Beirut Journey Information

Beirut Travel Guide

Our Beirut Journey Information! Mates, I’m extremely happy with this one. It took months of planning and prep to place collectively our Beirut episode however I hope you will agree that it has been well worth the wait. Beirut and Lebanon are extraordinary locations, an absolute should on any traveler’s bucket record. Nice meals, heat and beneficiant individuals, breathtaking surroundings, and an enchanting historical past. I’m very, very proud to share our Beirut journey experiences with you.

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Our meals consultants Iffat and Hisham have been a part of the Style Lebanon crew –

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33 thoughts on “Beirut Journey Information

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  2. Richard Edwards says:

    Watching Beirut videos now as I've always been fascinated by the history and culture of the place, the mix of architectural styles (from Ottoman, French and the optimistic modernism of the Sixties to the new build and renovated post-war buildings).

    I was devastated to hear about the explosion which levelled the harbour and caused so much destruction and loss of life, but have no doubt that the city will be rebuilt again for the eighth time after this latest setback as the resilience of the Lebanese, a people repeatedly knocked back by wars and bad governments, seems to know no bounds.

    The English could learn something from them about looking to the future whilst keeping the best of the past, rather than constantly harking back to a fictional 'golden age' as we tend to do (as in Lebanon where the Christians benefited most from the brief 1960s tourism and banking boom whilst many Muslims lived in poverty, so the UK's supposed heyday was only good for some people – if you were poor, gay, disabled, female, foreign etc it wasn't such a bed of roses, and too many seem to want to go back to that).

    I've no interest in identity Mediterranean resorts full of sunburned Brits / Germans, but Beirut / Lebanon is definitely on my must-see list one day when I've more cash and fewer ties. Far more than just a war that ended 30-odd years ago but which the media seem determined to focus upon.

  3. Thomas Farmer says:

    Sometimes I think it is Israel to blame for Lebanon's bad publicity, given they compete for (the same) party people tourists. Israel has a far bigger advert budget, but I know which country I am more excited to visit…..

  4. Sam Adams says:

    Great video, thank you. Lebanon is indeed a fantastic country, with great people and a long history deeply rooted to the Canaanite-Phoenicians. Unfortunately, it's not only the West that gives Lebanon a bad rep but the Lebanese government does little to nothing to promote its historical past and present beauty.

  5. tony raidy says:

    Some informations about Lebanon . 1 lebanon is the only arabic country wich don't have desert. 2 Lebanon wasn't arabic country before 1974👌 3 Lebanon have the most lovely coexistance in the world all religions live together. 4 everybody at Lebanon speak at less 2 or 3 languages such arabic frensh and english . Lebanon is the most beautifull arabic country and the population at Lebanon look like italians💓 the christians in Lebanon=the muslimans here also we have others religions like druze alawite arman…

  6. Meteor Fan says:

    The news is a lie my story started when we were taking off with Emirates from Germany I was going to the (United States back home) when something went wrong on the plane and we landed in Lebanon the view of the country was amazing and I’m a loco person not gonna lie I postponed my ticket and got a visa on entry and decided out if no where to visit the country it’s really beautiful and it’s just like France it’s the exact same and going through the history Lebanon was colonized by France that’s why all streets and roads and building are French and I was going to visit this country this year but due to civil-19 I might stay home

  7. Joe says:

    I visit this truly amazing country every couple of years. Lebanese people are so generous, beautiful and well educated. The food is on a different level. This is my second home. Love from Australia 🇦🇺

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