Lebanon Travel Guide
Lebanon is a country of culture, history, great food and lovely people. Although a civil war tore through the country from 1975 until 1999, (most) of the country is very safe and incredibly welcoming to tourists.
Walk through the breath-taking ruins at Baalbek, taste Lebanese wine or discover the streets of Byblos – one of the oldest cities in the world!
Lebanon is incredibly underrated and probably one of the countries I would recommend everyone interested in history and culture visit.
Lebanon Travel Information
CURRENCY: Lebanese Pound
TIME ZONE: GMT +3
NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES: Israel, Palestine, Syria
INHABITANTS: + – 6 million
MAIN AIRPORTS: Beirut International Airport,
SAFETY RANKING: 95th out of 162
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The ancient city of Baalbek Lebanon is located in the somewhat dangerous Bekaa Valley. In fact, when consulting the travel advisory websites of both the UK and Belgium we found that this ancient wonder is located in a red zone
Lebanon is hands down my favourite country in the Middle East. Lebanon does, however, have a bad name when it comes to safety, and especially tourist safety in Lebanon. Many people ask themselves whether Beirut is safe or Lebanon is
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