something to see quickly from above. There is not a lot you can do and can't really access the area. They light it up at night as well, which is a fine time to see it as well.

Thank McG_Road_Warrior
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

An ancient Roman Ruins located near the downtown of Beirut . . . The fences would keep a distance between you and the location . . A nice place to visit and take some photos . . The maximum time to spend would be around...More

Thank Wissam-AlRasheed
Reviewed 26 May 2017

Lacks information and organization - sits to the side of the Great Mosque. Some detail about what you are viewing would be most helpful - reminder of the age of the city.

Thank Gary L
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

This is a nice place to see eventhou is not really taken care of. Just a tiny little piece of the Roman history while in Lebanon.

Thank Juan E
Reviewed 6 May 2017

Well preserved remains of Roman baths just in the middle of the city near Place de L'Etoile. I was really surprised the area was deserted and there was no information about the site, just an empty board that was installed at some point probably -...More

Thank AdriBulgac
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

I visited Beirut on business and had a free weekend. Recommend walking along the corniche (beach walkway) to old central Beirut. Several Christian churches, mosques, and ruined Roman baths. A lot of streets are secured or closed for construction. But it's a. I've walk and...More

Thank Doug E
Reviewed 12 April 2017

They were closed to public access for the entire week we were there. I had a plains clothes security officer come up and demand that I delete all the photos I took from my camera. He stood and watched as I deleted each photo to...More

Thank Tom R
Reviewed 1 March 2017

These Roman baths are in a slightly hard to find location, but you can walk to them and it is certainly worth it. They are not that extensive but they are very well preserved.

1  Thank PurplegirlEssex
Reviewed 5 February 2017

If you want to know more informations about this site, You must to pay for a guide. Few informations in the sign. No spend more than half hour. More than it, I recommend Beirut Museum.

Thank Raphael F
Reviewed 3 January 2017

This is yet another reminder of the place in history held by Lebanon. An ancient Roman Baths that is quite extensive indicating the size of the Roman settlement. Begs the question, what else is still to be found in Beirut. Worth the visit.

1  Thank Tony W
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