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Overview Of The Port Of Tripoli

About Tripoli
Tripoli is the capital city and the largest city of Libya. The city is located in the north-western part of Libya on the edge of the desert.

The bustling Medina is home to mosques, homes, shops and stalls, accessible via Martyr Square. This is where traders sell their goods, mostly household items. There are also shops that sell rugs, jewellery and clothing.

Note: women are advised to dress conservatively and travel in groups.

Tripoli has many beautiful historic mosques, Ahmed Pasha Karamanli being one of them.

The People Palace is a former residence of Libyan royals.

Red Castle, or Assaraya al-Hamra showcases traditional crafts during the Ottoman Empire.

Jamahiriya Museum has a good collection of artefacts and archaeological finds dating back many centuries.

Leptis Magna and Sabratha have well preserved Roman ruins and temples.

The Arch of Marcus Aurelius was built around 165AD. It was once part of the ancient Roman city of Oea, founded in the 7th century BC.

Libyan cuisine includes soups, vegetables, salads, couscous, chicken and meat dishes. There are also some excellent seafood options and pizzas available. (Note: alcohol is prohibited in Libya so there are no bars or clubs).
Cruise Terminal
Tripoli cruise port is the main seaport and Tripoli cruise terminal is just a short distance from the city.

Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Tripoli

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