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Are you looking for flights to Beirut, Lebanon? Look no further than Crystal Travel. When you are searching for affordable plane tickets, the simplicity and reliability of booking with us remain unbeaten. London to Beirut flights from different airlines are available on the award-winning Crystal Travel website. With several departure locations and low cost airlines, we give you a wide range of cheap flights to Beirut. Being in the travel industry for more than 30 years, you'll be able to find better deals that will not require you to break the bank. Our interactive search engine lists out fabulous deals. Just enter your travel dates, your name, number of passengers, airline type and let Crystal Travel do the rest. To save even more, combine your Beirut flight with a hotel or car hire. Bag additional money-saving offers by securing your flights in advance or find a last-minute deal. We are your preferred travel partner and have the confidence that you’re getting a good deal!Read More

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Should Know

  • The aerial distance from London to Beirut is 2,151 miles
  • The average flight time from London to Beirut is 4 hours 45 minutes
  • Popular airlines from London to Beirut are Turkish Airlines, Egyptair, Emirates, Lufthansa, Alitalia, Qatar, Etihad and Air France
  • July is the most popular time to fly
  • November is the low season and the best time to beat the crowd

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Are you planning a getaway to Beirut? Whether you wish to explore a new and unique destination or explore the ancient Lebanese heritage, you will find the best tickets to Beirut deals with Crystal Travel. We feature all cheapest flights - from the lowest cost and standard airlines to luxury airlines. If you are flexible on dates or wish to grab early offers, just fill in the details and click on Flexi Date option to get a variety of cheapest travel deals, choose your airline that is suitable and let us do the rest.

About Beirut

Beirut is among a few of those cities where one gets to see a unification of the East and West. It lives up to its nickname, the ‘Paris of the Middle East’. It is fast-paced, overwhelming and diverse and the intoxicating environment makes it quite addictive. No other Middle Eastern city has proved to be a hub of fashion and art like Beirut. War-torn and tired, the people of Beirut display they can turn calamity into cultural innovation. Strolling the waterfront, exploring the city's restaurants and experiencing the nightlife are the allurements that attract visitors from all over. But the museums are the key sights that throw light on the city's rich history.

Best Time to Visit Beirut

The best time to visit Beirut is during autumn (September to December) when the temperatures remain temperate. Summers are warm with temperatures reaching 35 degrees Celsius and it is also the peak season for tourists because of the festivals in the city. The temperature of the city ranges between 22-25 degrees Celsius in spring and around 24 degrees in autumn. Winters are frigid and the temperature hovers between 8 and 15 degrees Celsius.

• December to March - Winters here are relatively mild, with warm days and cool nights.
• April to May - Spring brings pleasant weather and happy faces.
• June to September - Summers in Lebanon are filled with fun and activities.

Best Places to Visit in Beirut

Situated on the Mediterranean coast, Beirut is one of the most stunning cities in the Middle East that has flourished with time. Most of the attractions in the city share character and history with some of the most popular cities in the world - Italy, Morocco, Egypt and Greece. Here's a list of a few noteworthy attractions, some of which are built by the Mamluks and Ottomans.

The American University of Beirut (AUB): Famed as one of the most esteemed universities in Beirut, this should top the list of the places to explore. Apart from the educational section, the university is dotted with a museum, botanical gardens, a private beach and a bird sanctuary.

National Museum of Beirut: A must-visit, this museum houses more than 100,000 artefacts that were excavated in and around Lebanon. The museum also holds the world's most priceless and exclusive collection of Phoenician displays. Enjoy your tour with a guide and experience the ancient world of Beirut.

Byblos: History lovers will enjoy touring this place. With only an hour-long drive from the city of Beirut, Byblos is one of the oldest Phoenician cities that dates back 3000 BC. Do not miss the Crusader Fort and the Sultan Abdul Majid Mosque.

Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque: Your trip from London to Beirut is not completed without discovering the Blue Masjid. Built-in 2008, Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque is the example of a post-modern Middle East architecture. The interior design is attractive and baffling. The blue dome at the centre is the most vital feature to the city skyline.

Beirut Souks: The Souks are an interesting place and an important part of any city. They are not only colourful and lively but the unique and exotic items sold offer an insight into the cities past. You can purchase handmade and indigenous souvenirs such as clothing, furniture, ornaments, lamps and other things.

Baalbek: Best known for the Roman Temple of Bacchus, the town of Baalbek is two and half hours from Beirut. The temple was built in memory of the Roman God of Wine. The temple courtyard hosts the famous Baalbeck International Festival that highlights the architecture and history of the city.

Raouche: Keep an evening in Beirut for Raouche, one of the best places to soak up the scenic vista. Walk into any cafe that's on the Avenue Street and capture the sunset at the horizon. Do not miss Pigeon Rock - a series of bizarre rock formations projecting out of the water.

Sursock Museum: The Sursock Museum is situated in one of the oldest residential neighbourhoods of Beirut. The diverse displays are the centre of attraction that can only been seen in this museum.

Roman Baths: If you are wondering what to see in Beirut, the Berytus situated in the heart of downtown Beirut will not disappoint you. One of the spots is now the place for concerts and performances, while the other is a thriving garden.

Airport serving London & Beirut

London: Six international airports and other smaller airports serve London, making them the busiest airport system in the world by passenger numbers. The airports in London are London City Airport (LCY), London-Gatwick (LGW), London-Heathrow (LHR), London-Luton (LTN), Southend (SEN) and London-Stansted (STN). London Heathrow is the main hub with four terminals, several shops, restaurants, lounges with unlimited Wi-Fi access and more. Search our low cost fares and our dedicated travel agents with surely help you to book cheap flights to Beirut from London from Crystal Travel to make your journey memorable.

Beirut: Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY), formerly Beirut International Airport, is located 5.6 miles from the city center in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon and is the only operational commercial airport in the country. The terminal consists of two wings, the East and West Wing, joined together by the main terminal, forming an U‑shaped building, with each wing being parallel to the other, and the main terminal connecting the wings. Its runways were built to handle the largest jet airplanes in service, and a number of international airlines used Beirut regularly. The airport is the hub for Lebanon's national carrier, Middle East Airlines, commonly known as MEA. It is also the hub for the Lebanese charter carrier Wings of Lebanon and was the hub for the Lebanese cargo carrier TMA cargo before its collapse.

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