The city of Sabratha, on the North West coast of Libya, is best known for its archaeological site, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982.
Visitors can stay at the Radisson Blu Al Mahary Hotel, Tripoli, and take a day trip to see this fascinating site, located just 66km from the Libyan capital. Be sure to remember a camera, as Sabratha provides visitors with some amazing photo opportunities.
Discover more about Sabratha
Sabratha was originally a Phoenician trading post and, like Leptis Magna, became part of Africa when the Romans arrived. A prosperous city, it began to decline in the 4th century and, by the 11th century, it had been abandoned.
Visitors to Sabratha today can still get an idea of its former architectural beauty from the ruins of buildings like the stunning three-storey theatre, the amphitheatre, the Temple of Liber Pater, the Capitolium and the Basilica of Justinian. Visitors can also see some of the treasures excavated by archaeologists in the two on-site museums, before returning to their Tripoli hotel to unwind.
Sightseeing from the Radisson Blu Al Mahary Hotel, Tripoli, Libya
Libya has many historic attractions, including Sabratha, Lepis Magna and the Arch of Marcus Aurelius in Tripoli. When looking for a stylish hotel in Tripoli, Libya,
within easy reach of the area’s main tourist attractions, look no further than the Radisson Blu Al Mahary Hotel, Tripoli.
This sophisticated hotel boasts 351 beautifully designed rooms and suites with stunning sea views, as well as two restaurants, a café, two bars and a tranquil spa and health centre.