You just never know when something like cancelled flights, illness or other unforeseen things will cause you to fork out a wad of cash. So maybe Mr Makso had a point. Old-school, reliable taxi companies such as Trust and Allo Taxi are common in Beirut, but prices run higher.
Veiled women alongside women in crop tops; mosques close to churches; and bullet-holed buildings near glitzy high-rises. Shappi Khorsandi.
Gay people can hang out together in chic cafes, dine at trendy restaurants, or dance at hip clubs without fear of being harassed by For more check out our gay travel guide to Beirut police, but sexual meeting places like bathhouses and cruising areas are more dangerous.
There is no public transport system from the airport to the Beirut city centre, so you will need to get a taxi, uber or our personal choice a private airport transfer. Overall we found that but with the problems we had with General Security at the airport when leaving, we wonder if we would have benefited from browsing anonymously.
The Four Seasons is a very gay friendly brand, and the Four Seasons Hotel Beirut is a stunning choice for luxurious accommodation! Secrets from the Empty Quarter. I liked your article very much. Famous for being one of the hottest gay cruising areas of Beirut, but be careful as online reviews seem to suggest it has deteriorated recently.
For more check out our gay travel guide to Beirut city also has a number of queer-friendly spaces, pubs, and bars.
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Overlooking the marina at Zaytounay Bay, you'll be treated to amazing views over the city or ocean from the floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies. Money transfers. After investigating with the different Embassies, we still have no idea why both of our names were blacklisted.
One refreshing surprise is that Al-Akhbar, a newspaper that is half owned by Hezbollah, has made homosexuality part of its reporting agenda and writes quite positively about the issue.