Lebanon, officially known as the Lebanese Republic, is a country in Western Asia. It is located between Syria to the north and east and Israel to the south, while Cyprus lies to its west across the Mediterranean Sea; its location at the crossroads of the Mediterranean Basin and the Arabian hinterland has contributed to its rich history and shaped a cultural identity of religious diversity. Lebanon is home to roughly six million people and covers an area of 10,452 square kilometres (4,036 sq mi), making it one of the smallest countries in the world. The official language of the state is Arabic, while French is also formally recognized; the Lebanese dialect of Arabic is used alongside Modern Standard Arabic throughout the country.
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Small-Group Tour to Baalbek, Anjar and Ksara with Lunch
Skip the self-drive dangers and relax with a designated driver at the wheel as you check off two UNESCO World Heritage Sites and one delicious wine tasting on this action-packed tour. Immerse in the Bekaa Valley’s rich history as you explore the Roman ruins of Baalbek and the 8th-century Islamic city of Anjar with local experts. After a restaurant lunch, discover the Chateau Ksara winery and savor Lebanese wines.
Half-Day Private Trip to Byblos from Beirut
For travelers short on time, this half-day tour is a convenient way to experience the beauty and the historical highlights of Byblos. Transport between Beirut and Byblos gives you more time to focus on the sights and beautiful scenery on the way rather than stressful navigation. Guide commentary in Byblos brings historic sites to life; guided and independent elements allow ample free time.
Beirut Small Group Historical Tour
Even on friendlier roads than Lebanon’s, wine-tasting and driving really don’t mix. Sip to your heart’s delight as a professional driver takes the strain on this door-to-door private tour. Check off the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Baalbek, the Al-Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve, and Chateau Ksara, Lebanon’s oldest winery. Please note: this tour includes wine tasting but excludes entrance fees and lunch.
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