Now and then, we all need a special treat to take the edge off life in the bustling Lebanese capital. With this in mind, we took a little tour around the city and slightly further afield to find the fanciest pastry shops to satisfy our dessert cravings and make us feel like true royalty.
Lebanon has always been admired for its great food, but are you ready to discover the country like a true foodie? Come with us to discover six destinations that’ll send your taste buds into a glorious frenzy.
Mayyas have danced their way to victory on one of the biggest stages in the world. Here, Lisa Jerejian, editor of Lebanon Traveler, pays tribute to the alternative dance troupe who have single-handedly reminded us all how power cuts and political instability cannot stop the Lebanese dream.
Let’s be honest, we love it when our friends compliment our fashion choices. So, here’s a little list of fabulous bags and purses with a Lebanese twist that’ll get you noticed for all the right reasons.
Whether you’re a local looking to explore the country or a foreigner planning a memorable trip, there are innumerable adventures to be had in Lebanon. Here are 12 of our top picks.
With so many staycation options in Lebanon, it can be hard to find the right place, especially when you’re on a budget. But help is at hand with our practical list of guesthouses we love, where you’ll be pampered with authentic experiences and great hospitality for under 100 USD.
Lush scenery, springs, lakes and rivers, dense forests and authentic Lebanese hospitality — what more could you want? Here’s what’s waiting for you at Anjar Eco Park, a one-of-a-kind retreat nestled in the heart of the Bekaa Valley.
A national religious holiday for Christians and Muslims alike, Eid Al Saydeh is also known as the Feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. A period of fasting and mourning,…