4.5 based on 229 reviews
An ancient grove of cedars, the oldest in Lebanon, makes a beautiful site.
It is one of five Unesco sites in Lebanon. The Cedars have couple of thousands of years - they are really impressive! In the summer season you can walk around the forest. In winter there is far too much snow and you can see them from outside. It is a shame though it does not change the fact they are still impressively beautiful! There are a lot of souvenir shops around. Some shop assistants are very pushy and it's better to avoid them, but there are some calm and friendly ones as well. You can get nice things with a very good price. We bought magnets for 1 dollar each from an elderly ill gentleman - he was super charming!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
It is well preserved Hammam. It does not work anymore, but you can visit it free of charge. It seems like it could work again without any difficulty, it is all preserved in a very good condition. Look at the ceilings and domes - they are fascinating!
Hammam Al Jadeed is the largest and most significant bathhouses located in the ancient city of Saida, in the neighborhood known as "Hammam Al Jadeed District". Built in 1720, it was closed down in the late 1940s then re-opened in May 2019 as a heritage and cultural venue.has remarkable ornaments and consists of a large hallway and several small rooms with Ottoman structural design.
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