Beirut is the capital city of Lebanon with a population of approximately 2.1 million people in its metropolitan area. The city is on a relatively small headland jutting into the east Mediterranean.
Ashrafieh is in Beirut, it is one of Beirut's oldest and most charming districts and is considered an important tourist outlet in Beirut where a great number of restaurants, coffee shops and nightclubs are located.
Hamra is in Beirut. Prior to 1975, Hamra Street was referred to as Beirut's "Champs Elysées" as it was frequented by tourists all year round.
Downtown Beirut is the central district of Beirut, with its outdoor cafes restaurants and high end designer stores.
Ain El Mraiseh
Ain El Mraisseh is in Beirut, situated along Beirut's coastal Cornish, which stretches for several kilometers, and is only a few minutes away from the renovated city center.
Verdun is in Beirut. Verdun is one of Beirut's most prestigious residential neighborhoods where also some of the most important fashion boutiques are found.
Rawcheh is in Beirut. The Rawcheh has always been a tourist attraction. Its renown rock landmark Pigeon Rocks attracts visitors from all over the world.
Manara is in Beirut. Its name means the "Tip of Beirut" and is a residential neighborhood.
Jnah is in Beirut. The Jnah is one of the luxurious residential districts of the Capital.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust