The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office has advised travellers against all but essential travel to Lebanon.
The advice warns all foreign nationals in Beirut to exercise extreme caution and stay indoors.
The Office added that "Numerous roads throughout Lebanon, including the airport highway, are currently subject to closure with groups of protesters burning tyres."
Violence broke out across the country in the wake of the funeral of security chief Wissam al-Hassan, who was killed by a car bomb in Beirut on Friday along with eight others.
Government offices in Beirut were stormed as leaders of opposition parties claimed that Syria was behind the attacks.
The violence comes only a week after the Lebanese minister of tourism, Fady Abboud, accused American TV show ?Homeland' of misrepresenting Beirut as a city full of terrorists.
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