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Explore one of Lebanon’s most beautiful nature reserves and home to the oldest cedar forest located just eight kilometers from Bcharre and enjoy the magical view of the large cedars of Lebanon. Apart from its attractive and central location, Bcharre is home of Gebran Khalil Gebran, the famous writer and poet who were born there...

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Beiteddine and Deir El Qamar take you through some of the most popular towns and sites in Lebanon. Immerse yourself in the cultures, traditions and landscapes of this diverse land as you make your way through traditional villages and landmarks. At Moussa Castle, we will discover the beautiful story of one man’s courage, faith, patience...

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In every district of Batroun & Tripoli you find a story Batroun is likely the “Batruna” mentioned in the Amarna letters dating to the 14th century B.C. Batroun is famous for its Phoenician wall and old souks where we’re gonna offer our guests a fresh lemonade which is the signature of the city. Tripoli is...

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World Heritage Sites of Baalbek & Anjar and the famous Ch â teau Ksara   Baalbek, Lebanon’s greatest Roman treasure, can be counted among the wonders of the ancient world. The largest and most noble Roman temples ever built, they are also among the best preserved. The city of Anjar stands as the single Umayyad...

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The Castle District encompasses Castle Hill (Várhegy) – nerve centre of Budapest’s history and packed with many of the capital’s most important museums and other attractions – as well as ground-level Víziváros (Watertown). What the latter lacks in sights it makes up for in excellent restaurants, many of them around Széll Kálmán tér, a major transport hub and the centre of urban Buda.

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Barcelona is an enchanting seaside city with boundless culture, fabled architecture and a world-class drinking and dining scene. Barcelona's architectural treasures span 2000-plus years. Towering temple columns, ancient city walls and subterranean stone corridors provide a window into Roman-era Barcino. Fast forward a thousand years or so to the Middle Ages by taking a stroll through the shadowy lanes of the Gothic quarter, past tranquil plazas and soaring 14th-century cathedrals.

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Tokyo feels limitless in size and scope and often seems more like a collection of cities than one cohesive whole. At the centre is the Imperial Palace. To the east of the palace is the old city, the historic downtown that came to life during the feudal era (when a castle stood where the palace is today). Here, in neighbourhoods like Ueno and Asakusa, the attractions have a more traditional slant: there are museums, shrines and temples, historic restaurants and artisan workshops.

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Immersed in history, London's rich seams of eye-opening antiquity are everywhere. The city's buildings are striking milestones in a unique and beguiling biography, and a great many of them – the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben – are instantly recognisable landmarks. There’s more than enough innovation (the Shard, the Tate Modern extension, the planned Garden Bridge) to put a crackle in the air, but it never drowns out London’s seasoned, centuries-old narrative.