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Byblos is a Lebanese town and the center of Jbeil district in the governorate of Mount Lebanon. One of the oldest inhabited cities in the world located 37 km north of Beirut, is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the region and one of the oldest cities in the world and among few sites that lasted until today.
There are a number of museums in Byblos to highlight the historical Byblos, plus museums showing marine life and the stony life which the city is famous for. Among these museums is Byblos site museum that displays the fossils found in Byblos, and the history of the site since the prehistoric period until the middle ages, casting light on the population, in addition to displaying the relics back to periods of the historical site. It is located in the fortress of Jbail. Time memory Museum is located in Byblos Castle Square, featuring the largest collection of Lebanese stones 100 million years old extracted from the area of hakl, wehagola, alnamorh, which are three famous sites worldwide containing various fish, shellfish and unique plants. The Museum provides a detailed explanation of the stony phases extracted from the site till display time. Louis kordahi Museum and Foundation is concerned with the publication of Jbeil history, taking an old heritage house in the old town centre located south of St Barnabas Cathedral. Museum of Paleontology: located in Byblos, and displays a variety of fossils, especially fish, found in the region of Jubail and other areas in Lebanon, it has a number of special collections lent to the Museum by some rare models that have enriched the Museum. Wax museum is located near the Cathedral of Saint John mark, and displays statues and scenes from the daily life of an extended era of Phoenician to present Lebanon. Baby Abdou Museum is located near the port of Byblos, the Museum enjoys the protection of UNESCO, presents a special marine collection in a building more than 800-year-old.
Moving in Byblos is not much different from Jounieh, the best way to move in the city is walking to watch its monuments, and old markets. If you want to go into the surrounding mountains, you can rent a car or get a taxi, but it will be a little expensive.
There are a number of hotels and resorts in Jubail of all categories and grades including Edde Sands Hotel and Wellness Resort, which features a wonderful service and a pool on the beach. Byblos Fishing Club Guesthouse is 3 minutes from the market located on the ancient port of Byblos. Monoberge Hotel is a small hotel suitable for families and is approximately a 2-minutes walk from the waterfront.
Commercial and tourism sector is the backbone of the economy in general because of the cultural diversity and history of Jbeil. There are cafes and restaurants especially in the old city. Arab tourists and foreigners are attracted to the old traditional private restaurants and nightclubs, when the marine fish lovers are attracted to the Lebanese cuisine. Byblos comprises the most important seaside resorts in Lebanon.
Byblos has a historic relationship with the alphabet; if the ancient Egyptians created hieroglyphics to record their events through writing, and if the AlRafdion invented the cuneiform system for the same end, the Canaanite eastern shore of the Mediterranean drew inspiration from the two systems of writing, the result was an alphabetically Cuneiform signs writing system. This Phoenician alphabet in writing constitutes the origin of the contemporary alphabets and was found on Hiram sarcophagus, one of the Kings of the city.
Below is some information about airports located in Byblos
The airport is located in the South of the capital and was expanded and renovated in recent years and services about 4 million passengers annually. Use taxis to access Jounieh.