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.
After turning heads at the 2019 Academy Awards back in February, Lebanese designers conquer yet another world-renowned fashion red carpet: the Cannes Film Festival.
The coffin was designed by the renowned Lebanese sculptor Rudy Rahme. It features olive tree wood from the Qadisha Valley, cedar wood and rock originating from Bkerki, and is finished with Vatican-insprired golden-yellow iron.
Beit El Hamra, Souk el Tayeb’s latest guesthouse, is the perfect retreat for visitors seeking peace and quiet in the heart of the capital.
City Sightseeing Beirut’s bright red buses have officially starting touring the capital.
Easter is a time to spend with family; and what better way to do so than at one of these egg-citing events!