The capital city of Syria and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.

Palmyra (Tadmur)

An ancient city known for its well-preserved ruins and majestic columns, blending Roman and Persian architectural styles.

Krak des Chevaliers

A Crusader castle considered one of the most impressive medieval fortresses in the world, featuring massive walls, towers, and a well-preserved interior.


A historic city with a rich cultural heritage, although it has suffered significant damage due to the Syrian conflict.


An ancient city with well-preserved Roman ruins, including a large theater, citadel, and Roman baths.


A picturesque village known for its Christian monasteries and churches, as well as being one of the few places where Aramaic, the language of Jesus, is still spoken.


Famous for its ancient waterwheels (norias) used for irrigation along the Orontes River, as well as the historic Hama Citadel.


An archaeological site with remains of the ancient city of Ebla, known for its early Bronze Age palace and archives.