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The Lebanese are readying themselves for a little rest and relaxation away from home as the Eid al-Fitr holiday, a busy travel season for the region, fast approaches.Two weeks away, Eid al-Fitr is the holiday ending the holy month of Ramadan, when daily fasting and general abstinence keeps leisure travel in the region at a minimum. The week before and after the month are high seasons for outgoing travel, and in Lebanon, tension and recent instability is pushing those who can afford it to spend the time off from work abroad.Turkey is one of few places that grant Lebanese travelers visas upon entry, and with most flights under an hour and a half, the country is a popular destination throughout the year.
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