Find Car Rentals in Beirut (BEY)

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Fun Facts about Beirut Car Rentals

  • On an average travelers booked a car rent 6 days in advance for their trip to Beirut.
  • Travelers generally booked a car rental for 12 days.
  • Economy is the most preferred car category in Beirut.
  • Most travelers booked Avis Rent a Car in Beirut.
§ All of the above-mentioned facts are derived from the data of the last 3 months while the highest and lowest booking months are picked on the basis of last 12 months.

Book a Car Rental in Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut is a world-class city boasting of amazing heritage attractions. Popularly called the “Paris of the Middle East,” and the “Party Capital of the Arab World” it has lot to offer to tourists. Culture enthusiasts should not miss out National Museum of Beirut. Visit the beach of Ramlet el Baida for soaking in the sun, or ambling along the coastline. Check out Lady of Harissa Statue and enjoy sweeping views of the city. Also don't fail to visit Pigeon Rocks in Rawcheh.

Best Attractions to Visit in Beirut
    • Roman Ruins are one of the top attractions in Beirut, behind the Bank street. The city got destroyed seven times due to earthquakes and so these ruins date back to the Phoenician era hundreds of years before Christ.
    • National Museum of Beirut is another recommended place to visit, specially for cultural enthusiasts. The museum exhibits impressive and overwhelming array of Lebanon’s historical artifacts.

Top Day Trips around Beirut
    • Rent a car and explore the amazing Lebanese cities of Byblos and Harissa on a day trip from Beirut. Wonder at the fascinating Jeita Grotto, one of the most stunning natural wonders on earth, and get awe-struck by the Statue of the Virgin Mary in Harissa. These rich archeological sites are going to thrill your mind.
    • Get introduced to the world of Lebanon history by booking a car and taking a day trip to the cities of Anjar and Baalbek. Famous for their marvelous ancient sites like Heliopolis and the Umayyad Ruins, these cities promise you an excellent peep into the history of the region.