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As culturas árabes e mediterrâneas co-existem no Líbano, um país pequeno mas surpreendentemente fértil e variado embutido entre a Síria e Israel. A sua localização numa encruzilhada de fés e ideologias concorrentes foi causa de muitos confrontos – mas também deixou um legado cultural e arqueológico incrivelmente rico. O Líbano celebra o 70º aniversário da sua independência em 2013 – e nenhuma cidade celebra melhor do que Beirute.

Holidays in Lebanon


The temple site of Baalbek, ancient Heliopolis, is one of the best preserved – and most tourist-free – Roman sites in the world. On its doorstep is the fertile Bekaa Valley, home to one of the many pleasant surprises Lebanon offers – world-class wineries alongside the wonderful (and healthy) Lebanese cuisine. The coastal Phoenician cities of Byblos and Tyre are short excursions – at one and three hours’ drive respectively – from Beirut, the frenetic, ever-changing capital.

City breaks in Lebanon


The traces of the civil war that devastated Beirut in the Seventies and Eighties are becoming harder to find as more and more upscale developments dot the skyline. Perhaps the real legacy is the city’s indomitable appetite for life and fun. That’s best experienced by an early evening walk along the Corniche, a late night visit to the central converted cinema, Music Hall, or one of the many bars around the Gemmayzeh and Hamra areas. High-end shoppers can treat themselves in the recently commissioned Beirut Souks, while downtown Saif Village is best for more traditional souvenirs.

Things to do in Lebanon


The symbol of Lebanon is the cedar tree, and the remains of its once-great forests are now a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Lebanese also love their skiing – the resorts on the tree-lined slopes of The Cedars and Mzaar offer a unique downhill – and après ski – experience. The villages, wineries and restaurants of the fertile Bekaa Valley offer a different kind of hedonism.