Beirut/Rawcheh

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. Along the Rawcheh coastline are many restaurants and coffee shops that are always crowded with local and foreign visitors seeking fun and entertainment. At night, Rawcheh creates a mood of its own and offers something for everyone (usually those who cannot afford the Western Orientated nightlife located in Ashrafieh).

Get in

If starting off in Downtown, take a taxi but traffic can be heavy particularly on the coastal road. Walking along the corniche will lead you straight to the Rawcheh district, expect to spend at least an hour walking, but its worth it if the weather is right.

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Eat

Drink

Sleep

Lancaster Hotel

Connect

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