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A craft collection recently launched by UNIDO hopes to promote Lebanese handicrafts by showcasing the work of 19 craftspeople from around the country.
With the support of the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, we explore five cool festivals to attend this weekend.
Festival season has landed just in time with Summer Misk boasting two unforgettable nights of great music.
Beirut Design Week is back for its seventh edition, presenting the country’s most innovative projects of the year.
Straight to Lebanon from the 57th Venice Biennale, artist and composer Zad Moultaka’s “SamaS” hopes to combat the region’s age-long cycle of violence through art.
Holy Lebanon is a free travel e-guide promoting religious-based tourism and supporting the sustainable development of local communities across the country.
Taking place from 8-10 June 2018 on the famous St. Nicholas Steps in Gemmayze, the Cabriolet Film Festival is celebrating a decade of bringing short films to Beirut.
It’s no secret that Lebanon has witnessed periods of great prosperity throughout its history, with countless palaces across the country standing testament to that fact. In collaboration with the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, we explore four of these incredible gems.
Travel Lebanon is back for its fifth edition at Beirut Hippodrome until 2 June 2018. Inviting visitors of all ages to discover new destinations and celebrate the nation’s rich heritage, we take a look at over 50 exhibitors you can meet there.
At its Cannes Film Festival premiere on 17 May 2018, Nadine Labaki’s latest film “Capharnaüm” received an incredible 15-minute standing ovation, with critics calling it “phenomenal.”