Tyre was a prosperous Phoenician city that was responsible for the founding of Mediterranean colonies, such as Carthage and Cadiz.
Brimming with hidden gems, Lebanon’s southernmost city of Tyre is those places that never fails to impress.
From female empowerment to reviving ancient traditions from Phoenician times, this ecovillage does it all. We sat down with the founders to learn more.
In the heart of Tyre, surrounded by hectares of banana plantations, lies Les Jardins de Tyr: a stunning 10-room guesthouse. Travel blog Notes of a Traveler shows us around.
This month, Tyre is taking center stage in Lebanon’s art scene with the first edition of the Lebanon International Arts Festival.
Hidden in Tyre’s old quarter is Dar Camelia, a beautiful member of the L’Hôte Libanais family, a boutique hotel inspired from Morrocan riads and traditional Lebanese homes.
EL Boutique Hotel in Tyre is turning heads with its stunning sea views. We took a tour of the 14-room historic property with co-owner Youssef Hadid. What inspired you to create…
Since 1996, the Tyre International Festival has been bringing the best of Arabic music to South Lebanon.
Celebrity chef and TV personality Joe Barza takes us around his beautiful hometown of Tyre in South Lebanon.
Lebanon’s historic southern city is well known for its impressive ruins and long stretch of sandy beach, but there is so much more to see. LT reveals five alternative things to…