Whether you have never ever been to Lebanon (which is totally insane if you ask us) or if you have been there once, twice or even fifty times, Lebanon is always the perfect destination to visit if you are looking to have some wild fun, partake in some rich cultural events, have a change of scenery or just kick back and relax by the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Apart from being a shopping hotspot, Lebanon boasts a vibrant and dynamic nightlife whether you are going out for a scrumptious meal, a late night drink or if you are up for an unforgettable clubbing experience.
Its unique climate and its modern architecture mixed with Ottoman and colonial French buildings create Lebanon’s whimsical charm and make it a very desirable tourist destination. From its beaches to its mountaintops, Lebanon is packed with different activities and adventures that you could enjoy with your partner, friends, family, or even on your own and at all hours.
3 Main Attractions: Beiteddine Palace, Baalbek, Byblos
Culture Norms: The majority of Lebanese people speak Arabic and either French or English fluently. The Lebanese are very “touchy-feely”. Direct eye contact with a lot of physical contact is the cornerstones of Lebanese communication.
Prices of Necessities: Bottle of water - 0.5 $, coffee – 4 $, average restaurant meal for 2 persons – 50 $
Emergency Numbers: Police 112, Fire Brigade 175, Red Cross 140
Vaccinations: Make sure you are up-to-date on routine vaccines before every trip. These vaccines include measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine, varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, polio vaccine, and your yearly flu shot.
Name: Lebanese Pound
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