Lebanon, often described as heaven on earth is a land like no other. Suspended between the sky and the sea this small country has never failed to impress its visitors who always dream of coming back over and over again.
Considering its small area, Lebanon is one of the richest countries in the world due to its unique diversity and shocking contrasts.
- weatherLebanon has a Mediterranean climate with a mild and pleasant weather all year round.
- languageFrench and English are widely and equally spoken as the native language, Arabic
- currencyThe Lebanese pound is the official currency in the country; however, US dollars and Euros are widely used
Lebanon is often called a crossroad of civilizations. Here, you can find a relic of almost every civilization in the world; from the stone age, Phoenician cities, Greek and Roman ruins, Arab, historical mosques and churches, ruins of temples, palaces and streets. All this diversity has made Lebanon one of the culturally richest countries in the Arab world. Below are some of the must-see sites when you visit Lebanon
- ANJAR RUINS
- BAALBECK TEMPLES
- MSEILHA FORT
- BEIRUT ROMAN BATHS
- TYRE RUINS
With 18 recognized religious sects that freely practice their beliefs, Lebanon has once again proven to be a unique and rich country. With such a diverse religious scene, a pilgrim to Lebanon will definitely live a holy experience like no other. Tucked away in remote valleys or perched atop of glorious mountains, Lebanon holy sites will definitely touch your heart and soul.
- OUADI QADISHA
- SAYDET EL HOSN
- SANCTUARY OF SAINT RAFQA
- MOHAMMAD AL-AMIN MOSQUE BEIRUT
- OUR LADY OF LEBANON HARISSA
As a result of the Lebanese awareness of their patrimony and culture, more interest is shown in green sustainable tourism. Rural development and preserving eco systems have created a new trend in travel and set a profound platform for green tourism.
Hidden villages, green valleys and picturesque landscapes were set on the tourism map and can be easily accessed especially with the foundation of Lebanon Mountain Trail Association.
- NAHR IBRAHIM
- CEDARS OF GOD
- BKASSINE PINE FOREST
From white-capped mountains to blue seas, from bare Rocky landscapes to lush green valleys watered by rivers and waterfalls, Lebanon is blessed with the perfect scene for nature and adventure lovers.
Skiing, camping, hiking, horseback riding, rafting, paragliding and whatever activity you may think of you will definitely enjoy here.
Galleries & Museums
The Lebanese are known for their refined and sophisticated tastes. Their love for arts and traditions is shown in the abundance of art galleries and museums. Museums documenting their history like the national museum or their traditional products like the soap museum or silk museum. Some of the remarkable museums are:
- NATIONAL MUSEUM
- SURSOCK MUSEUM
- GEBRAN MUSEUM
Festivals & Nightlife
The festivals of Lebanon and since the fifties have aimed at promoting culture, tourism and peace. Most of these festivals are held in archeological sites which give them a magical ambiance. the festivals welcome talents from around the world and attract many visitors. Among the most famed are:
- Baalbeck International Festivals
- Byblos Festivals
- Beiteddine Festivals
- Al Bustan Festival
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