For those who come from outside Lebanon and live at MEU, you will discover that the campus life can be easily complemented by the city life. Beirut and its suburbs can be rewarding to MEU students in many ways. Within a walking or a driving distance, you will be able to explore the local life and discover its cultural mysteries.
Transportation to and from MEU is neither complicated, nor expensive. Service taxis and buses can take you virtually anywhere you wish to go. There is also a regional transportation service via car or bus that can take you to Syria, Jordan, and Turkey.
Around the year, tourists travel to Lebanon to visit its natural and historical sites. From the majestic Cedars in the north, to the ancient city of Tyre in the South, you can learn on location about the history and archaeology of one of the Bible lands.
The national museum, the wax museum, the Gubran Khalil Gubran museum, the Beit Eddine museum, and many others, are excellent cultural centers where you will be exposed to the historical knowledge and the artistic presentations of Lebanon.
Once you begin investigating the local life, you cannot but indulge yourself into the delicious Lebanese cuisine and afterwards shop for the latest clothing styles. Restaurants and malls are a clever mix in the industrial life of Lebanon.
If you are interested in learning more about and keep up withcurrent events, you can visit www.Beirut.com, the go-to site for local happenings.