A stroll through the souks
Wander down the city’s characteristic stone cobbled street where you can find old stone arched souks that sell everything from traditional embroidery to souvenirs and boutique jewelry.
(71 077066, 03 462512) is a must stop for delicate embroidery work on towels, dressing gowns and tablecloths.
(09 943023, eddeyard.com) is the place for highend design featuring leather bags including clutches and travel bags by Lebanese designers. The owner Alice Eddé often holds instore events with local artisans and designers. Close to Ebre w Kheit is (09 542226,) a great place to pick up the spices and herbs of the ancient spice road. (03 261217) is the shop of Lebanese artist, Reynaldo Sayegh, who creates paintings and drawings on pottery, wood and glass. You can usually find him listening to old songs from Lebanese singer Sabah. Make sure to pass by the (09 540463, 70 400240. Entrance LL8,000, under 10s LL5,000,) which offers a kitsch look at Lebanese history through wax statues, taking in the Phoenicians, the Emirs and Lebanese folklore.
Reynaldo and some Ideas
Byblos Historic Wax Museum