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Ahead of Beirut Ar Fair’s tenth edition, we sit down with Mrs. Laure d’Hauteville, founder of the event, to learn more about the highlights of the past decade as well as what’s to come this year.
With the support of USAID, the Qab Elias municipality established a 15-kilometer-long hiking trail in a bid to improve rural tourism in the village.
Al Falamanki, Beirut’s much-loved restaurant chain, chose to mark its 10th anniversary by giving back to the community and focusing its efforts on minimizing plastic waste.
For its eighth edition, Beirut Design Week (BDW) will bring together an interesting mix of talents, highlighting the works of prominent Lebanese and local artists from 1-7 July 2019.
This 19-30 June, the global phenomenon is making a stop at The BIEL Parks to bring you its 43rd original production “BAZZAR.”
Celebrating its 11th edition this 7-9 June, the Cabriolet Film Festival is the first outdoor festival of its kind in Lebanon.
The nationwide campaign, organized by the Ministry of Environment, will comprise numerous cleanups all across the Lebanese shoreline.
Here’s a glimpse of who you’ll meet at the ultimate destination to plan your summer vacation in Lebanon.
Organized by the Ministry of Tourism, this event promotes Lebanon as a key destination for business and leisure travels to stakeholders from all around the world.
This June, the country will be voting to select a national rose to commemorate Greater Lebanon’s 100th anniversary at The Garden Show & Spring Festival.