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The best prices found on momondo for flights to Lebanon are:
£18 per person with Ryanair
£53 per person with SunExpress
£87 per person with Cyprus Airways
There are a total of 26 airlines that operate flight routes to Lebanon, with MEA being the most popular option. An estimated 37% of those flying into Lebanon choose to fly with MEA. If you’re unable to find tickets with MEA, then Lufthansa and British Airways are also popular airlines to fly with.
On average, it takes 4h 35m to fly from United Kingdom to Lebanon if you fly out of London Heathrow (the most popular airport in United Kingdom) and into Beirut (the most popular airport in Lebanon). If you’re flying out of Manchester and into Beirut, then the flight time is around 6h 50m.
The most popular airport in Lebanon to fly to is Beirut, based on our data. In the past 12 months, 100% of all momondo users who travelled to Lebanon chose to fly into Beirut airport, which is located in the city of Beirut.
On average, a flight to Lebanon will cost £635 per ticket. We’ve had users find flights to Lebanon for as low as £106, however. If you’re unable to find a plane ticket for £106, but manage to find one for £585 or less, then this is still a great deal. Keep in mind that flight costs vary depending on where you fly from, what time of year you travel, and what airline you fly with.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||Beirut||30h 15m||£387|
If you’re looking for Lebanon flight deals through momondo, you may want to check out dates of public events that are taking place in the country so you can plan your visit to coincide with them. Numerous festivals and events throughout the year attract locals and tourists alike, such as the Beirut and Beyond International Music Festival, taking place between 6 and 9 December every year. One of Beirut’s most famous cultural events is the Baalbeck Music Festival, established in 1955 and still going strong, with theatre, opera, pop, and classical music all featuring. In 1996, the Tyre International Festival was launched, celebrating art, music, and poetry. It takes place in a castle known as Qala’at Al Shaqif every July. The ancient town of Tyre is a UNESCO World Heritage classified city and is the perfect backdrop for such an event. The end of June and the start of July bring two popular international festivals, Batroun and Cedars, both of which are a must for music lovers.
Some say that Lebanese food is one of the best cuisines in the world, with its mixture of aromatic spices, succulent meats, and flavoursome vegetable dishes. Probably the most well-known is Shawarma, the Lebanese version of a Turkish kebab or Greek gyros, made with slow-roasted meat and served in a light flatbread with fresh vegetables and garlic yoghurt or houmous as a typical sauce. Houmous, made from chickpeas, and baba ghanoush, made from aubergines, are deliciously creamy accompaniments that go with various dishes or are served with flatbread as starters. When it comes to meat, both beef and lamb koftas are extremely popular. They can be served as part of several dishes, particularly with rice and salads, such as a tabbouleh featuring diced tomatoes, mint, onion, and bulgur wheat. For vegetarians, check out the best in Lebanese cuisine, which is falafel. Made from a mixture of chickpeas and fava beans, you can find some great falafel dishes in Em Sherif Café in Beirut. Finally, for dessert, look no further than the famous baklava, a filo pastry loaded with assorted nuts and covered in honey.
If you’re searching for flights to Lebanon, you’ll be able to find some great deals through momondo, with reasonable prices available particularly from London and Manchester. Lebanon is a surprising gem in the Middle East and, with its mix of Arabic tradition and western liberal style, has plenty to offer the most seasoned of travellers. The contrast between the liberal hipster capital of Beirut and the traditional second city of Tripoli is something every visitor needs to experience. Beirut has plenty going for it and is known as the Paris of the Middle East, the Gemmayze / Mar Mikhael suburb being a particularly vibrant part of the city. Tripoli, on the other hand, oozes middle eastern tradition and is worth a visit just to experience the different pace of life there. Lebanon is full of history, and areas of particular historical interest include the archaeological site of Baalbeck, one of the most stunning Roman ruins. Lebanon is also perfect for beach enthusiasts, and the town of Byblos offers spots with magnificent views of the sea and great beaches to soak up some sun. Spring or autumn months are best to visit Lebanon as temperatures are a bit more temperate.
To enter Lebanon, you must provide a passport with at least three months of validity. UK citizens flying from the UK can apply for a travel visa upon arrival at their port of entry, which allows you free travel in the country for 30 days.
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