Top 10 Souks In Lebanon That You Must Visit!

is full of old and modern souks where you can find everything you need! From spices to the latest fashion trends, shopping and spending time in Lebanese souks is one of the best activities in !

Souk El Akel

Souk El Akel is the number one destination for foodies! It is a culinary festival where you can taste the best foods that can offer. The souk is open every Thursday from 5 PM until 11 PM in Downtown .

Old Souk of Jbeil

Open every day all year round, the Old Souk of Jbeil is where you can find Lebanese artifacts and artisan shops.

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Souks is a modern commercial district located in the heart of where you can find the latest fashion trends!

Old Souk of Zouk Mikael

There’s nothing better than spending summer evenings wandering in the crowded alleys of the old souk of Zouk!

Souk El Ard

Located in Hamra Street, the Earth Market is where you’ll find farmers selling their products every Wednesday from 9 AM until 2 PM.

Old Souks of

Tripoli, the second-largest city in , has many souks where you can find wonders!

Souk El Tayeb

Souk El Tayeb is the first open-air farmers market in ! Visitors can find fruits, vegetables, as well as seasonal food products that are produced by local farmers.

The souk is open every Saturday from 9 AM until 2 PM in Downtown , and every Wednesday from 12 PM until 6 PM in Gefinor Centre.

Old Souk of Saida

The Old Souk of Saida is a beautiful maze of alleys where shops display handmade products and traditional artifacts!

Marash Street

Marash street is famous for its spices, dried fruits and vegetables, nuts, and Egyptian loofahs. No matter what you’re planning to cook, you’ll surely find all the ingredients that you need!

Old Souk of Baalbek

The best way to discover Baalbek’s cultural heritage is by visiting its old souk!


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