The Republic of Lebanon is a small country within the Middle East region with its capital being Beirut. It has a long coastline on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea and shares a long land border with its much larger neighbour Syria to the north and the east, a much shorter border with Israel to the south.
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Beirut is the capital city of Lebanon with a population of approximately 2.1 million people in its metropolitan area.
Tripoli is a city in northern Lebanon. From Beirut's Charles Helou station, you can either take a bus, Share a Taxi with others …
Tyre is the fourth-largest city in Lebanon. It is particularly noteworthy for its stunning and clean beaches as well as some of the finest examples of Roman architecture in the world.
Every visitor to Lebanon has heard that in this country one can ski on snow in the morning and swim in the waters of the Mediterranean in the afternoon.
Byblos بيبلوس, also known by its Arabic name of Jbeil جبَيل, is an ancient phoenician city located about 35 Kilometers north of the capital Beirut in modern day Lebanon.
Mount Lebanon is a region of Lebanon. The Mount Lebanon region is an outdoor adventure-lover's paradise.
Jeita, or Jeita Grotto, is a cave located in Lebanon about 18km north of Beirut. Caverns sculpted by water and time.
The Bekaa is a vast, open valley nestled in the east between Lebanon’s two mountain ranges.
South Lebanon is in Lebanon. Southern Lebanon is a historian and archaeologist’s delight, with a history dating back to the Assyrians over 6,000 years ago.
Sidon is in a city in Lebanon. The people are largely Sunni Muslims. Take a bus or a car for a 1-hour drive from Beirut.
Lebanon Mountain Trail is the first long-distance hiking trail in Lebanon! The LMT extends from Qbaiyat in the north of Lebanon …
Northern Lebanon uniquely blends the outdoors with extensive historical and cultural attractions.
Jounieh is a city in Lebanon. It is closely associated with Beirut, the capital. From Beirut take bus #6 going from Cola station to Byblos.