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If you travel under Romanian or Moldavian passport, you can enter in Lebanon for tourism on a 30 days free visa-on-arrival. The site of MAE will tell you different and force you to make useless trips to Lebanese Embassy. Check the website of Lebanese Frontier Police.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Like many other places, you have to watch out from thieves. While walking make sure you are holding your bags carefully.
Most of robberies happen on the road while walking or in the car with wide open windows. Most of thieves use the scooters.
Updated Oct 20, 2010
If you ever think about driving in Lebanon you have to be a pro in reading others' minds. You have to expect what other drivers might do. We have lots of driving rules but it is not mandatory :D
My advice: do not drive in Lebanon unless you visited it several times and you have an idea about our driving concept.
Written Oct 20, 2010
The fact of being in Israel before entering Lebanon or talking with
someone in Israel is punished in the Lebanese criminal Law.
The Lebanese General security officials usually look at the passport/airline tickets ( as WRITTEN PROVES ) to check if someone was in Israel.
Every person is innocent until proven guilty .Sometimes the intelligence
forces catch those who were in Israel ( by tracking emails contents/phone calls/Facebook/ etc...) to investigate them. if found guilty of espionage
or collaboration,they be detained and later deported.
If you dont act suspeciously,dont interfere in political local debates,
prevent using the same passport,tickets, if you watch your mouth, and
dont take photos in forbidden military areas in south Lebanon,you will
be fine. Enjoy your trip ;)
Written Sep 29, 2010
The airport is still closed.
Things are not good, 26 people got killed in fighting yesterday alone.
No-one can predict whether things will have calmed down by June or whether this country will be in all out civil war by then. So you'll jist have to wait and see - and do err on the side of caution : In peaceful times Lebanon is a great country to visit, but you don't want to get stuck in a civil war zone.
Written May 13, 2008
well depending what religion you are as far as staying in Beriut,where Isreal Bombed in the summer of 2006 was the muslin area,and more toward the northern part of the city is the christen area so take it from there
Written Jan 26, 2007
I didn't have any difficulties to enter Lebanon. It was very easy both at the airport in Beirut and at the Syrian border (Masnaa).
But I met a Polish woman travelling with her boyfriend (Adam and Ewa) in Syria and Jordan (in 2002). They were going to Lebanon for a couple of days but she couldn't enter. Ewa was told the reason was that she was under 30 years and not married. Adam got the visa and visited Lebanon alone while Ewa had to return to Damascus . Maybe she was just unlucky!
Updated Dec 12, 2006
If you've come here just for the women (and they are very beautiful) then good luck but you'll please don't email me asking me where to go to find them or what to do whilst you're there... especially if you email me under the guise that you're actually interested in the rest of the country and it's culture... if you are only looking for lebanese girls then you're missing out on everything else the country has to offer!
Updated Sep 11, 2006
Normally here in the west (USA) if a man strikes his woman in public others will stop it. In Beiruit it is different. I saw this going on at a pool resort and my Lebenese friend and I were very unhappy and converged in the direction of this wife beater guy. The sister of my friend stopped us and warned us not to do so. When we asked why, she said that if we got inbetween the struggle, the police would get involved and the girlfriend or wife of the wife beater would not take our side when saying that he hit her. She would actually say we beat her up. I know its shocking. Different strokes for different folks I guess. I don't like it any more then you do.
Written Jul 4, 2006
Be careful around Beirut as everyone in lebanon is a terrorist or is at least related to one....
WAKE UP!! the middle east is nothing like you see on the news, it's not a complete war zone where people are behind us 50 years, it's one of the best places in the world. If you are here expecting desert, camels, bandits and strict muslim countries then you will be sadly dissapointed...
Written May 16, 2006
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