Why Visit Lebanon?
Lebanon, a small but culturally rich country in the Middle East, is celebrated for its diverse landscapes, historical treasures, and vibrant culture. Covering approximately 10,452 square kilometers, it features dramatic contrasts, from the Mediterranean coastline to the rugged mountains of the Lebanese Cedar Forest.
Lebanon’s history is marked by ancient civilizations, including Phoenician, Roman, and Ottoman influences, evident in its archaeological sites, such as Baalbek and Byblos. The nation’s cultural heritage is a fusion of Arabic, French, and Mediterranean influences, reflected in its cuisine, music, and vibrant arts scene.