Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Take a stroll through Solidere, Beirut’s recently rebuilt central district. Nicknamed after the company that supervised the district's reconstruction after the damage done in the civil war, the neighborhood today features a mix of urban and upscale establishments, with an array of remains and rebuilt historically significant buildings. Browse the high-end boutiques, hang out in one of the numerous restaurants and cafes, or go sightseeing and admire the mosques and ancient ruins sprawled throughout the neighborhood. To visit Solidere and other attractions in Beirut, use our Beirut vacation route planner.
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Perfect walk around against all life goes on . You can see and feel the vibration tension and all on faces
Only 3-4 shops are still open in the area! All around you can see patrols with guns and cement locks... Very very solitude
una zona de obligada visita ya que fue el resultado de la restauracion luego de la guerra y debe su nombre a la compañia involucrada. muy amplia y serena, con lugares y cafes al aire libre donde puede... read more »an area of forced visit since it was the result of the restoration after the war and owes its name to the involved company. very spacious and serene, with places and outdoor cafes where you can taste dishes typical of the country as well as a magnificent arguiles, in the Center its emblematic forced photo clock tower.show original
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