LONDON (AP) Tourists are taking to the road to see the lebanonia that makes the country famous, as it’s still largely in lockdown.
Lebanon is the world’s only European country where the government says people can travel freely.
It’s not only tourists who are going out to see its famous landscapes and rich heritage.
The government says its citizens have been travelling to the country in search of the country’s legendary beaches, its lush vegetation and the unique culture of its people.
But for some, it’s been hard to get in.
Tourists and tourists from other European countries are trying to access the island nation in search for a better life.
Tourism is booming, but many locals have been reluctant to visit because of a lack of government help.
The government says it has given nearly 2.5 million euros ($3.4 million) in cash aid to nearly 100,000 people.
But many are not taking it.
Many are looking for ways to earn money in lieu of helping the country.
The Lebanon Tourism Council has been working to make the island accessible to tourists, but there’s still a long way to go.
Tourist numbers have dropped to just under 50,000.
The council says it expects to reach 100,00 by the end of the year.
Lebenon is in a state of emergency as the country struggles with a virus outbreak that has killed at least 11 people.
The island’s tourism industry depends on tourism and is the main source of income for the island.
Lebrons economy depends on tourists and the country is suffering from a shortage of the key ingredient in its popular salad greens, lebanic acid.
Lebenon’s tourism sector relies heavily on tourism.