Batroun Lebanon – City and Port In Phoenician Times

Batroun is a major tourist destination in North Lebanon.  Situated about 55 kilometers north of Beirut, the charming coastal town of Batroun was a flourishing city and… Read more »

Zahle The Bride of The Beqaa – Famous with Its Red Tiles Roofed Homes

THE BRIDE OF THE BEQAA A red-roofed town set among the eastern foothills of Mount Sannie, Zahle enjoys a prime location in the Beqaa valley. Snow-capped mountains… Read more »

Sidon the Oldest and Most Important City of Phoenician Times

Sidon, on the coast 48 kilometers south of Beirut, is one of the famous names in ancient history. But of all of Lebanon’s cities this is the… Read more »

The Beiteddine Palace Was The Summer Residence Of The President

Lebanon Beiteddine The road to Beiteddine leaves the coastal highway 17 kilometers beyond Beirut, just a few kilometers the tomb of Damour. From there it climbs quickly… Read more »

Sour – Phoenician Tyre, The Queen of The Sea

Phoenician Tyre was queen of the seas, an island city of unprecedented splendor. She grew wealthy from her far-reaching colonies and her industries of purple-dyed t5extiles. But… Read more »

Tripoli – the capital of the north – is Lebanon’s second largest city

TRIPOLI (Trablos), 85 kilometers north of Beirut, has a special character all its own. Thanks to its historical wealth, relaxed life style and thriving business climate, this… Read more »

Beirut or Berytus – The city That Does Not Sleep

MODERN CAPITAL VENERABLE PAST Beirut, with its million-plus inhabitants, conveys a sense of life and energy that is immediately apparent. This dynamism is echoed by the capital’s… Read more »

Byblos was the ancient Phoenician port city of Gebal – Lebanon (5000 B.C)

Winner of the Golden Apple award for excellence in tourism in 2014, Byblos in one of the top contenders for the “oldest continuously inhabited city” award. According… Read more »