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Lebanon is considered one of the most beautiful and splendid Arab countries, some of it for its beauty is called Paris of Arabia, and Lebanon has a distinct geographical geographical location, as it includes many distinctive archaeological and historical sites, because it went through many eras and was followed by a variety of civilizations, most notably Islamic and Romen in addition to Byzantine; As a result, all of it is classified as one of the Arab countries most attractive to large numbers of tourists and from all over the world. Therefore, we will address here the most important tourist places in Lebanon that can be visited.

The best tourist places in Lebanon

Lebanon includes many and many distinctive sites that tourists go directly to when entering Lebanon. The most important of these areas are the following:


It is a Lebanese historical and archaeological city located specifically in the northeastern region of the capital, Beirut, and it is approximately eighty-three kilometers away from it, while from the north it is bordered by the Bekaa Valley, and this is what encourages tourists more to go to it, but as for the historical monuments there, it returns to a group of different civilizations Like Romen like Baalbek Castle, in addition to containing a group of old houses that date back to the Ottoman era, and the municipality holds an annual cultural festival that varies between lyric, theater and heritage.

Jeita Grotto

Which is located specifically in Wadi Nahr al-Kalb, twenty kilometers from the capital Beirut, specifically in the northern region of it, and the people of Lebanon call it the jewel of Lebanese tourism, because there is only a tourist and he visits it, and this cave consists of a group of cavities, reefs and structures, and it was formed as a result Natural factors.

National Museum of Beirut

It is the official museum in Lebanon and it is located in the center of the capital Beirut. It was established in the year 1942 AD to consist of more than a thousand distinct artifacts, in addition to containing a group of treasures that include approximately one hundred thousand artifacts, so that they belong to ancient civilizations such as Romen, Mamluk and Greek. In addition to the very ancient times such as Iron Age and Bronze.

Cedar Forest

It is a group of forests that mainly includes cedar trees, which are pine trees that are considered the official symbol of the State of Lebanon, as they are used as a logo on the state’s flag, and the most characteristic of this tree is that it is perennial so that it can live for more than three thousand years, and was It is used in the past to build ships, temples, and monasteries to fortify the country from enemy attacks, such as Romenian, for example, and it is visited by large numbers of tourists who practice snow skiing, as it includes a nature reserve.

The Lebanese mountain trail

It is used as a path for hiking and enjoying the beautiful landscapes on the right and left, while its extension is from the northern side, starting from the Qobayat to the south, to Marjayoun, and it is crossed by a very large number of villages, guest houses and rest houses.

Beiteddine Palace

It is also called the Prince Bashir Palace and dates back to the end of the seventeenth century AD, which is located specifically in an area called Chouf, located in Mount Lebanon in particular, and is currently considered the headquarters of the President and is one of the most important tourist sites in Lebanon.


It is a snow-covered area for tourists to go skiing, and it is located specifically in the Tesi Keserwan region in Mount Lebanon, and what most encourages tourists to come to is that it is equipped with all basic services in addition to tourist resorts.

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