Lebanon’s Tripoli might just be unique. Not because of a rich history spanning 5,000 years and not because of its position between cedar-speckled mountains and blissful sandy beaches; not even thanks to the Tripolitanean sweets the city is famous for. It is unique due to the fact that, despite all of these attributes, only 2% of Lebanon’s tourists visit the country’s second city. A somewhat turbulent past and a reputation as Beirut’s more conservative sister might be behind the city’s paucity of visitors, but now its inhabitants are out to change all that. Find out more here.