Lebanon - General Info
UTC +2, summer time UTC +3.
Voltage: 110/220 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Shops and businesses are typically open Monday through Saturday, 9:00-18:00.
Hours vary, and in summer many establishments close early.
Restaurant hours vary, and many restaurants, especially in Beirut, are open late.
Banking hours are Monday through Saturday, 8:30-12:30.
Working hours for government offices and post offices are typically 8:00-14:00.
Lebanese pound of 100 piastres.
International dialing code for Lebanon is +961.
Most Lebanese use mobile phones, and coverage extends throughout the country.
There are Internet cafés available throughout Lebanon, and many larger hotels now offer high-speed and wireless Internet access for free or for a small fee.
Police - dial 112
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November 2016: Immigration, Customs, Security and Local Customs updated.
May 2015: Added to Publications
October 2014: Immigration & Customs checked.
March 2013: Clearance reviewed.
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