Religious anthropologist, researcher and founder of NEOS Tourism consultancy Nour Farra-Haddad takes us to an Armenian landmark in Downtown Beirut. There, we pray for peace, for the victims of the Beirut blast, and we stand in solidarity with the Armenian community.
Religious anthropologist, researcher and founder of NEOS Tourism consultancy Nour Farra-Haddad takes us to a century-old pilgrimage site in Beirut to remember the victims of the 4 August blast and to say a prayer of hope.
Celebrating its 12th edition from 24-26 July 2020, the Cabriolet Film Festival is the first outdoor festival of its kind in Lebanon. We speak to the festival’s founder, Ibrahim Samaha, to learn more about what’s happening this year.
Acclaimed journalist Carla Henoud has been writing for Lebanon’s only French-language newspaper, L’Orient Le Jour, for over twenty years. We learn more about her career and her book in this exclusive interview.
Cycling in Lebanon has become increasingly popular over recent years, and for good reason. The coastal routes in particular are full of unexpected gems.
Nestled between the glitzy Wadi Abou Jmil neighborhood and the more authentic area of Wardieh, Clemenceau is serenely quiet, historically charged and bursting with hidden treasures.
Lebanon has some incredible religious sites where spirituality and architecture converge. We explore five mosques around the country that will leave you in awe.
An important destination for pilgrims, Lebanon is home to hundreds of churches. We go on an aerial adventure around the country with photographer Rami Rizk to view just a small selection.
TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice awards has ranked Beirut the third top “emerging” destination for 2020.
If you’re a culture enthusiast, Beirut will not disappoint you. We uncover some of the city’s brightest jewels.