Three days in Beirut allow you to check off the city’s signature sights and discover the joys of Lebanese food. In addition to the coastal charms of Byblos and the beautiful Jeita Grotto, you can get out into the valleys and add one (or two) more of Lebanon’s UNESCO-listed sites to your list.
Open daily 10am-6pm
The museum operates a small gift shop where you can purchase postcards of Gibran’s paintings or pick up a copy of his famous book.
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