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Erasmus places

  • Torre de Hercules

    The Torre de Hercules was one of my absolute favorite places to visit in La Coruña. It is a popular place for relaxing upon the rocks that sit by ocean, a run, or a nice picnic. The story behind the tower contains a legend that you can read about here. 

    0 by Rhea, in What to see A Coruña, 4 days ago
  • Instituto Hispanico de Murcia

    Accommodation in Murcia Instituto Hispanico helped me a lot. And I am sure they will help me again during my studies next semester. I know how hart is to find a good apartment and, nice roomates and of course the owner of the apartment. I can definitely recommend to...

    0 by Petra, in What to do Murcia, 5 days ago
  • Club

    Surprise you amazing climate, energy cosmic music and special effects. Electrifying events and extraterrestrial cocktails will strike a chord of each Club Member. Our advantage is the unmistakable sound quality and sound system and speakers blasting zone of active power...

    0 by Magda, in Erasmus party Bydgoszcz, 5 days ago
  • Badulake Murcia Bar

    In Murcia you can find a lot of bar, it's a party place, indeed. But....definitely one of the best Erasmus bar in Murcia. You can meet there all Erasmus from Murcia and parting with them. :) Very cheap, great music and perfect topics for parties. I have spent a great...

    0 by Petra, in Erasmus party Murcia, 6 days ago
  • Riva ( Boardwalk)

    Hi guys !  Split is the biggest city in Dalmatia and the secon one in Croatia.These photos are photos of riva (boardwalk).Riva is amazing place to relax and enjoy in the sun. It is one of the famous places in Split. That is the reason why is always full of people when...

    0 by Katarina, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Split, 11 days ago
  • Café Avellaneda

    This is a place in Mexico City, where all coffee lovers must go. Its a really tiny small cafe, with calm, easyful atmosphere situated in lovely colourful mexican street. You can choose from any kind of coffee, but try here a real espresso sin leche o azucar :) delicious...

    0 by Lenka, in Cafe, cocktail, beer México, D.F., 19 days ago
  • Capadochia

    Capadochia  Just a few years ago, when first time I saw photographs of the landscape of this location,I thought I will get there someday... But it's certain that in a months (normal, any serious business begins months) we called the agency, just to ask you a question...

    0 by Patricia, in What to see Kayseri, one month ago
  • Chinatown & The Best Spot for Fish and Chips

    Every single ''major'' city must have its one of a kind China Town and London is no different. This brings me to what I would like to share with you all today, which is what you can expect from the Chinatown here in capital city of England. For a starter, London is a...

    0 by Oat, in What to do London, one month ago
  • Občinska stavba

    This is probably my last entry that I am going to write for this competition, but it does not mean that it is any less interesting than the other ones! The City Hall of Nova Gorica is a very important building. But not because of what is happening inside, because this...

    0 by Katja, in What to see Nova Gorica, one month ago
  • Hasdeu Campus

    Piezisa is a short street full of pubs and restaurants. If you look right you can find anything you like. You can eat pizza, fish, hamburgers, you can drink whatever you want, you find a nice gym there, you can go to the club, rent a car, find a place to stay......

    0 by Patricia, in What to see Cluj-Napoca, one month ago
  • de cuadros

    What is it about this time round? I’m referring to a tapas bar, one which I’ve already visited multiple times and which I will surely be paying more visits to in the future. More specifically, I’m talking about D’Cuadros (written something like that) – ideal...

    0 by Patricia, in Where to eat Granada, one month ago
  • Termalliget - Berettyoujfalu

    Such a success place I want to introduce you today. Near Neptun there is Termalliget - Berettyoujfalu, located at 35 km. from Oradea, means by its distance from border, facilities offered and price (16 lei/adult), an alternative as soon as viable for Baile Felix/1 may,...

    0 by Patricia, in What to do Mako, one month ago
  • granero

    What is it about this time round? I will now talk a bit about one of the discos I have been to most this year in Granada. In fact, it is by far the one I’ve frequented most and you will soon understand why. I’m referring to Granero. Where can we find this...

    0 by Patricia, in Erasmus party Granada, one month ago
  • Hiking trail along the Slovenian coast

    A brief introduction: A few weeks ago, I have read an interesting article about the long – distance hiking trails in the US (which, by the way, made me want to simply pack my bags and go there, but then I remembered that I need to attend my university classes and I am...

    0 by Katja, in What to do Koper, one month ago
  • Oxford Street, Canarby Street & Buckingham Palace

    People travel for all sorts of reason, but for us, the younger and more dynamic generation, we tend to travel to enjoy ourselves, by gaining new exposure to new cultures, way of life, history and societal elements. Okay, let's be realistic. Some of us completely ignore...

    0 by Oat, in What to do London, one month ago
  • Micky's Fishbar

    In London, we accommodated at the hotel Belvedere and if we were hungry we burst into a KFC located in the vicinity. Big mistake! Don't you stay away from fast food's London! Are dirty and food served is far below the level of served in Romania to bodegile similar to...

    0 by Patricia, in Where to eat London, one month ago
  • Colmar, the little Venice of Frence

    First objective was visited Cathedral Saint Martin, located on Grand Rue (street), a street with lots of shops, terraces, restaurants and houses extraordinarily beautiful. It is the greatest museums of Alsace, founded at the beginning of the twentieth century of XIII...

    0 by Patricia, in What to see Colmar, one month ago
  • Portorož

    Portorož is a small, but very beautiful medieval town, situated at the slovenian coast. It is shown in many advertisements, presenting Slovenia, and inviting tourists to see its beauties by themselves. And this town really is a work of art, painted on this world by a...

    0 by Katja, in What to see Koper, one month ago
  • Manneken Pis, The Tin Tin Shop, Waffles, and more

    We are still here in Belgium for the second part of my stop over in the capital of Brussels before I headed off to start my the new chapter of my young adulthood in Paris, France. I had shared with you guys my experience thus far in Brussels, starting from my brief...

    0 by Oat, in What to do Brussels, one month ago
  • Veleblagovnica Nama

    Veleblagovnica Nama is probably the most fashionable shopping centre in the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana. What I found especially interesting about Veleblagovnica Nama is, that they also have an online shop, which works in two ways: you can choose the clothes that...

    0 by Katja, in What to do Ljubljana, one month ago

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