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Cheap Flights to Lebanon

Lebanon’s rich history and modern contemporary flavor makes it one of the Middle East’s finest destinations capable of offering something for everyone. Modern Lebanon, especially in and around the capital Beirut, has led to its nickname as ‘The Pearl of the Middle East’ with its beautiful buildings, extensive shopping opportunities and thriving nightlife scene. As well as its modern attractions, Lebanon is a richly historic place with countless ruins, old forts and temples that make it the perfect place for sightseers.  

Why Visit Lebanon

Lebanon has so much to offer for all kinds of people whether you are looking for a rewarding trip through its diverse historical sites or a journey through Beirut’s colorful attractions. Lebanon boasts a number of unique world heritage sites including the stunning Roman ruins in the village of Baalbek and the ancient port city of Byblos. Those looking to explore the wider Lebanese landscape will not want to miss visiting the Cedars of God, a magical cedar forest close to the Kadisha Valley.

Beirut is a beautiful city offering an eclectic range of attractions for visitors of all ages. The downtown district of Beirut is where much of the city’s finest shops, restaurants and museums can be found as well as countless historical sites such as Nejmeh Square and its Ottoman clocktower. Other must-visit places for those interested in the country’s heritage include the National Museum of Beirut, home to thousands of artefacts dating back to prehistoric times, and the architectural gem Sursock Museum housing local art.

Flights to Lebanon

Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport is the only passenger airport in the country and is located around 5km from central Beirut. As the main base of Middle East Airline, the national carrier of Lebanon, the airport handles over 7 million passengers a year and boasts excellent facilities and amenities. Many airlines provide cheap flights to Lebanon from destinations including London, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Most nationals arriving in Lebanon will be required to get a visa upon arrival, although select nationals including those from UAE and Qatar are able to enter visa-free.

Best Time to Visit Lebanon

The weather in Lebanon remains warm and pleasant between April and November, while its winters can be fairly cold and wet. The temperature is at its hottest between June and August which may be the best time visit the country’s beach resorts, while the cooler temperatures either side of this summer period are cooler and ideal for exploring Lebanon.

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