Join Indagare and Architectural Digest on a trailblazing journey that dives into the style, history and cuisine of Lebanon, with time in Beirut, Sidon, Byblos and Tripoli.
What to Expect
Often referred to as “the Paris of the Middle East,” Beirut is a modern city layered with paradoxes and cultural complexities that are rarely unpacked by the Western traveler. On this inaugural Lebanon journey with Indagare and Architectural Digest, participants will access precious ancient ruins that span civilizations and explore multi-ethnic cuisine and modern style, as borders are crossed and doors are opened to new perspectives.
On this journey, you will be joined by Indagare’s founder and CEO, Melissa Biggs Bradley, as well as Gay Gassmann, AD‘s contributing editor based in Europe.
- Expert-guided historical and architectural touring in Beirut and the ancient and medieval cities of Sidon, Jezzine, Tripoli and Byblos
- Immersive cultural activities, including a cooking class with local Lebanese women, and private visits to top design houses and ateliers
- Festive group meals at private residences and palaces, as well as Beirut’s best restaurants, with influential locals
- Experience an emerging destination with one of Architectural Digest’s contributing editors, as well as the founder and CEO of Indagare
WhenApril 29 – May 4, 2019
Length6 days / 5 nights
Type of TravelerFoodies , Intellectuals , Trailblazers