Three of Lebanon’s museums will be equipped for the blind or visually impaired by January 2019.
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.
The fifth edition of Night of the Museums is taking place on 14 April, 2018, offering visitors the chance to explore 13 museums across Lebanon for free.
With the support of the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, we take you around eight of the most impressive museums in and around Beirut that are perfect for a family outing.
As one of Mount Lebanon’s oldest villages, Mtein is packed with history, culture and architectural heritage. Head over to the pretty village for a unique trip back in time.
Some of Beirut’s museums are as beautiful to look at from the outside as they are to explore from the inside. With the support of the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, we take you around four.
Emile Hannouche was born and raised in Chtaura, a charming town found in the center of Bekaa’s fertile valley.
Known as the “Bride of the Bekaa,” Zahle is Lebanon’s third largest city. It is part of the UNESCO “Creative Cities Network” thanks to its rich gastronomy.
The Shouf region is one of the best preserved and historically rich areas in the country, boasting picturesque villages and lush mountains.
Surrounded by olive groves and a large garden of mulberry trees, wild lavender and grape vines, is a beautiful old stone building that dates back to around 1890. Located in Bsous,…