Middle East - Lebanon (Chapter)
This is the Lebanon chapter from Lonely Planet’s Middle East guidebook.
Lebanon, the original land of milk and honey, is a friendly, welcoming and culturally rich country with one slipper in the Arab world and one Jimmy Choo planted firmly in the West.
- marvel at Jeita Grotto’s glittering forest of stalactites and stalagmites
- explore the haunting ruins of the ancient ‘Sun City’ of Baalbek
- wander through seaside ruins and celebrate a Mediterranean sunset in pretty Byblos
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Beirut and around, Beit Mery, Brummana, Jeita Grotto, Jounieh, Byblos, Tripoli, Bcharré, The Qadisha Valley, The Cedars, South Of Beirut, Sidon, Temple Of Echmoun, Tyre, Chouf Mountains, Bekaa Valley, Zahlé, Baalbek, Aanjar, Understand Lebanon, Lebanon Today, History, People, Religion, Arts, Environment, Food, Drink, Survival Guide, Directory A–Z, Getting There and Away, and Getting Around.
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