Turkish Airlines offers 12 different flight alternatives in average every day from Gothenburg to Beirut. All operated as connecting over Istanbul Airport (IST), flights in this route do not change in number throughout the year. The duration of the journey varies by the layover at Istanbul, ranging from 8 to 28 hours.
Turkish Airlines offers privileged opportunities to color up your layover at Istanbul during your journey from Gothenburg to Beirut. If your layover is between 6 to 24 hours, you may have a chance to benefit from the complimentary sightseeing service Touristanbulto explore the magnificent Istanbul.
Situated along the North Sea in Kattegat Gulf at the crossroads of Gota Alv River and Gota Canal, Gothenburg ranks among the top popular destinations in Sweden. As a city with an extremely advanced technologic infrastructure, Gothenburg stands out by its cultural organizations and art events. Lisaberg, which is the top favorite spots of the young population as the largest theme and amusement park in the entire Scandinavia is flooded by visitors especially when the weather is nice. Other attractions in the city include but are not limited to the Gothenburg Botanical Garden and Rohss Museum, together with Gothenburg Museum of Art which has managed to preserve its valuable collections remaining from the 15thcentury.
There are two airports serving in Gothenburg: Landvetter Airport (GOT) and Gothenburg City Airport (GSE). Turkish Airlines flights from Gothenburg take off from Landvetter Airport (GOT).
It is possible to use the municipal buses operating between the center and the airport for reaching Landvetter Airport (GOT) located 25 kilometers to Gothenburg center. You may reach the airport within nearly thirty minutes via the buses setting off from the central station.
Those do not wish to wait for the buses may use the cabs available 7/24 anywhere in the city to reach the airport in a comfortable way.
A city along the Mediterranean Sea ranking among the top popular Middle Eastern destinations, Beirut has successfully managed to rise from its ashes and leave the sorrowful moments of the past behind.
The coastal strip Corniche is a favorite spot of the tourists in the city arousing interest by its cosmopolitan population. This strip of 15 kilometers offers you a chance to see the modern structures as well. Moreover you should definitely visit Corniche to see the city’s iconic Pigeon Rocks. The Roman Ruins in the center, on the other hand, attract considerable number of tourists who are fond of historical and touristic tours. Al-Omar Mosque and St. George’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral are the noteworthy religious spots in Beirut. The cave named Jeite Grotto, a spectacular site a bit out of the city which can be reached by cable cars, and the lake within that can be seen by a boat tour are simply worth-seeing especially by the tourists who like to explore the natural beauties.
The sole airport managing the city’s busy air traffic is Beirut Rafik Hariri International Airport (BEY). Turkish Airlines passengers holding a flight ticket to Beirut land at this airport, which is only 7 kilometers to the center.
There are not much alternatives in transport between Rafik Hariri International Airport (BEY) and Beirut city center. Since there is no official public transport service in this route, passengers prefer using a cab, renting a car or benefiting from private transfer service.
It is possible to reach the city center by the cabs serving on the way out the airport or via the minibuses operating outside of the airport. However, note that these minibuses have no certain stop system. You should therefore inform the driver when you wish to get off the vehicle.
It would also be recommendable to contact the transfer firms or car rental offices prior to your journey so as to ensure a smooth transport when arrived.