East meets West in Beirut: The fashion-conscious, fast-paced capital of Lebanon is home to both grand mosques and trendy nightclubs. Beirut is also one of the New7Wonders Cities: www.n7w.com
Jeita grotto is split into two parts; the upper with a breathtaking view of extraordinary stone that forms curtains and columns, draperies and mushrooms. A boat ride is offered at the lower grotto. It also features ropeways, train, miniature zoo, gardens and many sculptures.
Sidon’s Soap Factory dates as far back as the 17th century.m. The Museum showcases many varieties of handmade soap while detailing the stages of soap manufacturing and the diversity of its properties.
Harrisa is one of Lebanon’s oldest and most visited tourist attractions, the gondolas of the Teleferique aerial cableway are a trip down memory lane. The teleferique leads you to the Maronite Church of Harissa.
A stunning view of the Pigeon Rocks at night. The site is a top tourist site in Beirut. From a long distance, it gives the impression of a watch tower which is situated in the sea. You can even take a ride in a boat between the rocks!
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Byblos (Jbeil) is a city in Lebanon that is claimed to be the oldest continuously inhabited town in the world. There you will find a fishing port with an ancient harbor and the Crusader-era castle.
A thriving modern town with an ancient heart, Byblos is a mix of sophistication and tradition. The old harbor is sheltered from the sea by a rocky headland. Nearby are the excavated remains of the ancient city, the Crusader castle, St. Peter church and the old market area.