Information for Travelers
Lebanon is a state in West Asia on the Mediterranean.
It borders Syria
to the north and east and Israel
along the Blue Line to the south.
In the west, it is washed by the Mediterranean Sea.
Also known as the "Paris of the East", there are many places to visit in Lebanon that offer a sense of peace, dream and adventure.
The Baalbek Temples are one of the most famous places to visit in Lebanon.
Often called the "City of the Sun", Baalbek is the perfect city in Lebanon for seeing ancient archaeological monuments.
It is a country with many landmarks, whether for sightseeing or just a pleasant casual vacation.
The country is characterized by its dramatic coastline, tasty cuisine, affable locals and DJs.
Although the country is small in size, it serves 5 UNESCO World Heritage sites.
The country is home to many temples, the most important of which are the Temple of Bacchus and the Temple of Jupiter.
The temple of Bacchus is one of the best preserved and most magnificent Roman ruins.
There are parts of Lebanon that feel very European and parts of Lebanon that feel very Middle Eastern.
Places where you can default to French and places where you need to know some Arabic words.
Once a civil war-torn hellhole, it is now recovering and towering above the rest in all its glory.
Lebanon is now a more attractive holiday destination than ever before.
Read about Lebanon in Wikipedia