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.
Whether you’re coming home for the summer or holidaying in Lebanon for the first time, you’re bound to want to take some souvenirs away with you. Here are 10 eclectic items we encourage you to buy, so you can keep a piece of Lebanon close to your heart.
With countless solo exhibitions and international awards to her name, multidisciplinary Lebanese artist Lena Kelekian has carved out a successful career in the art world.
Considered the Middle East’s art hub, Beirut continues to amaze us with its creative output. Whether you’re a collector or an enthusiast, these exhibitions deserve your attention. Be sure to check them out before they end.
Culture vultures rejoice! Lebanon is the perfect destination to partake in a deeper and more immersive travel experience that goes beyond the surface. Explore off-beat and underrated cities in this unique country. Check out these five ideas recommended by travel coach Jenny Johnson.
Passionate about interior design, architecture and her country, Delphine Gebran has spent the last decade working on some of Beirut’s most iconic bars and restaurants. Here, she talks about her latest project, a countryside escape in Bekaa, and her love for local artisanship.
Keeping up with the global trend, Beirut has its fair share of specialty coffee shops, as Taste & Flavors, our sister publication, points out with its list of the hottest spots in the Lebanese capital.
Inaugurated in October 2013, the MiM museum of minerals has brought something truly unique to the country’s cultural scene. This state-of-the-art institution houses the private compendium of minerals accumulated by Lebanese collector and entrepreneur Salim Edde.