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Roman Baths

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Roman Baths

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Hotel pick up between: 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM<br><br>First visit Jeita Grotto, which was nominated as one of the 7 Wonders of the World, enjoy a scenic cable car ride up to the upper cave,after exploring, take a train ride down to the lower cave where you will take a boat ride under the river cavern.<br><br>Second Visit the statue of Our Lady of Lebanon, Harissa, which overlooks the Jounieh Bay, and offers panoramic views similar to that of Rio de Janeiro’s statue of Christ, enjoy a cable car ride up to Harissa<br><br>Last Visit Byblos, one of the oldest still inhabited cities in the world 8000 years old. Walk through the old souq, visit the Byblos Castle, Fossils Museum, Wax Museum, Byblos old port, and St Jean Marc Church.<br><br>Return back to Beirut Arrival time between 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM
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merry wrote a review Oct 2020
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Super interesting. It's a shame it has been allowed to fall into disrepair back in the day. Even so it's still magnificent. Helpful staff answering questions which the audio guide may have left open or you didn't catch. Social distancing measures are in place. It took us almost 2 hours going through it listening to most audio guide entries and looking at everything we could.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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cutelady Baluch wrote a review Jun 2020
Muscat Governorate, Oman1,122 contributions144 helpful votes
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It is an open museum For traces and remains of Roman baths... Its floor was demolished, leaving only the mud structures that were used in the air heating system. It is located in the center of Beirut, between Banks Street and Kabbouchy Street. There is a small amphitheater for outdoor concerts.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Myles wrote a review Mar 2020
Jounieh, Lebanon66 contributions5 helpful votes
This is an awesome place. I was amazed that an excavated Roman Bath was available to visitors and at no cost. Lately, information boards have been installed. These enrich one's visit. It is a pity that more is not made of such a wonderful attraction.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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dmittleman wrote a review Jan 2020
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida1,346 contributions559 helpful votes
Roman baths can be very interesting. The Roman bathing scene was highly evolved and stereotypical from city to city. From the frigidarium to the caldarium, all the elements are here including the hypocaust heating system. But you can't enter the ruins. The parts exposed are limited. There are better places to see Roman Baths.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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AmrBadran wrote a review Nov 2019
Cairo, Egypt330 contributions63 helpful votes
I visited it at both night and day, it's very difficult at night due to poor lighting. Also, no whatsoever service available around, could have been better with a small cafe or something. There's seating though, but I think it's poorly designed and does not give the proper opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the place.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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