Saifi Village, Beirut
Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Meander through charming streets lined by art boutiques and upscale shops at Saifi Village, a renovated development inspired by colonial French architecture. Boasting over 50 designer shops, the area was once on the front line of the Lebanese Civil War. Wind you way around quaint lanes of art galleries and cafes, watching the world go by in the central square and gardens before choosing one of several fine dining establishments for sit-down meal with friends and family. A hub for local events, the district hosts regular artisan and farmers markets. Plan to visit Saifi Village during your Beirut vacation using our convenient Beirut trip itinerary maker.
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A bit of gentrification in solidere style, nice to look at but not real Beirut any more. Rather smallish.
Quartier sans vraiment d'âme, propret et gentillet. C'est très loin d'être mon quartier préféré à Beyrouth !Neighborhood without soul, neat and cute problems really. It's far from being my favorite neighborhood in Beirut!show original
uno de los barrios renovados de la ciudad y aun se encuentra en reformas, apenas un par de calles pero de muy agradable ver y caminar, con galerias de arte y pequeños lugares donde poder hacer una que... read more »one of the renovated neighborhoods of the city and still is in reforms, just a couple of streets but very nice to see and walk, with art galleries and small places where you can make one another buyshow original
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