Discover Lebanon’s historical sites, public gardens, and public beaches, many of which are next to free to enter. You won’t have to pay much to explore breathtaking and educational wonders like the Roman ruins in Baalbek.
Hop at local markets (souks) for souvenirs and gifts. You can find unique items at better prices compared to touristy shops.
Streets like Mar Mikael and Badaro are full of life and energy every night of the week. Take a lively walk with your friends and stop at a bar or two to get a shot of happiness and a good time. Even if you don’t, you will have bliss just walking around and seeing the Lebanese nightlife at its peak!
If you have ever been to Lebanon, you would know that the Lebanese people, their stories, and their general manners have a vibe of their own.
Sitting at a cafe or walking down a local souk like Souk Jbeil or Souk El Batroun will teach you more about us than any book or movie ever could. People are generally chatty and super friendly, so you are guaranteed to make an acquaintance or two and you’ll most probably be invited over for coffee.
By following these tips, you can have an affordable and fulfilling travel experience in Lebanon. Enjoy the delicious cuisine, meet friendly locals, and explore the country’s diverse landscapes without spending much.