Kroum El-Shams Festivals - Maghdoushe 2012
Date: Fri, Sep 07
Time: 09:30 pm - 01:00 am
Mar Abda Festival 2012
Date: Thursday, August 30, 2012
Time: 7:00pm until 1:30am
Under the sponsorship of the Ministry of Tourism and the presence of Archibishop Roland Abou Jaoude.
ARTHUR SATYAN ACOUSTIC ENSEMBLE @ RAZZ'ZZ
Date: Wed, Aug 29, 2012
Time: 10:00 pm - 00:30 am
Swing, Latin and modern-jazz rhythms reflects the land where streets and homes switch from Charlie Parker to Joe Zawinul.
Batroun International Festival
Majida El Roumy Concert at Batroun International Festival.
Beirut Mall - Adventure World
Address: Beirut Mall, Tayouneh, Beirut
Tel: 961-1/385 330
Fax: 961-1/385 330
EDDÉ SANDS: Hotel & Wellness Resort
Address: Byblos-Lebanon on the Mediterranean Sea
Tel: 961-9/54 66 66
Mobile: 961-3/49 14 93
Address: Ghodras, Ftouh Keserwan
Tel: 961-9/ 74 11 33 | 961-70/ 89 92 01
Hurricane Swim Up Bar & Restaurant
Address: Mövenpick Hotel & Resort Beirut, Général de Gaulle Avenue, Raoucheh, Beirut
Tel: 961-1/869 666
Fax: 961-1/809 326
Address: Caza of Jbeil, Mnaitra, Afqa Tel: 961-9/43 90 90
Mobile: 961-3/72 74 84
Le Phenix de Byblos
Address: Al Ramel street, Jbeil - Byblos
Tel: 961-9/541 400
Fax: 961-9/541 400
Mobile: 961-3/640 002
The Hiking Professionals
Détente et découverte
Tel: 961-1/32 99 75
Mobile: 961-3/29 16 16
Monte Verde Karting
Address: Mansourieh, Monte verde Qortada Road
Mobile: 961-3/94 57 61
961-3/30 32 90
The Peninsula Avenue
Address: Palm Plaza Center, Mtayleb main road
Tel: 961-4/91 49 13
Fax: 961-4/92 72 40
Address: Le Royal Hotels & resorts- Beirut
Phone: 961- 4/ 555 999
Byblos International Festival 2012
25June - 25 Jul 2012
The ancient port of Byblos, 30km north of Beirut, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Beiteddine Festival 2012
Caracalla Dance Theatre
28-30 June 2012
20-24 June 2012
BIEL - BEIRUT
The Leading Outdoor and Sports Show
Al Bustan Festival
The 19th Al Bustan Festival will take place
from 21 February to 25 March, 2012.
The theme of the Festival will be:
The Music of Latin America
Papua New Guinea
Turks and Caicos
U A Emirates
U.S. Virgin Islands
Wallis and Futuna
• Welcome To Lebanon
After years of unrest, Lebanon is regaining its former reputation as «The Switzerland of the Middle East». Its mountains and its scenic beauty were almost untouched. Lebanon was visited by nearly one million visitors during 2000, 1.4 million during 2002, and the number is expected to grow a lot within the next five years.
In the south of Lebanon lie the Phoenician port cities of Sidon and Tyre. Beyond these towns is a UN controlled buffer zone along the southern border with Israel, which is closed to visitors.
Beautifully located on the majestic Bay Of Jounieh on the sea coast of the Mediterranean .
Spending winter in Faqra is a one-of-a-kind experience. Not only will you enjoy ice sports, like skiing, but you will also take pleasure from some of the breathtaking man-made wonders and natural landscapes.
• Rihanna Enjoys Topless Moment While Preparing to Hit the Stage in Atlanta
Rihanna doesn't even have to try to look sexy.
• Vegas police cite Hilton boyfriend in battery case
Police in Las Vegas say the 21-year-old model boyfriend of celebrity socialite Paris Hilton was cited after a scuffle with another man at a Las Vegas Strip nightclub.
• Lindsay Lohan Attacked In New York Hotel Room!
Lindsay Lohan can’t seem to stay out of the headlines. But this time around, it’s not her fault.
• Beckham Steals Limelight on Subdued Deadline Day
David Beckham lit up a subdued transfer deadline day in Europe by securing perhaps the final move of his globetrotting career, a surprise short-term deal with ambitious French club Paris Saint-Germain.
Mario Balotelli, a headline-grabber at the opposite end of his football career, finalized his switch from Manchester City to AC Milan for €20 million ($27 million). Otherwise, there was plenty of speculation but precious little activity as another January window closed for business on Thursday.
• Australian Sprinter Banned over Racism Row
An Australian sprinter who claimed ahead of the London Olympics he was racially abused by officials and accused the athletics federation of vilification was Thursday banned from competition for six months.
John Steffensen triggered controversy in the lead-up to last year's Games when he claimed that an Australian Olympic Committee staffer racially abused him in Beijing in 2008, an allegation supported by team captain Steve Hooker.
• Cape Verde Coach: Mourinho Will Help Me against Ghana
Cape Verde coach Lucio Antunes pretended to be on the phone with Jose Mourinho on Friday after telling reporters the Real Madrid coach would help him in the African Cup quarterfinals.
Antunes could have been joking and engaging in Mourinho-like mind games when he smiled widely when answering a question on whether his good friend Mourinho had helped him guide the underdog team to the last eight.
• Beirut Duty Free
Beirut airport duty-free shop.
Whether you arriving or departing why not make the most of your visit to our beautiful country and city by availing of great savings at our duty free shops. We have two duty free shops in the baggage reclaim hall…..yes, two shops too good to miss!
• Beirut Souk
Lebanese extensive directory. Categories: antiques, banks, bookstores, clubs, companies, eduaction, government, insurance, technology, jewelry, media, health, real estate, tourism.
• ABC Superstore
A major Superstore in Lebanon.
Wolrd Of Inspiration
New Spring / Summer Collection
• White House targeted in cyber attack
The White House's computer system was targeted in a cyber attack, a senior administration official said on Monday, but no classified systems were breached.
• Android phone 'wipeout' security flaw exposed
A weakness that can cause all the data stored on Android smartphone handsets to be erased has been found.
• Samsung allowed to sell Galaxy Tab in U.S. as court lifts ban
A U.S. court removed a temporary sales ban against Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's Galaxy Tab 10.1 won by Apple Inc in a patent dispute, allowing the South Korean company to sell the product in the United States.
• Synod Elects Iraqi Archbishop as New Chaldean Patriarch
Bishops from the Iraq-based Chaldean Church elected the archbishop of Kirkuk as their new patriarch on Friday at a synod held in Rome instead of Baghdad for security reasons, church websites said.
Louis Sako will replace Emmanuel III Delly who retired in December after reaching the age limit of 85 in the Christian church which recognises the authority of the pope.
• Presidential Sources Deny Suleiman Backs 1960 Vote Law
Sources close to President Michel Suleiman on Friday shrugged off criticism that he had called for holding this year's parliamentary elections based on the 1960 law.
In remarks to An Nahar daily, the sources said Suleiman wants the elections to be held on time. But as long as MPs haven't yet agreed on a new draft-law then the authorities are compelled to abide by the rules and deadlines of the 1960 law which adopts the Qada as a district based on a winner-takes-all system.
• Israeli Warplanes Fly over Lebanon Again
Israeli warplanes flew over southern Lebanon Friday, two days after an airstrike near Damascus, as Syria's army chief of staff warned against testing his country's capabilities.
Gen. Ali Abdullah Ayoub made his comments Thursday during a visit to some military units in the country. The al-Baath newspaper, the mouthpiece of President Bashar Assad's ruling party, quoted Ayoub as saying Syria will never change its stance "no matter how much the enemy carries out provocative and hostile acts.
• European Union law
European Union law (historically called European Community law) is a body of treaties, law and court judgements which operates alongside the legal systems of the European Union's member states. It has direct effect within the EU's member states and, where conflict occurs, takes precedence over national law.
• international law
Public international law concerns the structure and conduct of sovereign states; analogous entities, such as the Holy See; and intergovernmental organizations. To a lesser degree, international law also may affect multinational corporations and individuals, an impact increasingly evolving beyond domestic legal interpretation and enforcement.
• Hip resurfacing prone to failure, say doctors
An operation used instead of a full hip replacement has a high failure rate and, in most instances, should no longer be offered, warn doctors.
• GM cows make 'low allergy' milk
A genetically modified cow that produces milk less likely to cause allergic reactions has been engineered by New Zealand scientists.
• California bans teenage gay conversion therapy
California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law a ban on therapy aimed at making gay teenagers straight.
• Best beaches in Sydney
When it comes to beaches, it’s hard to find a city that is Sydney’s equal.
Around 100 beaches are speckled around the harbor and along the coast, both north and south of the Harbour Bridge. The only vex for travelers and locals can be picking the best one.
• 7 slices of magic from 'Harry Potter: The Exhibition
The exhibition that is making Harry live forever is coming to Sydney
Hogwarts and Muggles were a mystery before Harry Potter. But those words, amongst other strange ones, are now part of many people's everyday vocabulary. And that mystery is coming to life.
• Make the most of Machu Picchu
It's a hold-your-breath kind of place. Machu Picchu, one of the world's greatest treasures, this weekend marks the 100th anniversary of its rediscovery by explorer Hiram Bingham.
This majestic and mysterious ancient Inca settlement sits in splendid repose high on an Andean mountaintop. The well-preserved site is the leading tourist attraction in Peru, the third-largest country in South America.
• Articles Managers
• Security Guard
Do u love Lebanon? Do u love tourism in Lebanon ?
Lebanon is in my blood
is the best
I can't live without lebanon
• Where Do We Go Now?
A group of Lebanese women try to ease religious tensions between Christians and Muslims in their village.
• Jeunesse volée… et violée
Le regard tourmenté, le cœur déchiré, l’âme fissurée … tels mots ne sauront jamais satisfaire la description de mes vrais sentiments éprouvés lors d’une simple comparaison entre les jeunes de mon pays et ceux du reste du monde.
• Visa, FIFA Declare 8-Year Sponsorship Deal Worth $
Visa and soccer's world governing body have signed an eight-year sponsorship agreement worth an estimated US$150 million-US$200 million.
Visa announced the deal as FIFA's new financial services partner on Thursday, with the contract going into effect on Jan. 1, 2007.
• Sky Bar Beirut Lebanon
From the first day it opened, Sky Bar was an instant hit and rapidly became the favored hot spot of both the Lebanese and foreign jet setters.
News & Events
Movies & Theater
Add Your Website
Add Your Exhibitions