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A holiday in Lebanon is not complete without a visit to the capital city of Beirut. Often described as the Middle East’s version of Paris, the city has developed into a leading economic, cultural and political centre, offering modern attractions such as restaurants, shopping centres, lavish hotels and entertainment, together with cherished landmarks such as Martyr’s Statue, National Museum of Beirut, Pigeon Rocks and Beirut Art Centre.
Lebanon has also emerged as a leading destination for ecotourism, with visitors often flocking to the stunning locales of Al Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve, Palm Islands Nature Reserve, and Tyre Beach Nature Reserve, where activities such as hiking, mountain climbing, rafting, horse riding, caving and snowboarding are commonplace. What’s more, the nature reserves are packed with eye-catching mountains, forests, beaches, caves, valleys and gorges, offering a stunning backdrop to your holiday photos.