Tripoli - Travel and Tourism
Once known as the “White Bride of the Mediterranean,” Tripoli is the capital of Libya and its most populous city.
Also known as the Red Castle, this is the most definitive landmark of the Tripoli skyline. Much of it is now home to the Jamahiriya Museum.
The Libyan climate is divided between milder Mediterranean conditions and harsh desert heat.
Libya has begun opening its borders more widely.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
You will usually be accompanied when you are in Libya because you must be with a tour company.
The cultural and tourism center of Tripoli is the medina, which provides traditional shopping, mosques, restaurants, and bathhouses.