Get amazed by two of Lebanons main highlights: the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Baalbek and Anjar. You will have the time to take a personal walk through the old souqs, palaces, mosques and baths of Anjars impressive early 8th century Umayyad site, built by Lebanons first Arab dynasty and used to serve as an inland trading center. Next, we will have a stop at a Roman quarry, home to the largest man-cut stone in the world and where you will enjoy a freshly prepared lunch bag full of home-made pleasures. With a satisfied belly, we will continue our day with a travel through Baalbeks spectacular history of worship during a guided visit to the world's largest and most outstanding Roman temple complex; a homage to Jupiter, Venus and Bacchus.
Baalbek & Anjar - Guided Tour with Lunch
Route Duration: 8 hours
- Umayyad City Ruins
- Roman Quarry
- Baalbeck Temple
Baalbek Roman Ruins / Anjar / Bekaa Valley / Aley / Beirut
Operates: Anjar comes from the Arabic Ayn Jariyeh, or "source of flowing water". The name of the source became Ayn Gerrha, a source located 1 kilometer northeast of the ruins.
Commences in:Zahlé, Lebanon
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