10 Best Places to Visit in Lebanon

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Top Places to visit in Lebanon:
Jeita Grotto, Qadisha Valley, Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque, National Museum of Beirut, Mzaar Kfardebian, Gibran Museum, Sursock Museum, Byblos Castle, Maghen Abraham Synagogue, Saint George Maronite Cathedral, The Grand Serail, Sanayeh Garden, Beirut Art Center, Platinum Tower, Lebanese Heritage Museum

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10 Things NOT To Do in Lebanon

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For a nation on the border of Syria and Israel, you might expect some possibility of danger when visiting Lebanon. You'd be right. If you want to maximize your chances of having a pleasant vacation, here are some things not to do on a Lebanese holiday.

1. Don’t Be Afraid!
The people in Lebanon are perfectly friendly and the country is filled with gorgeous landmarks and fascinating history. Just relax and enjoy yourselves.

2. Make Sure to Dress Appropriately
Lebanon is a pretty conservative Arab country. Men and women are expected to avoid wearing anything more revealing than short-sleeves and shorts. Make sure your clothing is loose-fitting; women should consider covering their heads as well.

3. Don’t Just Stay in Beirut
Lebanon has some really gorgeous locations outside its most popular tourist spot. The people are generally hospitable and warm, and you can’t really say you’ve experienced true Lebanese culture until you’ve experienced something beyond Beirut.

4. Don’t Get Into a Taxi Without Agreeing on a Price
Some tourists have complained that they were “taken” by cab drivers when they couldn’t agree on a final price. Avoid this by telling the cabbie where you’re going and agreeing on a price before you get in the car.

5. Don’t Forget that ‘Traveler’s Diarrhea’ Is a Real Thing
If you’ve never traveled to a developing nation, you should be aware that your first-world immune system might take a small hit … like, right when you land. Sometimes the jolt to your bowels hits quickly but it’ll pass quickly, don’t worry.

6. Don’t Take Pics of the M*litary
You can look at their installations, but your best bet is to simply keep your eyes on the beautiful scenery, not on the men trying to defend it.

7. Stay Away from Dahiyeh
The world famous suburb in southern Beirut has attracted lots of attention. Don’t go see it for yourself. The residents of Dahiyeh are just suburbanites who don’t appreciate being gawked at by some leering tourist.

8. Don’t Skip the Street Food
Lebanon is known for its scrumptious street food. There are several excellent meals served on a street corner, so if you’re just sticking to the glitzy restaurants, then you’re missing out on an integral part of Lebanese culture.

9. Don’t Take Pictures of the Locals Without Permission
There’s not some old world spooky superstition attached to this one, it’s just rude. How would you feel if you were walking down the street and a group of people wearing traditional Arab garb started taking pictures of you?

10. The State Department’s Opinion
Earlier in the year, the Department of State issued a clear warning to avoid travel to Lebanon thanks to p*litical upheaval, sk*rmishes and other threats. In fact, the State Department has said that it cannot guarantee its ability to transport US citizens out of the country should the situation worsen.

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Downtown BEIRUT (LEBANON) - what to see, TOP ATTRACTIONS

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Since the end of the war in 1990, the people of Lebanon have been rebuilding Beirut, and by the start of the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict the city had somewhat regained its status as a tourist, cultural and intellectual center in the Middle East and as a centre for commerce, fashion, and media. The reconstruction of downtown Beirut, which is the subject of this video, has been largely driven by Solidere, a development company established in 1994 by Prime Minister Rafic Hariri.

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Top 13 Middle East Travel Destinations

Top 13 Middle East Travel Destinations according to Lonely Planet

13. Luxor, Egypt
12. Beirut, Lebanon
11. Istanbul, Turkey

10. Palmyra, Syria
Palmyra is known as Tadmor to the Syrians. Both mean the same thing - date palm. The name comes from the lush oasis adjacent to the city which is home to some million date palms. It is the only oasis in Syria and perhaps the only truly tourist town. Palmyra sits on the standard tourist trek around Syria and should be considered in this light.

9. Jerash, Jordan
Jerash, a city in northern Jordan, is famous for its Roman ruins. The archaeological site is popular for tourists, second only to Petra.
Located some 48 km north of the capital Amman, Jerash is known for the ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Gerasa, also referred to as Antioch on the Golden River.

8. Baalbek, Lebanon
Baalbek is one of the most spectacular archaeological sites in Lebanon. Baalbeck or 'Heliopolis' as it was known is the site of great ancient temples built by the Phoenicians, the Romans, and other civilisations that have conquered the region and enjoyed the fertile soil of the Bekaa Valley. Some of the most celebrated temples are the ones of Bacchus, the Greek god of wine, and Jupiter, the Roman god of light, of the sky and weather.

7. Cappadocia, Turkey
Cappadocia is an area in Central Anatolia in Turkey best known for its unique moon-like landscape, underground cities, cave churches and houses carved in the rocks. The Cappadocian Region located in the center of the Anatolian Region of Turkey, with its valley, canyon, hills and unusual rock formation created as a result of the eroding rains and winds of thousands of years.

6. Wadi Rum, Jordan
Wadi Rum is a spectacularly scenic desert valley in southern Jordan. This area of Jordan is quite isolated and largely inhospitable to settled life. The only permanent inhabitants are several thousand Bedouin nomads and villagers. There is no real infrastructure, leaving the area quite unspoilt.

5. Cruising the Nile, Egypt
Perhaps the most popular activity in Luxor and Aswan is to do the Nile Cruise on a ship from Aswan to Luxor. It enables you to stop at each location along the Nile where you can see all the famous ancient monuments as well as experience being in the Nile River inside a five-star hotel boat.

4. Dome of the Rock, Israel
Dome of the Rock located in the middle of the sanctuary opposite of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, is probably the most known landmark of Jerusalem with its golden dome and octagonal blue walls that are adorned with Arabic calligraphy of Koranic verses. The interior of both the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa mosque are closed to non-Muslims, however, the plaza that they are situated in is open to the public.

3. Old City of Damascus, Syria
Established between 10,000 to 8,000BC, Damascus is credited with being the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world. The old-walled city, in particular, feels very ancient and largely consists of a maze of narrow alleys, punctuated by enigmatic doors that lead into pleasing, verdant courtyards and blank-faced houses.

2. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt
Giza is best known for the world-famous Pyramids of Giza, situated high on the desert plateau immediately to the west of the urban district. One of the premier attractions of Egypt, if not the world, the Pyramids of Giza represent the archetypal pyramid structures of ancient Egyptian civilisation and - together with the Sphinx at the base of the Giza plateau - are the iconic image of Egypt.

1. Petra, Jordan
Petra was the impressive capital of the Nabataean kingdom from around the 6th century BC. The kingdom was absorbed into the Roman Empire in AD 106 and the Romans continued to expand the city. An important center for trade and commerce, Petra continued to flourish until a catastrophic earthquake destroyed buildings and crippled vital water management systems around AD 663. After Saladin's conquest of the Middle East in 1189, Petra was abandoned and the memory of it was lost to the West.

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Top 10 Cities to Visit before you Die.
Let’s say you have a few days left, and you are given a chance to visit a place before you die. What city would you probably go to? From the most visited cities in the world to the least visited ones, the famous cities to the towns you never thought it existed, the world is full of beautiful places that only needs to be recognized.
At the same time, these cities boast off the picturesque scenery, beautiful landmarks, culture, cuisine and extinct kind of living. There are numerous reasons why you must put these cities on your list of cities to visit. London, New York, Prague, Venice, Sydney and many other cities are among the typical cities everyone wants to go to. But at this point, you might also consider these cities in your wish list.
In this case, you did not just fulfill your final wish but also explored the world and made new memories from the places least explored. Tour around the world and know why you have to visit these Top 10 Cities to Visit before you Die.
10: Tannourine, Lebanon
9: Siem Reap, Cambodia
8: Chiang Mai, Thailand
7: Budapest, Hungary
6: Zadar, Croatia
5: Rome, Italy
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Visit Lebanon® 2017

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Event carried out by the Lebanese Minister of Tourism, Avedis Guidanian, with the cooperation of Globe Network (Founder, N. Georges FREIHA).

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Lebanon | Travel Vlog by Leticia Castro

I visited Lebanon last summer (2015) for the first time and it was AMAZING!!! I wanted to share my experience in case you've never been to this region of the world, so you can get a real look at what this area really feels like, it's not all desert & war!

Top Cities & Famous Landmarks of Lebanon

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1) Beirut Central District
2) Beirut
3) Broummana
4) Byblos City
5) Fakhreddine Palace
6) Faqra
7) Jbeil
8) Jeita Grotto
9) Jounieh
10) Sidon City
11) Tripoli
12) Tyre

Lebanon (Listeni/ˈlɛbənɒn/ or /ˈlɛbənən/; Arabic: لبنان‎ Libnān or Lubnān, Lebanese Arabic: [lɪbˈneːn], Aramaic: לבנאנ ), officially the Lebanese Republic[nb 1] (Arabic: الجمهورية اللبنانية‎ Al-Jumhūrīyah Al-Libnānīyah, Lebanese Arabic: [elˈʒʊmhuːɾɪjje l.ˈlɪbneːnɪjje]), is a country in the East Mediterranean. It is bordered by Syria to the north and east and Israel to the south. Lebanon's location at the crossroads of the Mediterranean Basin and the Arabian hinterland has dictated its rich history and shaped a cultural identity of religious and ethnic diversity.[7]
The earliest evidence of civilization in Lebanon dates back more than seven thousand years, predating recorded history.[8] Lebanon was the home of the Phoenicians, a maritime culture that flourished for over a thousand years (c.1550--539 BC). In 64 BC, the region came under the rule of the Roman Empire, and eventually became one of the Empire's leading centers of Christianity. In the Mount Lebanon range a monastic tradition known as the Maronite Church was established. As the Arab Muslims conquered the region, the Maronites held onto their religion and identity. However, a new religious group, the Druze, established themselves in Mount Lebanon as well, a religious divide that would last for centuries. During the Crusades, the Maronites re-established contact with the Roman Catholic Church and asserted their communion with Rome. The ties they established with the Latins have influenced the region into the modern era.
The region eventually came under the rule of the Ottoman Empire, a political empire that which came to power from 1299-1923. Following the collapse of the Empire after World War I, the five provinces that constitute modern Lebanon were mandated to France. The French expanded the borders of Mount Lebanon, which was mostly populated by Maronites and Druze, to include more Muslims. Lebanon gained independence in 1943, establishing a unique political system -- confessionalism -- that is a power-sharing mechanism based on religious communities. Bechara El Khoury (independent Lebanon's first President), Riad El-Solh (Lebanon's first Prime Minister) and Emir Majid Arslan (Lebanon's first Minister of Defence) are considered the founders of the modern Republic of Lebanon and are national heroes for having led the country's independence. French troops withdrew from Lebanon in 1946.[9]
Before the Lebanese Civil War (1975--1990), the country experienced a period of relative calm and renowned prosperity, driven by tourism, agriculture, commerce, and banking.[10] Because of its financial power and diversity, Lebanon was known in its heyday as the Switzerland of the East.[11] It attracted so many tourists that the capital, Beirut, was referred to as Paris of the Middle East.[12] At the end of the war, there were extensive efforts to revive the economy and rebuild national infrastructure. Source:

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BEIRUT, LEBANON: Major ATTRACTIONS TO SEE IN 2-4 HOURS around the city

Subscribe here: - If you’re looking for the real East-meets-West so talked about in the Middle East, you need look no further than Beirut in Lebanon. Fast-paced, fashion-conscious and overwhelmingly friendly, it's not a relaxing city to spend time in – it's too crowded, polluted and chaotic for that – but its energy, soul, diversity and intoxicating atmosphere make it a vital, addictive city. A couple of excellent museums are the key sights, but exploring the character of the different districts, strolling the waterfront and diving into the city's wonderful restaurant and nightlife scene are major attractions. As Lebanon is so small, and day trips easy, some travellers base themselves here for their entire visit.

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Lebanon Hotels And Resorts: Top 10 Best Luxury Hotel In Lebanon 2018

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Our ranking of best hotels includes the following accommodations:
Saifi Suites in Beirut
Ibiza Hotel in Jounieh
Monte Mare Hotel in Jounieh
Oak Hills Hotel in Ayn Ibil
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Dolphin Royal Suites Raouche in Beirut
Citea Apart Hotel in Beirut
Albergo Hotel in Beirut
Siena Hotel in Jounieh
Byblostar Hotel in Jbeil
In these hotels you will be able to enjoy different facilities such as WiFi available in all areas, Table tennis, Beach, Horse riding, Hiking, Billiards, Restaurant (à la carte), Grocery deliveries and Chocolate or cookies.
The following characteristics are also remarkable Room service, Packed lunches, Breakfast options, Kid-friendly buffet, Restaurant (buffet), On-site coffee house, BBQ facilities, Restaurant, Bottle of water and Breakfast in the room.
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10 Best Places to Visit in Jordan

Jordan, an Arab nation on the east bank of the Jordan River, is defined by ancient monuments, nature reserves and seaside resorts. It’s home to the famed archaeological site of Petra, the Nabatean capital dating to around 300 B.C. Set in a narrow valley with tombs, temples and monuments carved into the surrounding pink sandstone cliffs, Petra earns its nickname, the Rose City.
Capital: Amman
Currency: Jordanian dinar
GDP (PPP): 2016 estimate
Ethnic groups: 98% Arab; 1% Circassians; 1% Armenians

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Pennsylvania, a northeastern U.S. state and one of the 13 original colonies, has a diverse terrain, which includes wide stretches of farmland, national forests and mountains. Philadelphia, the Keystone State’s largest city, displays its rich history in Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, an enduring symbol of American freedom.
Pennsylvania is downright beautiful. It is home to some of the country’s richest history, incredible culture and, yes, a picturesque scenery.
The Appalachian Mountains sit here, and the state has more than 120 state parks, with over 100 miles of coastline, and a varied selection of great towns and cities,
each with its own character.
Mountain climbers will love this state, so will surfers, skydivers and skiers even, depending on where you are in the state.
Little wonder the Keystone State is widely considered one of the best states to retire.
The natural allure aside, this is a notion mostly driven by other key factors for anyone interested in the hard data:
economic vibrancy (this is the sixth largest state economy), good health care, school districts that are a cut above the other states, affordability, low rate of homelessness and a high quality of life.
Here then, are the 10 best places to live in Pennsylvania to help inform your decision better.
1. Pittsburgh.
2. Philadelphia.
3. Penn Wynne.
4. State College.
5. Mount Lebanon.
6. Radnor Township.
7. Bethel Park.
8. West Chester.
9. Emmaus.
10. Philadelphia Main Line .

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Travel vlog on the best weekend break in Beirut Lebanon! A couple of weekends ago my friends and I escaped Dubai’s summer heat for a long weekend in Beirut. We have been kicking ourselves ever since for not going there sooner especially as it is only four hours away from Dubai! We had an awesome time, and here is what we got up to!

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