Lebanon has become a bustling hub of activity and joy as over 150,000 people from across the globe have arrived to join in the holiday festivities. This remarkable influx, marking a significant increase from previous years, showcases Lebanon’s enduring appeal as a destination for cultural richness and vibrant celebrations.
The streets of Beirut and other major cities are alive with the sounds of music, laughter, and an atmosphere of communal celebration, highlighting the country’s unique blend of tradition and modernity.
Hotels and local businesses are thriving, with many fully booked and bustling with visitors eager to experience Lebanese hospitality and explore its historical and natural wonders.
This surge in tourism is not only a testament to Lebanon’s magnetic charm but also a significant boost to the local economy, providing a much-needed lift in these challenging times.
It is worth noting that back in 2020, 80,000 travelers visited Lebanon during December, which is almost half of this year’s number of visitors.