While Lebanon has stunning beaches, historical architecture and religious buildings, it’s advised to monitor international media and travel advice before planning a trip here. When all things are a go, though, it’s a great trip to take. Baalbeck has remarkable ruins of surviving Greco-Roman and Phoenician architecture. It also has the Temple of Jupiter, which is the biggest Roman temple ever constructed. Beirut is another city offering plenty of entertainment for travelers. Its many beaches top the list. The Mediterranean envelops most of the city’s perimeter, and with more than 100 miles worth of coastline there are plenty of public beaches to spend your afternoon on. A famous landmark in Beirut is Pigeon Rocks. This collection of arched rock formations protrudes out of the Mediterranean and sits on the western end of the Corniche. The Corniche is a promenade where many locals and tourists choose to take a coffee break while enjoying the views.