Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range

Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
Museums of Beirut Day Tour
"Enjoy a fascinating introduction to Lebanon's vibrant history. The National Museum of Beirut holds countless treasures through which you will witness the living proof to the country's rich heritage. Mim gets its name from the 24th letter of the Arab precisely because it is the first letter of the Arabic words for museum minerals and mines. The museum exhibits more than 1400 minerals representing around 300 different species from over 61 countries. Then we will head to Lebanon’s central bank Museum where you will know more about the central bank’s roles and responsibilities in keeping the stability of the Lebanese economy and financial system.The last destination is a walk in Hamra streets where we will encounter shops restaurants
From $80.00
 
Glass Blowing Demonstrations in Safed
"Local artist Sheva Chaya tells her fascinating story of how she came from Princeton graduate to become the glassblower of Tzfat. She shares a bit of background about her paintings and glass work and then treats the audience to an exciting glass blowing demonstration in which she will make something special and colorful out of glass.Throughout the demonstration Sheva shares deep Kabbalistic concepts related to glass blowing and Tzfat. Participants are always impressed and fascinated by this unique and fun activity.""""See a live glassblowing demonstration! Local artist
From $95.00
 
"Private Tour: Nazareth
"Private Tour: Nazareth Tiberias and Sea of Galilee Day Trip from Jerusalem""Leave your centrally located Jerusalem hotel or prearranged location in a comfortable private vehicle and drive north to Nazareth Jesus’ childhood home in the Galilean hills. As you travel chat to your guide about tailoring your itinerary to your interests perhaps to spend more time at a particular site than another.Arrive in Nazareth and head to the old quarter as you learn how the town became a bastion of Christianity as the story of Jesus spread
From $121.00

More Local Customs in Lebanon

Tips

Olives on every table!

A must have on each breakfast,lunch and dinner table are the olives,you can offer nothing for your guests for dinner but the olives HAS to be there on the table,it`s something Lebanese are very proud...
View More
Tips

Fresh Pistachios

Fresh pistachio nuts are a must to try. You can buy them at roadside stalls and in the fruit and vegetable sections of some supermarkets. You should store them in the refrigerator and then they’ll...
View More
Tips

Fresh Mountain Tomatoes

Stop off at a roadside fresh produce stall and buy some Lebanese mountain tomatoes. These are traditionally served cut into thick slices and spread with toom (fresh garlic) and sumac (a reddish tangy...
View More
Tips

EAT TABBOULE`

Lebanon's traditional culinary art combined with the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables make eating out an adventure. Restaurants specializing in Lebanese food are found everywhere and in all of...
View More
Tips

Lebanese language and Arabic Language

Lebanese is one of the most understandable languages among the Arab States*. In the past fifty years, thousands of songs, poems and books, and hundreds of plays and screenplays have been written in...
View More
Tips

kiss three times

If you are in a situation of shaking hands and kissing you should know that in Lebanon they kiss three times instead of two! In general Lebanese people have their customs in everything but they can...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings
Tips

Eating "loz akhdar" is a regional delicacy

Loz akhdar, or fuzzy green almonds, are a delicacy that is only available for a few weeks each spring, say from about mid-March until late April. Watch for the mounds of fuzzy, green (immature)...
View More
Tips

Don't carry your bread in your hands...

Don't carry your bread in your hands... carry it on your wrist, as if it were a bracelet. As soon as I saw this piece of bread I fell in love with it: round and with a large hole in the middle - suits...
View More
Tips

entrance fees to archaeological areas

To visit the archaeological areas, in Lebanon, you always pay the same price. In December 2003 the price was of 6000 Lebanese Pounds, which is roughly 4 US dollars. The only exception I came across...
View More
Tips

Smoking coutry

Finally!Finally a country where you can smoke in airport, bars, restaurants, hotels and taxis.Here you do not have to ask if smoking is possible as tables are full of ashtreys!awfully not in the...
View More
Tips

Gebran Khalil Gebran!

Oh now that is one of my hero's and great example!the famous Lebanese Philosopher and writer and artist Gebran Khalil Gebran!he lived his life in U.S.A and wrote many great books such as:The prophet...
View More
Tips

The Lebanese National Anthem

The Lebanese National Anthem was adopted in 1927 and is written by Rachid Nakhlé (lyrics) and Wadih Sabra (music).Koullouna Lilouatann Lil'oula Lil'a Lam,Milo'ay Nizzaman Sayfouna Oual Kalam,Shlouna...
View More
Tips

Mercedeses and sheets

The most common car in Lebanon should be the Mercedes. At least almost all taxises are Mercedes cars. This car is standing on a street in Manara, western Beirut.People living in the house behind have...
View More
Tips

LOL

Hee hee I told my daddy who was smiling all the time of my no trustable look in my face during the climbing trip to the mountain in the Tele ferric:"You can laugh as much as you can, but I believe...
View More

Popular Cities in Lebanon

Cities

Beirut

Mohafazat Beyrouth
View More
Cities

Baalbeck

Mohafazat Beqaa
View More
Cities

Tripoli

Mohafazat Liban-Nord
View More
Cities

Jbail

Mohafazat Mont-Liban
View More
Cities

Tyre

Lebanon
View More
Cities

Sidon

Lebanon
View More

Top Hotels in Lebanon

Hotels
Show Prices
Hotels
Khalil Mutran Street, Bekaa, Baalbeck, Lebanon
Show Prices
Hotels
Main Road at Rashid Karami I, Tripoli, Lebanon
Show Prices
Hotels
south of Byblos Main Highway, Jbail, Lebanon
Show Prices
Hotels
Cedars Main Road, Bcharre, Lebanon
Show Prices
Hotels
Brazil Street, Zahle, Lebanon
Show Prices

Top Things to Do in Lebanon

Things to Do

Al Amin Mosque

Besides the architectural beauty and the fact that it seems to be the guardian of Beirut downtown, the Hariri Mosque has a strong political and social importance. It is called the Hariri Mosque (one...
View More
Things to Do

Winter in Bcharre

My first visit to Bcharré was in early March 2005 and my second was in late May 2016 and what a difference the seasons made. In early March, there was still a thick snow cover on the mountains above...
View More
Things to Do

Al Omari Mosque

The Mohammed Al Amin Mosque is a impressive mosque with blue domes, similar to the Blue Mosque of Istanbul. An imposing architecture just off Downtown Beirut, it's also the place where former Prime...
View More
Things to Do

Baalbek

A must see - I believe it is the home of largest Roman Temple in the world. And the site was much larger then I anticipated (actually home to over 3 temples) and was a stop along an ancient trade...
View More
dr.firas's Profile Photo

dr.firas

"Half Lebanese in my Blood...Welcome to Lebanon!"
View Member
sachara's Profile Photo

sachara

"Lebanon"
View Member
MalenaN's Profile Photo

MalenaN

"Lebanon - The pearl of the Medeterranian Sea"
View Member
TheWanderingCamel's Profile Photo

TheWanderingCamel

"Lebanon - the heart of the Levant"
View Member
xaver's Profile Photo

xaver

"So small so similar"
View Member

Map of Lebanon