Touristic Site

Deir El Qalaa – A Romano-Byzantine Settlement

Today, people usually think of Beit Mery as a wonderful place to go during summer to enjoy the beautiful weather and the view of the whole city… Read more »

Anjar AN Umayyad Archaeological Site Of Lebanon

AN UMAYYAD SITE OF LEBANON Aanjar, 58 kilometers from Beirut, is completely different from any other archaeological experience you will have in Lebanon. At other historical sites… Read more »

Cedars Of Lebanon – Cedars of The Lord As Mentioned In The Bible

Simply known as The Cedars”, this resort settlement is in Lebanon’s highest range is one of the most dramatically beautiful spots in the country. Its centerpiece is… 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 »

Jeita Grotto, A Cavern Sculpted By Water And Time – Lebanon

Few caverns in the world approach the astounding wealth or the extent of those of Jeita. In this caves and galleries, known to man since Paleolithic times,… 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 »

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 »

Baalbeck – Lebanon Greatest Roman Treasure

Baalbeck, Lebanon’s greatest roman treasure, can be counted among the wonders of the ancient World. The largest and most noble roman temples ever built, they are also… Read more »

Nahr El Kalb, Lebanon – History Carved in Stone

History Carved in Stone When Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II marched through Lebanon over 3,000 years ago, he left three inscriptions on the rock above what is now… Read more »