Private Tour Baalbek, Anjar & Chateau Ksara winery
Embark on an epic journey to the Beqaa valley, and explore two interesting historical sites, then indulge yourself in some wine tasting. Visit Baalbek Roman empire, a wonderful city that highlights Lebanese history, with its majestic huge temples: Bacchus, Venus and Jupiter, a must-see site when in Lebanon. Discover the single Umayyad site in Anjar, that was once an important commercial centre. After your informative tour, stop by Chateau Ksara winery, one of the oldest wineries in Lebanon, and taste the Lebanese authentic wine.
- Discover Baalbek Roman Empire, and its famous huge temples, Bacchus, Jupiter & Venus.
- Explore the single Umayyad site in Lebanon located in Anjar.
- Taste some authentic Lebanese wine at Ksara winery.
Availability: Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
Duration: 9 hours
Pick-up Time: 8.00 am – 9.00 am
✓ Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off
✓ Comfortable Private Transportation
✓ Air-conditioned vehicle
✓ English Speaking Guide / Driver
✓ Local Guide in Baalbek
✓ All Entrance fees and taxes
X Personal Expenses
As early as 9000 BC, Baalbek passed through many civilizations: Mesopotamian, Roman, Christian and Islamic worship. The empire of Baalbek is considered as one of Lebanon’s most prized historical treasures, where people can discover the great three temples of Bacchus, Jupiter and Venus, and hear exciting tales about this old city, and how people built such huge structures.
Built by Caliph Walid I at the beginning of the 8th century, Anjar is the unique Umayyad site in Lebanon. This old city was once an important commercial center leading two important routes. Nowadays, Anjar is an interesting historical site in Lebanon, including two palaces, a mosque and a public bath.
Located in the heart of the Beqaa valley, in a suitable place with good climate for cultivating vineyards, Chateau Ksara is one of the oldest and main wineries in Lebanon, founded in 1857 by Jesuit priests. Aside from the multiple kind of wine, a tour in the caves of the winery is offered for visitors to hear Ksara winery’s story.