Inc. Magazine lists Beirut as life-changing city

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July 13, 2015

Visiting these seven cities can change your life. That's how was entitled an article in the American magazine "Inc." in one of her recent issues.

Tourism and Travel Department Editor wrote an article in which he stated that even though the Middle East is suffering from disturbance, Beirut remains a safe city to visit.

He pointed out that Beirut used to be called "Paris of the middle east" and that she is Stronghold to culture and enlightening, assuring that upon the visit, the tourist will be able to track down ancient history of the Romans and the Ottomans who have reigned in the past.

He added to the readers: "talk with salesmen on the Corniche of Beirut, which runs on four full-kilometer distance. Eat the food and certainly Lebanese food. And abandon that way all preconceived notions you have about the Middle East, you will find the beauty that you have never seen before."

Beirut occupied the number six on the list and the magazine also included Istanbul (Turkey), Hanoi (Vietnam), Cape Town (South Africa), Grindavk (Iceland), San Francisco (California), and Kyoto (Japan)


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