Zahle (or Zahlé; Arabic: زحلة) is a city in Lebanon.
Zahlé name origins is a direct indication from the Arabic meaning of "moving" due to its geological sliding nature. The nearby town to Zahlé named "Mouallaka" is carrying the opposite Arabic meaning due to its geological stable nature where the direct Arabic word means "fixed"
From Beirut buses to Zahlé leave at Cola and drop you off at the highway as they usually go further north to Ba'albek. From there a 20 minutes walk to your left / the north takes you to the city center. You might also be able to catch service taxi for LL 2000.
Visit Baalbek, a spectacular historical site.