Lebanon is officially called as Lebanese Republic and is located in East Mediterranean region. It touches Syria from North and East and Israel from south. Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon was declared No.1 travel destination by New York Times in 2009 for its nightlife and hospitality. Baalbek Temple of Jupiter situated in Lebanon attracts many tourists every year. Once known as the Switzerland of the East, Lebanon reached its highest number of tourists recently in 2009.
Lebanese Pound (LBP)
10,452 square kilometers (4,036 sq mi)
Climate & Geography
Lebanon has a Mediterranean climate. In coastal areas, winters season get rainy and cool while summers are hot and humid. Entire Lebanon receives heavy rainfall except the north eastern regions.
Geographically, Lebanon’s lies between 33° and 35° N latitudes, and 35° and 37° E longitudes.
The Rafic Hariri International Airport of Lebanon is a busy location. It is well connected by road to other cities like Zahle, Sidon, Baalbek, etc.
Tourist & Immigration Info
In Lebanon, Visa and Passport terms and conditions keep changing in short durations. People of all countries require Visa to visit Lebanon except Gulf countries barring Yemen.