Beirut is known as a city that never sleeps and makes one go wild for the whole night at a bar or a nigth club. The city is also known for the dance shows and local cafes.
With 225km of Mediterranean coastline extending the entire length of the country from north to south, you'll find plenty of sun and sand in Lebanon. Beach season in Lebanon strechtes from April to October, with sunny, dry weather and warm temperatures(20 -32oC/68-90oF)for swimming,sunbathing and water sports
With the onset of winter, Lebanon has once again proven itself to be the center of winter sports and snowy white capped slopes in the Middle East.
As one of the rarest countries on the Mediterranean to offer some of the best and most breathtaking ski resorts availbale, Lebanon has become a unique trademark for visitors seeking the ultimate winter experience.
Sahteyn' is a word you will often hear in a Lebanese home - loosely translated it means 'twice your health' - a form of welcome to join a family and share delicious food. And this is some of the most exquisite food in the world. Lebanese cuisine is generous and abundant. The reason is the age-old tradition of hospitality which exists - your host will never believe you don't have just a bit more room for something utterly delicious that's been prepared with love.