Things to do in Lebanon Lebanon
The oldest city in the world, Byblos hosts ancient buildings and artifacts dating back thousands of years. The city also has an amazing old Souk dominating with lively restaurants, pubs, and clubs that’ll keep you entertained for hours. You can also take mini boat ride as well as enjoy delicious Lebanese mezze with Sea food!
Similar to Nahr Ibrahim, Beqaa Valley is a whole region that could take you a day or two to scout efficiently. The entire area has secret, yet amazing, locations embedded that’ll have you staying longer than originally planned. Famous for its vineyards and amazing wine, the Bekaa is a must if you’re interested in taking the family or a group of friends out to a memorable lunch.
Tyre is Lebanon’s fourth largest city and is referred to as “Queen of the Seas.”
Behind the city’s port, narrow streets are lined with houses painted violet purple and periwinkle blue. Tyre’s shore is the largest in Lebanon and is perfect for a swim and tanning on the sand!
Tripoli is Lebanon’s second-largest city and is rich in diversity and is a beautiful city to explore. There are always new places to visit and new things to do and a sense of community in the city. You can also take a 20 minutes boat ride from the port of Tripoli to Lebanon’s Rabbit Palm’s island and spend the day on the island or come back whenever you want by boat!