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Lebanon Travel Wiki

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Travel to Lebanon

With a long coastline that hugs the eastern Mediterranean Sea, the rich history of this nation can be experienced no matter where you may choose to visit. Four of the oldest continuously populated cities in the world today are located here, which means you can experience Roman baths, ruins from the Crusades, and modern amenities during your stay.

Lebanon is a very hospitable country, even if the country seems to be politically sensitive. Although self-proclaimed, Beirut is often referred to as the “Paris of the East.” There is a certain pursuit of happiness and fun that can be found along these city streets that is infectious. Since there is virtually no rain from June to August, spending time at the shore and then cruising local shops for a hidden gem is a common pastime for visitors and locals alike.

There are visa restrictions in place, but a visa upon arrival will be issued to anyone traveling from EU/EEA member states. A telephone number and address to a local hotel or other address must be in your possession and a non-refundable return ticket must be presented. The only exception to this is if an EU traveler has evidence of visiting Israel on their passport or is carrying items that are marked in Hebrew language. This will cause entry to be denied.

Some of the modern wonders of the world, such as the Jeita Grotto, are waiting to be discovered in Lebanon. With a little advanced planning, it could be one of the best trips you’ve ever taken.

Best of Lebanon.

A place of ancient civilisation stretching back many thousands of years, Lebanon has in more recent times been a focal point of tourism in the Middle East. The eastern Mediterranean Sea laps the coastline of the country all along its west, and with great beaches and amazing weather, Lebanon holidays are incredible. You may be surprised to know that you can ski in Lebanon, as the country is mountainous and has half a dozen ski resorts. The charming capital, Beirut, once a hotbed of style and sophistication known as the ‘Paris of the East’, is experiencing a resurgence of interest among tourists.

With beautiful beaches and a wonderful cosmopolitan atmosphere, Beirut is the natural choice for people visiting Lebanon. The city has been around for at least 4,000 years, starting out as a port. Today it’s the country’s major port as well as the business heart of Lebanon, and for the tourist it has a wealth of culture to explore. Further north along the coast is Lebanon’s second-largest city, Tripoli. The historical districts of the city are fascinating to walk around and there’s so much else to see and do there. Other options for places to stay during Lebanon holidays include Sidon on the south coast and Zahle in the picturesque Beqaa Valley agricultural region in the east.

Lebanon has a glorious Mediterranean climate, with hot and humid summers and cool winters. It can get very hot in Lebanon in August, way up to a sizzling 38C, and it’s even been known to reach 40C. Make sure you’re well covered when heading out during the summer, or wearing plenty of high-factor sunscreen if at the beach.

Whatever you’re doing on your Lebanon holidays, whether lazing by the beach and soaking up the sun or exploring the wonderful countryside, when you have some spare time, check out the National Museum of Beirut and immerse yourself in the country’s long history and culture. The museum houses around 100,000 artefacts that were uncovered during excavations in various parts of the country, some dating as far back as prehistoric times. Other places worth visiting in Lebanon include the Lebanese Heritage Museum in Jounieh, a coastal city 16km north of the capital, and the Beirut Art Center.

Just 5km off the coast of Tripoli is the Palm Islands Nature Reserve. It’s made up of three islands that together encompass an area of 4.2 square kilometres. The islands are important places for migratory birds as well as loggerhead turtles, which are endangered, and monk seals. They’re only open to the public for a few months of the year, usually from July to September.

Spectacular sights await visitors at the Jeita Grotto, two interconnected limestone caves, one lower than the other, in the Nahr al-Kalb Valley, around 18km north of Beirut. The caves are among the biggest tourist attractions in the country, and a boat is needed to visit the lower one.

Delve into Lebanon’s variety of mouth-watering cuisine, which has an emphasis on seafood and chicken. Choose from delights such as as stuffed grape leaves, hummus and baba ghanoush, a delicious appetiser made from aubergine, tomatoes, onions, seasonings and olive oil. For desert, you must try baklava, a delectable blend of nuts and honey in filo pastry.

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Beirut, capital of Lebanon

Beirut Travel Wiki Travel to Beirut Read about and get inspiration for a trip to the city, check for the cheapest flights and hotels in Beirut For much of the western world, Beirut is a unique city that has been often off-limits to them to visit because of the constant threat of conflict in the region. From the Lebanese Civil War to various protest groups being in conflict with one another, it is good to see this incredible city begin to open...

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Biggest City Lebanon

Facts about Lebanon, Biggest city What are the name of the biggest city Lebanon, and how big are city by population. Easy overview of the informations in the sortable table below. Please note that the informations comes from various sources,if you are using the informations professional you should get confirmation that the figures are actual. Last update august 2017

Geography and facts, Lebanon

Lebanon, geography and facts explained Geograhy, facts, local customs and foodie guide. All explained in videos 8 to 15 minutes, very good, informative and funny videos that will ensure you see the videos to the end. The videos are produced by Geography now, thanks for the videos and keep up the good work.

Lebanon Holidays

Lebanon Public Holidays See the calendars for national Lebanon holidays year by year. Find and just click on the year you for which you need more information about Lebanon holidays, and the calendar for the year will open. When is the non working days for the year. Public / national days, see the calendar for the country here.

Official holidays

When are holidays and no working days in the country ?

January 1New Year's DayLe Nouvel an
January 6Armenian ChristmasNoël Arménien
February 9St. Maroun DayLa Fête de Saint-Maron
March 25Feast of the AnnunciationLa Fête de l'Annonciation
Friday immediately before Easter SundayGood FridayVendredi Saint
VariableEaster SundayPâques
May 1Workers' DayFête du Travail
August 15Feast of the AssumptionL'Assomption de Marie
November 22Independence DayLa Fête nationale
December 25ChristmasNoël
VariableIslamic New YearLe Nouvel an islamique
VariableDay of AshuraLa Fête de l’Achoura
VariableMawlidLe Mawlid
VariableEid ul-FitrL'Aïd el-Fitr
VariableEid al-AdhaL’Aïd el-Kebir