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Why visit Lebanon?
The official languages are Arabic and French, but most Lebanese are trilingual (English). The capital city is Beirut; other major cities are Tripoli, Byblos, Sidon, Tyr and Baalbek. It is a multi-confessional state independent since 1943 and is a democratic country governed by a constitution established that same year, ensuring the division of power between the different confessions.
Today, Lebanon has rebuilt itself and regained its sovereignty after 17 years of civil war that ended in 1991.This small country will surprise you with its diversity, its wealth, its strong emotions, its generosity and especially its exceptional sense of hospitality and service. If you are looking for exclusivity, new discoveries and activities out of the box, Lebanon is your go to place.