One day trip. leptis magna Libya
The most important tourist attractions Tripoli
Among the most important tourist, historical and archeological attractions in the city: the Triumphal Arch of Septimius Severus. The sports arena was built by Emperor Hadrian and renovated during the reign of Emperor Septimius Severus. Linda Beachfront Theatre. Lebda Beach. Other landmarks: a cold bath, a public restroom, and a tourist café.
The city of Linda is one of the Libyan cities that was founded in the Phoenician era by Canaanite sailors and was characterized by abundant water, means of transportation and fertile soil. And the lobster, the bazkinah, the lobster, the obsessiveness, and the major lubda. Geographical location: It is geographically located in North Africa, specifically on the Mediterranean coast at the mouth of Wadi Lebda in the State of Libya, and it is one hundred and twenty kilometers from the capital, Tripoli, to the east. Its side, and it is three kilometers away from the city of Al-Khums, and its climate is mild.
The city was once home to human groups that lived in prehistoric times on the banks of Wadi Ramla. It was also a natural port for many merchants of Canaanite origin. The Phoenicians founded the city and called it Leptis Magna, and in the late seventh century BC. The birth was called the City of Lakes, and its founders were worshipers of the god of the universe, Ares, and worshipers of the god, King Ishtar.
During the reign of the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus, its commercial port grew and became one of the most important basins of the Mediterranean in the region, and that was in the year 200 BC. Today, the city is considered one of the most beautiful archaeological areas in the Mediterranean basin, and it contains many Roman ruins.
At the beginning of the second century BC, it became a city belonging to the Numidians, between the First Carthage War and the Second Carthage War. In the year 111 BC, the city sent a delegation to Rome asking it for friendship and alliance, in order to get rid of the rule of the Numidians, and in the year 42 BC, the Romans took control of the city, thus ending the rule of the Numidians.
In the year 146 AD, Stimio Severus, one of the sons of the noble families in it, appeared in the city, and he took over its rule and took charge of its affairs, spreading security and knowledge in it. The Asturians attacked the city, and in the year 533 AD the Byzantines occupied the city, and in the year 643 AD the Arabs arrived, and this period was the first Islamic conquest.
Among the most important tourist, historical and archaeological attractions in the city:
1- Triumphal Arch of Septimius Severus.
2- The sports arena was built by Emperor Hadrian, and was renovated during the reign of Emperor Septimius Severus.
3- Lebda Theater overlooking the sea.
4- Greater Leptis Beach.
5- Other landmarks: the cold bath, the public restroom, and the tourist café.
8 a.m. Transfer in a comfortable, air-conditioned coach with facilities to the town of Linda on the 125 km coastal roads. Getting to the city 10.20 minutes
The reception from the guide and the tour in the city until 14:30, and he was taken to the restaurant for lunch, and he completed the tour and returned to Tripoli.
4- Entry fees
Ship cruise visa