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  • Benalmádena Beach

    This summer I went on holiday to Benalmádena and one of the most popular activities for everyone who goes on holiday to the coast is going to the beach, and also walking along it in the evening. It is also great to go to one of the beach bars and enjoy a refreshing...

    0 by Amy, in What to do Malaga, 17 hours ago
  • Parkinson Building

    I was looking through the articles on Leeds on the Erasmusu website and realised that there's hardly any content about this marvellous city in Northern England, something which seems a huge shame to me. So, aside from the entries I've been writing, I've decided to do my...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Leeds, 18 hours ago
  • Brussels

    It was not my first time in Brussels because I have already been there when I was at high school with my dance class. It was a big experience at that time but I did not see the city much. Although getting to Brussels from Lille is quite easy. Moreover, almost everytime...

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Brussels, 19 hours ago
  • Los Cármenes

    Hi again Antonio! As promised, here's a short review of this park, along with some photos - only some of the ducks though, since I couldn't find any others searching through my computer which would show you something of this relatively large park. If you find yourself...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Granada, 19 hours ago
  • Ronda, Málaga

    Location: On the banks of the Guadalevín River, in the province of Málaga. Population: 36, 700 inhabitants. Climate: Mediterranean, with colder winters than on the coast. Website: www.turismoderonda.es The city of Ronda extends over the banks of the Guadalevín, a...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Malaga, 20 hours ago
  • Amsterdam

    In the end of the semester we talked about our plans with Lilian and she just mentioned that she still had few free days in May before she starts her voluntary job in Romania. I started to think about my plans and I realized that at that time I would be in Amsterdam –...

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Amsterdam, 1 day ago
  • Budapest

    Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is one of the most densely populated cities in the European Union, with 1. 74 million inhabitants. It numbers among several places which are today considered World Heritage Sites, and is one of the most important financial centres in...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Budapest, 1 day ago
  • Bordeaux, Nantes, Arcachon

    As I already said May was the month of exams and the month of travelling at the same time. Firstly I went to Portugal for a whole week and after my exams I went to Barcelona (three days), Paris (one day) and to the south of France (three days). We started to plan the...

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Bordeaux, 2 days ago
  • The Dolphins Coffee Shop

    Anyone looking for somewhere warm, pleasant and relaxed to spend a leisurely afternoon need look no further than The Dolphins Coffee Shop in Amsterdam. We were looking for a coffee shop we hadn't tried before, so basically one that wasn't The Greenhouse or Hunter's...

    0 by Helen, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Amsterdam, 4 days ago
  • Heineken Experience

    The Heineken Experiences is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Amsterdam, the main factory of the worldwide known Heineken and the place where it was first founded. How to get there? Walking: From the Rijksmuseum, it is a 10 minute walk along the...

    0 by Amy, in What to see Amsterdam, 4 days ago
  • Liberty Island

    It was a warm and absolutely gorgeous autumn day in mid-October in New York City. It was my second ever day in New York City, and I was very excited to see what other amazing things I could see and experience in this amazing city. That day, we did the boat cruise to see...

    0 by Mina, in What to see New York, 5 days ago
  • Rockefeller Center

     The Rockefeller Center was the first thing I saw in New York City. Keep in mind that it was my first time ever visiting New York City, and even New York State. So, in my opinion, I think the was absolutely the best possible way to start off one of the best weekend...

    0 by Mina, in What to see New York, 5 days ago
  • Central Park

    My first time ever going to New York City was when I was 19 years old, in October of 2015. I have always dreamt of visiting New York City. I have only ever seen it in television programs, movies, and pictures. I always knew it was flashy. I always knew it was grandiose....

    0 by Mina, in What to see New York, 5 days ago
  • Ottawa Bluesfest

    Ottawa is a small city. Some locals even refer to the City of Ottawa as a "town." It is a quiet, government, 9:00AM - 5:00PM city. It does not get very loud here. Except in mid-July. Then the city gets loud and crazy. This is because Ottawa's world-known festival...

    0 by Mina, in What to do Ottawa, 5 days ago
  • Osheaga Music and Arts Festival

    Osheaga. Yes, that is a weird name. I am fully aware. Osheaga. That is what the natives called the land that is now known as Montreal. Osheaga is the first word that the Aboriginal people spoke to the French-European explorers when they first set foot into Canada, also...

    0 by Mina, in What to do Montreal, 5 days ago
  • Paris

    One day in Paris was a part of my last week of travelling in May. Firstly I went to Barcelona, after I had one day alone in Paris and after we continued to the south of France. In this blog story I will tell you how I said goodbye to Paris. Why did I even decide to...

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Paris, 5 days ago
  • Manneken Pis

    In this article, we'll be leaving the Iberian Peninsula behind to talk about Brussels, and, more precisely, about the Manneken Pis, one of the symbols of the EU capital. I travelled around Belgium a few years ago and visited Brussels, Ghent and Bruges, and what better...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Brussels, 5 days ago
  • Arthur's Seat

    Edinburgh is the main city in Scotland where I was lucky enough to stay for three weeks thanks to the amazing DEP grant from the Ministry of Spanish Education. I was there a year and a half ago. The aim of my stay was to take a language course, which I did, but I also...

    0 by Amy, in What to see Edinburgh, 5 days ago
  • The Shrine of Murcia's Patron Saint

    Introduction The Shrine of Our Lady of Fuensanta is one of the most important and most visited tourist and religious attractions in the region of Murcia. It is located in the Regional Park of Carrascoy and the Valley, in Algezares, dominating the Murcian plain from its...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Murcia, 5 days ago
  • Victor Hugo

    WHERE IS IT ? Located in the South-Est of France, Grenoble is a nice and peaceful place surrounded by mountains. If you love nature but also human-size cities , it's the place for you!  We have a lot of Green places where you can "chill" with your friend during the...

    0 by Chloé, in What to do Grenoble, 6 days ago

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