Phoenician Wall, Batroun, Lebanon ... Batroun is one of the world's oldest cities. Located along the Mediterranean coast in northern Lebanon, this city is known for its ancient castles & churches, quality citrus fruits, beaches & modern nightlife. Batroun was a Phoenician metropolis that was established more than three millennia ago. The remnants of an ancient sea wall, built by the Phoenicians to protect against tidal waves, still stands along the coastline.
Beirut, Lebanon. Time and a succession of political and military skirmishes have prevented Beirut and the country of Lebanon from reaching its full potential. There is no denying the beauty of the city and the spirit of the people and one can only imagine the splendour of the area at a time when it was known as "the Paris of the Middle East".
Bcharre, Lebanon~~ At an altitude of 1650 meters, Bcharré is close to the Qadisha Valley, roughly four hours from Beirut. The road leading to it is among the most scenic in the country, adorned with snowy peaks, canyons, olive groves, vineyards and valleys.
LEBANON, BEIRUT A COLORFUL CITY, SAIFI VILLAGEA village within the city, Saifi Village is the place for art and design lovers. As you stroll down its streets, you will admire its harmonious facades and its model architectural restoration and preservation. Replicating oriental art or art deco its buildings host a variety of shops by Beirut's most prominent designers and art galleries that showcase the best of Beirut's artistic flair and taste.