If lazing on the beach all summer long isn’t quite your thing, don’t sweat it. Travel blogger Nadine Chemali has some great suggestions to help you get the most out of the season.
Taking place from 8-10 June 2018 on the famous St. Nicholas Steps in Gemmayze, the Cabriolet Film Festival is celebrating a decade of bringing short films to Beirut.
Travel Lebanon is back for its fifth edition at Beirut Hippodrome until 2 June 2018. Inviting visitors of all ages to discover new destinations and celebrate the nation’s rich heritage, we take a look at over 50 exhibitors you can meet there.
To celebrate the sixth edition of International Jazz Day in Beirut, Nejmeh Square is gearing up to host a free three-day festival.
To mark the silver anniversary, this year’s Al Bustan Festival is centered on Johann Sebastian Bach, the composer whose music, for many, personifies the Baroque period.
With the support of the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, we round up five major events to jot down in your diary.
With the support of the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, we take a look at some cool events taking place over the coming months to mark down on your calendar!
As a nation of food lovers, there’s a lot happening in Beirut over the next few days guaranteed to keep your appetite at bay.
A few weeks ago, strange symbols started to appear on the walls of Beirut with the word “united” inscribed using calligraffiti, a style of writing that combines calligraphy and graffiti. Here’s why.
In collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, we take a peek at the hottest festivals, food and music events around the country that you do not want to miss!