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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.