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  • Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka II Today I have few extra experience about Sri Lanka: The cities in Sri Lanka were not anything special. Kandy was one of the nicest ones. We spent two nights there and we tried some restaurants, we were walking and then we continued. I thought that I would...

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Colombo, 3 days ago
  • Tunisia

    Hello all! I already wrote about many different special and unique places among Europe (Graz, Budapest, Cluj-Napoca, Helsinki, Vienna, Berlin) and the United States (New York, Rochester, the city of Niagara Falls). There’s only one day left of this Erasmusu...

    0 by Dóra, in What to see Tunis, 4 days ago
  • Park Klub

    ¡10zl (2, 34€) and a free beer bar for 4 hours! What more can you ask for? Park Klub is the bar with the best Erasmus atmosphere in all of Varsovia in regards to Wednesday's. It's an easy option when you don't know where to go out, there's always a party going on...

    0 by Elizabeth, in Erasmus party Warsaw, 4 days ago
  • Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka I Why Sri Lanka? I would like to talk about my biggest travelling adventure to Sri Lanka. It all happened in summer 2015. When I started to work more often in my second year at the university I realized that I might undertake longer and more adventurous tour...

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Sri Aman, 4 days ago
  • Paris

    I always wanted to visit Paris. They say it is the most romantic city in Europe. During my French classes at high school I heard about this city a lot of information. Our teacher was crazy about France and she knew everything about cities, people and habits in France....

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Paris, 4 days ago
  • Városliget

    Hello all! Városliget for me represents a nostalgic world just like Margaret island. I was enormously sad, when I heard that the city administration hand in hand with architectures are willing to influence Városliget, and make changes in its appearance. Any kind of...

    0 by Dóra, in What to see Budapest, 4 days ago
  • Prague Castle

    Prague trip There is only one trip missing that I have not talked about. Prague. During my staying in France, we did many trips – to Brugge, Disneyland, London, Paris, Dublin, Bordeaux, Lyon, Porto, Lisbon, but also to Prague. When we had our introduction week,...

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Prague, 5 days ago
  • Cojocna salt lakes

    Hello all! In my previous post I’ve already written about swimming pools and recreational complexes at Cluj-Napoca (http://erasmusu.com/en/erasmus-cluj-napoca/what-to-do/cluj-swimming-pools-7005#p447897). Now time has come to get out into the wild, and experience...

    0 by Dóra, in What to do Cluj-Napoca, 5 days ago
  • Császár-Komjádi, Hajós Alfréd and Kispesti swimming pools

    Hello all! I love swimming, and anywhere I go in the World with ERASMUS, if I have the opportunity, I visit a swimming complex. I think that a country’s bathing culture and bathing habits reflect the entire society's mentality. In my previous post I’ve already...

    0 by Dóra, in What to do Budapest, 5 days ago
  • Cluj swimming pools

    Hello all! I love swimming, and anywhere I go in the World with ERASMUS, if I have the opportunity, I visit a swimming complex. I believe that. by gaining inside of a nation'sculture for swimming, I can get closer to the whole society-image. Cluj-Napoca is a big city,...

    0 by Dóra, in What to do Cluj-Napoca, 5 days ago
  • Szentendre

    Hello all! It took me 3 years living in Budapest, when I once decided to visit Szentenre and its Christmas Market. Just like in the case of Rómaipart (http://erasmusu.com/en/erasmus-budapest/what-to-see/romaipart-6711#p441124), I absolutely regret that I’ve been too...

    0 by Dóra, in What to see Budapest, 5 days ago
  • La Puerta de Alcalá

    The Puerta de Alcalá is located in Madrid's Plaza de la Independencia. It's one of the symbols of the Spanish capital and is located a few metres away from the Plaza de Cibeles and the Retiro Park, in an area heavy with traffic and pedestrians. It has been declared a...

    0 by Daniele, in What to see Madrid, 6 days ago
  • Santa Maria del Mar

    Located in a favourable position, directly beside the Santa Maria del Mar church, this tiny restaurant is unlikely to feature in Barcelona restaurant guides, but it nevertheless constitutes a good choice for people who would need to decide upon a place to eat in the...

    0 by Daniele, in What to see Barcelona, 6 days ago
  • Mercado la provenzal

    Mercado Provenzal is a chain, but I did not know it the first time I went. It can be found at Nervion, near the Sevilla FC football stadium. I lived right near there, and I must say that during the first month of my stay I only went one afternoon. So what about it is...

    0 by Daniele, in Where to eat Sevilla, 6 days ago
  • Park Güell

    Barcelona's magnificent Parc Güell is perched atop a hill, it was created at the beginning of the twentieth century by architect Antonio Gaudi, and it's absolutely remarkable. Gaudi managed to create a garden where nature is the main attraction thanks to all the...

    0 by Daniele, in What to see Barcelona, 6 days ago
  • Bikram Yoga Astoria

    Hello all! If You want to experience a unique group activity, You want to gain energy and get rid of daily stress, I would recommend You visiting Bikram Yoga at Astoria. I attended my first yoga course thanks to one of my friends from the university. I went to the first...

    0 by Dóra, in What to do Budapest, 6 days ago
  • Aqua World Resort

    Hello all! If You’re having no idea about what to do in Budapest on a cold rainy day, want to experience something requiring adrenaline, with high levels of entertainment and excitement, then Aquaworld is the place where You belong. Aquaworld is a water amusement...

    0 by Dóra, in What to do Budapest, 6 days ago
  • The great market hall

    Hello all! During my student years I always had a dilemma among where to buy my daily food from. How much money should be spent on food, snacks in general, quality-meals, warm-foods? Should I eat healthier for more money, or try sparing and buy discounted and...

    0 by Dóra, in Where to eat Budapest, 6 days ago
  • Karadeniz Technical University

    Erasmus opportunity Another day , another post , well probably is going to be among my last posts but i couldn't end this blog yet before i show you guys one of my favorite universities in Turkey and a good choice for future Erasmus students . I was thinking this post...

    0 by Madalina, in What to do Trabzon, 6 days ago
  • Noir Choco Bar

    Hello all! Everything started on my birthday. 3 years ago. Two of my best friends from the university waited for me in the front of the university after classes. I was suspecting that something out of common is going to happen, but I trusted them, and entered in the...

    0 by Dóra, in Where to eat Budapest, 6 days ago

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