Tyre, an ancient Phoenician city, has a number of ancient sites.
Saida is the third-largest city in Lebanon, located on the Mediterranean coast.
Baalbek, City of the Sun. Holds some of the world's historical Roman sites.
Anjar is the most unique archaeological experience you’ll have in Lebanon.
Tripoli's dates back to the 14th century BC. Home to the largest fortress in Lebanon.
Anjar
Bekaa
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Baalbek
Bekaa
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Saida
South
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Tyre
South
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Tripoli
North
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Jeita Grotto
Mount Lebanon
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Beirut
Beirut
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Byblos
Mount Lebanon
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Jezzine
South
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Faraya
Mount Lebanon
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A land of golden beaches and stunning mountain landscapes. Landscapes that change with the seasons, but are always bathed in the warm sun. The daylight rising over Lebanon brings endless opportunities of fun, beach, nature and outdoor activities. You’ll never know what to choose.
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Lebanese time is G.M.T. +2 hours in winter (October to March) and +3 hours in summer (April to September)
While Arabic is Lebanon's official language, English and French are widely spoken.
All foreigners must have a valid passport and visa to enter Lebanon.
The official Lebanese currency is the Lebanese pound or lira (LL).
All personal belongings are exempt from ordinary customs duties.
Lebanon is a developed country with relatively good health facilities.
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