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Les meilleures recommandations des habitants

Des sites touristiques aux trésors cachés, découvrez ce qui fait la particularité de cette ville avec l'aide des habitants qui la connaissent le mieux.

Point of Interest
Grand magasin
“Den immer wieder restaurierten Goldsouk sollte man nicht verpassen. Es werden vor Ort handgearbeitete Schmuckstücke oder auch Importware angeboten. Bezahlt wird nach Gewicht und Arbeit. Sie können sich auch Ihren Namen als Anhänger anfertigen lassen. Achten Sie auf den aktuellen Goldpreis. In der Goldgasse finden Sie auch die alten Madrassas (Koranschulen, zu denen anno dazumal die Schüler aus aller Herren Länder kamen. Ein altes Hamam "El Abed" ist heute noch in Betrieb. Man kann dort spontan hineingehen und es sich anschauen und fotografieren oder auch saunieren und massieren oder die Haut traditionell peelen lassen. Danach ist man wie ein neuer Mensch. Weiter geht es zur nächsten Gasse..”
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Restaurant
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Restaurant
“Best Lebanese sweets a guest can taste. Abdul Rahman Al Hallab has an international reputation for the tastiness of its Lebanese sweets.”
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Car Rental
“This is probably the best and most popular place in Tripoli. They have the best service, the staff are very friendly and professional.”
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City
“Tripoli is the second-largest city in Lebanon and is the capital of the North Governorate. The city overlooks the Mediterranean and It holds a string of four small islands offshore. The Palm Islands is the most-known. You can dedicate 12 hours to visit Tripoli's gems: The Citadel Khan el Khayateen Khan el Saboun Al Abd Hammam ( for guys only!) Akra restaurant for the best Lebanese brunch Sultan Abdul Hamid clocktower Rachid Karame International Fair Old Train Station El Mina- Boat trip Before heading to Beirut, make sure you pass by Abdul Rahman Hallab & Sons for the best food experience. ”
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Restaurant
“The combination of the friendly staff. quality of food , great selection of menu and the ambiance of clientele makes this place one of my favorite places to hang out day or night . ”
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Quartier
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Route
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Route
“The entire square here is a hub for taxis to Abu Samra, Qobbeh, Mina (seaside), North Lebanon up to the Syrian border, and Syria. Ask around for which specific zone take you to which specific area. To destination within the city (1000LL per seat within route in shared Service taxi roughly 66 US Cents)”
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Unknown
“This is where the history of Tripoli all started. This is where the old fashion way of making soaps infused with olive oil and different herbal incense is still until today used and sold here. ”
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Route
“Hub for getting taxis from Abu Samra to Al-Noor Square hub, Al-Tall square hub (both of which are hubs to further destinations such as al-Mina), Qobbeh district (Lebanese university). 1000 LL per seat in shared service taxi”
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Point of Interest
“Probably my favorite place in Lebanon. Brazilian Oskar Nieymer designed the 10,000-hectare site, intended as an international fairground, back in 1962 but constructions were halted in 1975 and never resumed. In 2006, the site was “added to the World Monuments Fund Watch List of 100 Most Endangered Sites after conservationists campaigned to preserve it when Tripoli’s chamber of commerce proposed turning into a tourist village theme park to be based on Disneyland.”
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Point of Interest