Libya is an eye-popper of a country worth visited at least once in a lifetime. Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Ottomans and Arabs did their part for its posterity leaving Libya with five Unesco World Heritage sites, which can be visited during your stay. Itineries can be tailor made depending on your preferences and the length of your stay.
This 4 day cultural tour is designed to introduce you to Libya, its capital Tripoli, and the remarkably well-preserved Roman ruins of Leptis Magna and Sabratha. The tour begins with Tripoli, a charming and cosmopolitan Mediterranean city steeped in history. You will visit:
Enjoy one day at the magnificent coastal site of Leptis Magna, one of the largest and best-preserved Roman cities in the world.
A ROMAN VILLA
A small private-owned Roman Villa overlooking the Mediterranean with awe-inspiring mosaics.
The museum which houses 18 underground tombs, discovered in 1958.
The WWII Cemetery in Tripoli contains 1,369 Commonwealth burials, 133 of them unidentified.
Discover the cultural and historical depth of Tripoli, a modern city filled with remnants of a grand past, including the Arch of Marcus Aurelius, the Ahmad Pasha al Qaramanli Mosque, and the Naga Mosque.
EXPLORE 20TH-CENTURY TRIPOLI
“Italian Libya” Basically, your exploration of Tripoli’s 20th-century Italian architecture heritage – Visit three neighborhoods.
EXPLORE THE ROMAN RUINS OF SABRATHA
Visit the ruins and step back in time.