The Lebanese currency is the Lebanese pound, abbreviated "LBP" or "Lebanese Lira" abbreviated "LL", which is the most common abbreviation. Its value is kept stable relative to the US dollar, with a value of about LL1,500 to US$1. Either Lebanese pounds or US dollars are accepted almost everywhere, and it is common to pay in dollars but receive change in pounds in which case, make sure you don't get short-changed.
Bills used are LL1000, LL5000, LL10,000, LL20,000, LL50,000 and LL100,000.p.s: you may find two forms of LL1000 and they are both accepted.
Bills not used are LL1, LL5, LL10, LL25, LL50, LL100, LL250, LL500.
There are LL25, LL50, LL100, LL250 and LL500 coins. LL25, LL50 and LL100 coins are virtually never used.
Correct as of November 2009:
|$ US Dollar||USD$1 = LL1,502||LL1,000 = USD$0.67|
|£ Pound Sterling||£1.00 = LL2,529||LL1,000 = £0.40|
|€ Euro||€1.00 = LL2,251||LL1,000 = €0.44|
|$ Australian Dollar||AUD$1 = LL1,407||LL1,000 = AUD$0.71|
|$ New Zealand Dollar||NZD$1 = LL1,126||LL1,000 = NZD$0.89|
|$ Canadian Dollar||CAD$1 = LL1,435||LL1,000 = CAD$0.70|
|¥ Japanese Yen||¥1.00 = LL16.87||LL1,000 = ¥59|