Over the years Joseph Matar, a poet and artist, became very close friends with Farid Serhal, a Member of Parliament for Jezzine, and witnessed Serhal building his dream palace. In 1956,…
Iconic Landmarks or Places
The Qalaat Abou el Hassan fortress, also known as Belhasem, is one of Lebanon’s ancient hidden secrets. Prehistoric castles, ancient ruins, nameless temples and pillars mark almost every area of Lebanon.…
If these temple walls could speak, they would tell a million stories. We go on another adventure with biodiversity conservationist Elsa Sattout.
There is no shortage of places to stay and things to do in Lebanon, so much so that we could all do with a helping hand. Take a look at our selection of beaches, wineries, museums and guesthouses with this handy Google Map.
The Lebanese Ministry of Culture has come up with a bright idea to bring a little light relief during these challenging times: a virtual tour of some of Lebanon’s top sites and museums.
It’s time to grab your camera! Take a trip down memory lane to discover Lebanon’s once glorious train network with travel expert Pia Abboud.
Having lived over 50 years, Jounieh’s Teleferique continues its journey up and down the Harissa heights, remaining an important Lebanese landmark.
City Sightseeing Beirut’s bright red buses have officially starting touring the capital.
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.