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Things to do in Baalbek in March

Day 1 - Monday 25th, Mar
morning -

Arrival at Rafic Hariri International Airport and transfer to Beit Orontes for check-in.

afternoon -

Visit Baalbek Roman Ruins, one of the most well-preserved sites from ancient Rome. Have lunch at Palmyra Hotel nearby.

evening -

Enjoy a luxurious dining experience at Al Karmeh Restaurant offering authentic Lebanese cuisine.

Day 2 - Tuesday 26th, Mar
morning -

Visit the Temple of Bacchus, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and explore the local market for traditional handicrafts and souvenirs.

afternoon -

Indulge in a luxury spa experience at Elixir Spa, located within the Beit Orontes hotel.

evening -

Dine at Ksara Restaurant and enjoy a wine tasting session with a variety of Lebanese wines.

Day 3 - Wednesday 27th, Mar
morning -

Relax with a breakfast at Chtaura Park Hotel rooftop, enjoying a panoramic view of the city.

afternoon -

Explore the local food market and try authentic Lebanese street food at Al Midan in Baalbek.

evening -

Transfer to Rafic Hariri International Airport for departure back to Assam, India.

Weather in Baalbek in Invalid date
Avg Temp8°C to 18°C
Chance of Rain30%

March in Baalbek is generally mild and pleasant, with occasional rainfall. Expect warm days and cool evenings. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Things to Carry on your trip to Baalbek

Clothing & Apparel

Light jacket or sweater -

For evenings and cooler temperatures

Comfortable walking shoes -

For exploring the ruins

Layers of clothing -

To adjust to changing temperatures

Lightweight scarf -

For warmth and protection from the sun


Sunglasses -

To protect eyes from the sun

Hat -

To protect head from the sun

Small backpack -

To carry essentials

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa (if required) -

For identification and entry into Lebanon

Travel insurance -

To protect against unforeseen circumstances

Local currency (Lebanese Pound) -

For purchases and expenses

Credit cards and debit cards -

For cashless transactions

First-aid kit -

For minor medical emergencies

Hand sanitizer -

For personal hygiene

Insect repellent -

To prevent insect bites

Good to have

Travel guide or guidebook -

For information about Baalbek

Camera -

To capture memories

Reusable water bottle -

To stay hydrated

Snacks -

For quick refreshments


Mobile phone -

For communication and navigation

Charger and adapter -

To keep devices powered

Headphones -

For listening to music or podcasts

Power bank -

To recharge devices on the go

Universal travel adapter -

To connect devices to different power outlets

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Lebanese Pound (LBP) is the local currency. Credit cards and debit cards are widely accepted in tourist areas.

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