In a world full of chaos, we all need a little peace and quiet. Take a look at these five charming spots in Beirut where you can enjoy a good read, a tasty coffee and, most importantly, leave the noise outside.
For almost 30 years, the Al Bustan Festival has been wowing audiences with its rich cultural program of performance art, which is largely put together by a talented team of women.
If you haven’t made the most of winter in Lebanon, fear not. Here are some activities that will make you fall in love with the snowy season before it ends.
Recognizing the importance of preserving Lebanon’s precious crafts, Zeina Raphael and Pascale Habis, founders of The Ready Hand, have thrown their efforts into supporting the country’s shrinking community of artisans.
While numerous towns and cities across Lebanon are revered for their historic landmarks, there are many rural attractions that are relatively unknown to the public. Karim Sokhn, founder of online travel blog Wanderleb, shares his selection of five unique rural spots that’ll transport you to the past.
In Lebanon Eid El Barbara is all about good food and fun-filled memories. It is a longstanding tradition where kids wear disguises and roam their neighborhoods looking for treats. And no…
Zaatar, we simply can’t get enough of the stuff! Besides its incredible taste, this herb is fast gaining a reputation for its medicinal qualities. Here are eight unexpected health benefits of zaatar.
Basket making is rooted in Lebanese tradition. We discover more with the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism.
Between the numerous Covid-19 lockdowns and the country’s hardships, nature remains a healer for travel blogger, hiker, explorer and photographer Nidal Majdalani, who shares with us a selection outstanding landscapes and hiking trails from her travels across Lebanon.