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How to get to Hamra in Beirut (by Bus, Service or Taxi)

There are a few ways to get to Hamra where ALPS Beirut is located.

LL1000 Take Bus #4
This is a good option if you are coming from near Beirut Mall or Sodeco. It can be crowded (Bus 4 is more of a van than a bus), but the price is right, and it drives right by ALPS Beirut.

LL1000 Take Bus #2 or #8
Bus #2 is bigger than bus #4 and is a good option if you are coming from Sassine. Check out the Beirut Bus map for more information.

LL2000 Service
Depending on the time of day and where you are coming from, just say “Service” followed by AUB (if coming from Downtown Beirut), Hamra Street (If coming from Ashrafieh) or Barbar (If coming from Verdun or Mousaitbe). Read here from more info on taking a service in Beirut.

LL 4000 Servicein
If traffic is bad, you are coming from further away, or getting rejected a lot just say “Sevicein” to a service driver and pay LL4000 for the trip.

LL10000 Taxi
If you say “Taxi” to any driver, that means you are automatically paying 10,000 Lira for a private cab.  If you are planning to taking a taxi you might as well call ahead and they will come to you at the scheduled time.  Try Trust Taxi at 01 61 35 73 and they will tell you the price based on the distance you are traveling.

ALPS is in the Ras Beirut Center Building
Once you are in Hamra ask for directions to Supermarket Idriss.  If you are exiting Idriss, take a right and ALPS is in the Ras Beirut Center Building two blocks from Idriss.  Don’t hesitate to ask for directions-you will find people eager to help! Ask for directions to Supermarket Idriss.  If you are exiting Idriss, take a right and ALPS is in the Ras Beirut Center Building two blocks from Idriss.  Don’t hesitate to ask for directions-you will find people eager to help! You can call us at 01 75 50 25 if you get lost or check out this google map.


2 Comments

  1. […] of Hamra, you’ll have to pay anywhere from 1,000 lira for a seat on a bus, 2,000 lira for a service and about 10,000 lira for a taxi to get into Hamra and the same amount to get back home. We […]

  2. Nadine says:

    The map is so unclear. So I couldn’t get any information from it. But the question is how I can get from Cola to Burj l barajni by bus?

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