We’ve all heard of Burgundy and Tuscany, but what about Kosovo and Israel?
Our pick of the best activities guaranteed to nourish the soul.
Rome may have been the epicentre of the Roman Empire, but the reach of this vast civilisation was far greater than just the Italian capital.
From crumbling Persian empires to colossal Roman cities, here are some of our favourite ruined civilisations from around the world.
It may be small in size, but Lebanon is packed with family-friendly sites and activities.
Who knew that Lebanon was one of the most ancient wine producers in the world?
This 470km mountain trail, passing through some 75 towns and villages, is one of Lebanon’s most exciting major developments.
Located in the Kesrouan district northeast of Jounieh, Lebanon’s newest biosphere reserve was referred to by UNESCO in 2009 as ‘a true mosaic of ecological systems’.
The story of an enlightened, visionary and unifying leader – Fakhreddine Maan.
Designated a ‘foreign terrorist organisation’ by the US, Hezbollah continues to be one of the most enduring and high-profile aspects of modern Lebanese history and politics with which most Westerners are familiar.