A national religious holiday for Christians and Muslims alike, Eid Al Saydeh is also known as the Feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. A period of fasting and mourning,…
Situated on a hill in the Arnoun area, Kalaat Cheiif, also known as Beaufort Castle, stands tall, a witness to Lebanon’s history from the Middle Ages until modern times.
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.
Standing at the heart of the Bekaa, Zahle provides visitors with a plethora of exciting landmarks, activities and food experiences.
We celebrate a rich culture, language, church and a tragic page in history that come together to reaffirm the survival of the Armenian people.
Lebanon’s appeal goes beyond its beautiful landscapes. It is a country steeped in history and heritage. Here, Elissar Baalbaki Eid, head of the TourGuides Syndicate, tells us more about the country’s five UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
For the past 15 years, archeologists with the British Museum have been digging in Sidon and uncovering never before-seen treasures in Lebanon. We, at Lebanon Traveler, dug our own way into the site.…
As one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, Baalbeck is a city that needs no introduction.
Originally a Phoenician town thought to have been inhabited since 9000 BC, Baalbeck was a place of pilgrimage for the Sky God ‘Baal’ and his Queen of Heaven ‘Astarte’. Today, it…