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hop off a red bus around BeirutWhile vacationing in capitals such as London, Paris and Dubai, many Lebanese will have clambered up the steps of a double-decker bus to catch a glimpse of the cities' most famous landmarks. From Saturday, visitors to Lebanon will now be able to hitch a ride on one of three iconic red buses that will meander through the streets of Beirut, providing new angles to view the city.The buses, run by international tour company City Sightseeing, will begin at Martyrs' Square, and then loop around the city via 15 "hop-on, hop-off" stops along the way, including at the Raouche Rocks, which legend says are the remains of "a giant sea beast," the chic Zaitunay Bay and the colorful steps of Mar Mikhael.Starting Saturday, the bus tours will operate daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets can be purchased on board and at Beirut Souks, ABC malls and Zaitunay Bay.
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