• Byblos is a Mediterranean city located in Lebanon. The city was founded around 5000 BC and was named Gibelet at the time of crusades.
• The major attractions in the city are the Ancient Phoenician Temples, Byblos Castle, Medieval City Wall, Byblos Wax Museum, and St. John the Baptist Church.
• Corniche Beirut is a seashore esplanade located in the Beirut, Lebanon.
• The area here features of palm trees in a sequence and offers stunning views of the Mediterranean.
• The highest point of the Mount Lebanon can be seen from here.
• The Corniche is a favorite spot for bikers, walkers, and joggers.
• In addition a number of public events and local festivals are held at the Corniche which is one of the major attractions.
• Jeita Grotto is a series of Karstic limestone caves located 18 kilometers from the Beirut, Lebanon.
• The grotto has a series of chambers known as lower caves and upper caves.
• The Jeita caves are found between the western mountains and are 330 feet above sea level. The caves formation is a result of limestone dissolution.
• Sidon is Lebanon’s third largest city located about 48 kilometers from the Beirut.
• The city has a population of 200,000 and the people here are mainly Greek Catholic, Maronite, and Muslim Sunni and Shiite.
• The city has a history that dates back to 4000 BC and was an important Phoenician city at the time. Glass manufacturing was the main occupation of the Phoenician era.
• During the Roman era, a number of monuments and theatres were built.
• At the time of the Byzantine period a massive earthquake hit the town in 551 AD and the majority of the constructions were destroyed leaving the town in ruins.
• The city of Tyre is located to the south of Lebanon city and it is one of the major cities in the Phoenician era.
• The Tyre city is Lebanon’s fourth largest city with a population of about 318,000.
• It is a major tourist stop because of the numerous ancient sites, among them, is the famous Roman Hippodrome.
• Tyre is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site for its historical constructions.
• The city features a number of monuments dating back to 1500 BC; the people of this period were the world’s leading merchants.
• Baalbek is a small town situated in the Bakaa Valley, Lebanon.
• The city has several monumental ruined temples during the roman period.
• The city serves as the venue for the festival called Baalbek International that happens once in a year.
• The Baalbek temple is said to be one of the holiest and peaceful places and it is the biggest stone construction in the entire world.