Erasmus places

  • Panini De Santis

    Come to find us in the rome's heart, between Piazza di Spagna and Fontana di Trevi. From breakfast, to after dinner The best sandwich in Rome, and also Salads, fresh dishes, Smoothies, Fresh squizeed juices, Fresh fruits, cocktails..and many others... Waiting for you!

    0 by Silvio, in Café, coctel, cerveza Rome, 17 hours ago
  • Blue Mosque

    The Blue Mosque (Called Sultanahmet Camii in Turkish) is an historical mosque in Istanbul. The mosque is known as the Blue Mosque because of blue tiles surrounding the walls of interior design.Mosque was built between 1609 and 1616 years, during the rule of Ahmed I....

    0 by Cantary, in Qué ver Istanbul, 2 days ago
  • Dublin Pub

    Hey, I've been Erasmus in Bratislava for one semester and I've spent most of my time in this place. Drinks are cheap as usual, and also staff are very cool and friendly , I strongly recommend this place if you have time.  You can see young people who are celebrating...

  • De Santis

    Everybody are welcome for our Special Sandwich (the best in Rome), Salads, Fresh juice smooties, Milkshake, Fruits Salads, Coffee, Tea, Cocktail, Happy Hour. In the heart of Rome, near Piazza di Spagna and Fontana di Trevi. You'll find every day 100% fresh products and...

    0 by Silvio, in Café, coctel, cerveza Rome, 14 days ago
  • Facoltà di Economia Università Degli studi di Roma Tor Vergata

    University of Rome Tor Vergata is a great young university. Located on the outskirts of the city is easily accessible by bus. Its classrooms are comfortable and modern and there is a lot of greenery around. Nearby there is a campus for students which houses about...

    0 by Vincenzo, in Fiesta Erasmus Rome, 21 days ago
  • Prulček Bar

    Since it opened in 2012, Prulček has quietly become one of the city's foremost venues for live music, with its Wednesday night jazz sessions routinely packing the house and carrying on well past the time when responsible working people have gone to bed. And to top...

    0 by Saša, in Fiesta Erasmus Ljubljana, 23 days ago
  • Coloseo, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza Venezia, Vaticano, Piazza Navona, Bocca della Verita, Pantheon

    Colosseum is the most knoen place in Rome, since ancient times. It was a place where the gladiators fought and the crowd got their entertainment. It used to be covered in gold. Nowadays it's ruins of ancient Rome, which you must see. Fontana di Trevi is a world known...

    0 by Nika, in Qué ver Rome, 26 days ago
  • Camp Nou

    It is a must-see for all the football fans who visit Barcelona. This wonderful stadium, whose name means "New pitch", is actually not that new, as it was built in the 1950s. However, at that time it was called that way to set it apart from the ancient stadium, located...

    0 by Emanuele, in Qué ver Barcelona, one month ago
  • La Sagrada Familia

    Of a rather different kind, instead, is the Facade of the Passion, realised in the second half of the 20th century and adorned by the works of Josep Maria Subirachs. Actually the contrast between the two architectonic styles (and even the kinds of stones used) is...

    0 by Emanuele, in Qué ver Barcelona, one month ago
  • La Sagrada Familia

    The Great Wall of China, the ancient city of Petra in Jordan, the statue of Christ the Redeemer in Brazil, the ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru and those of Chichen Itza in Mexico, the amphitheatre called Colosseum in Rome, the temple of Taj Mahal in India, the Great...

    0 by Emanuele, in Qué ver Barcelona, one month ago
  • Venice

    Me and three of my friends traveled from Wels in Austria to Venice in Italy on 21 st March. We took a Euro night train to Venice. We stayed at a friends house, here you can see the pictures of Venice. Venice is a series of islands which is joined together with the...

    0 by Manish, in Qué ver Venice, one month ago
  • Vienna

    Vienna entices visitors with its lavish, Old World charm. Gothic cathedral tower over richly ornamented baroque buildings and             copper domed palaces from the glory days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The romantic city on the...

    0 by Manish, in Qué ver Vienna, one month ago
  • Ceilidhs in Sheffield (Folk dance with live music)

    Every 2 fridays the University of Sheffield Ceilidh Society organises ceilidhs (live folk music parties, as in the dancing scene in Titanic) during the term time! No experience in folk dance is needed, since they always have a person (caller) who guides everyone through...

    0 by Caracol, in Fiesta Erasmus Sheffield, one month ago
  • home of the Eiffel Tower

    This chic district of Paris is the home of the Eiffel Tower and the Invalides. Many old mansions built here in the 18th century now hold government offices. The Invalides were created under Louis XIV to come to the aid of old soldiers who had been forced into either...

    0 by ika, in Dónde dormir Paris, one month ago
  • Pans & Company

    For a start, let me say that I am not at all the kind of person that frequently goes to fast food restaurants, so do not blame me for this entry which constitutes the exception rather than the rule for me. Although, should you need a cheap and consistent lunch (as in a...

    0 by Emanuele, in Dónde comer Barcelona, one month ago
  • Bosc de les Fades

    Could you think possible to find a quiet and enchanted place, looking like a fairy tale forest, just a few steps from the Rambla in Barcelona? Probably very few people would have thought it possible...and yet, that it exactly how this unique local called Bosc de les...

    0 by Emanuele, in Café, coctel, cerveza Barcelona, one month ago
  • Sagardi

    If you are looking for a trendy and celebrated local where tasty pintxos and appetizers and delicious cocktails are served, Sagardi is probably a good place for you. One of the several locals situated in La Ribera (I admit being particularly fascinated by this...

    0 by Emanuele, in Café, coctel, cerveza Barcelona, one month ago
  • Munich Frankfurt's

    Located just a stone's throw from the Camp Nou stadium, this local is not particularly typical nor elegant, but it represents a cheap and reliable option for those who may be feeling peckish coming out from the Camp Nou or Palau Blaugrana. It was indeed my case when,...

    0 by Emanuele, in Dónde comer Barcelona, one month ago
  • La Llantia

    As I have stated several times, the district of La Ribera offers several interesting places for a lunch in Barcelona. Along the two sides of the fascinating Passeig del Born, or hidden in the narrow streets which characterise the area between Santa Maria del Mar and...

    0 by Emanuele, in Dónde comer Barcelona, one month ago
  • Park Güell

    During my first visit to Barcelona, when the entrance to Parc Guell still used to be free (though restricted to a certain number of visitors) I was so fascinated with this place that I just couldn't help taking photos compulsively. Charmed by this enchanting park,...

    0 by Emanuele, in Qué ver Barcelona, one month ago

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