Lebanon is anticipating hundreds of thousands of ex-pats and tourists to visit the country this summer. Their imminent arrival will bring a much-needed cash injection to a country previously tormented by an economic and financial crisis.
The Mediterranean nation, known for its vibrant nightlife, beaches, mountain resorts, and cuisine, is preparing for anywhere between 10,000 to 12,000 travellers a day, according to Lebanese Minister of Tourism Walid Nassar.
He adds that hotels and many guest houses are fully booked for the next three months.
The country has a large diaspora who are expected to visit family this summer – despite chronic electricity cuts and political and financial instability.
Many Lebanese people have left
→ Continue reading at Euronews