Damascus Flights GuideDamascus has a fascinating history, as it is considered one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world. This is most noticeable at the Great Mosque which was an important monument of the Umayyads. It continues to be a cultural hub for the Arab world. Visit the Azm Palace, the National Museum of Damascus, and and Salain Mausoleum to learn more about the history.
The Mount Qasioun is another must see. It's only a two hour drive or bus ride to Beirut, or just over one hour on the road to Lebanon. It is warmest in its summer months of June through August, and coldest in its winter months of December through February. For optimal weather, visit in the in between seasons of September through November or March through May!
Fly to Damascus from these popular routes with great prices.
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