Hammana is renowned for its picturesque valley, named after the famous poet Lamartine. The Frenchman spent a significant amount of time in the area, which he considered to be the “work of God.”
Nestled in an untouched cradle of wild forests in the Batroun mountains, Hardine is the oldest Christian village in Lebanon and hometown of Lebanese saint Nimatullah Kassab, known as Al Hardini. We…
Visit the historical town of Qab Elias to discover a vibrant fruit and vegetable market, archaeological ruins of and ecotourism activities.
The name is synonymous with Lebanese coffee culture, but how did it start? We take a trip back in time to tell the story of Café Younes.
The city of Anjar is famous for its strong Armenian ties and its stunning Umayyad ruins that are unique in Lebanon. Set among magnificent mountains, it is a perfect example of an exciting retreat boasting a rich history.
Located in the Bekaa Valley, Zahle is Lebanon’s third largest city and a hub in the region. The city is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and is renowned for producing a large share of Lebanon’s wine, arak and poetry.
A trip to Batroun makes for the perfect warm-weather getaway. Known for having some of the best beach clubs in the country, Batroun greets visitors with pristine blue waters and white pebble beaches.
We celebrate a rich culture, language, church and a tragic page in history that come together to reaffirm the survival of the Armenian people.
Although these buildings and monuments serve as stark visual markers of a dark chapter in Lebanon’s history, they also illustrate the resilience of our incredible country.
Used by numerous religions to mark the repetitions of prayers, chants or devotions, misbaha (prayer beads) are an important part of Lebanese heritage.