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Erasmus places

  • Albaicin Quarter

    Albaicin Quarter, to me, is a Muslim resident area which was influenced strongly by this religion's architecture. All the houses are painted in white with symbolic front gates and grogerous botanic gardens.  If you are lazy for a walk, you can take the bus C1 leaving...

    0 by Mia , in What to see Granada, 16 hours ago
  • El Grande Comandante

    Great place for best parties! Onee of the beat places in Bucharest if you wanna have a great parties with your friends or you wanna meet someone new. Most of the places from the Old City in Bucharest are the best, better than other countries. I'm sure that who will come...

    0 by Bianca, in Erasmus party Bucharest, 1 day ago
  • Stade Velodrome

    The Stade Velodome in Marseille is home to the most decorated and successful football team in France; Olympique de Marseille, otherwise known as OM. If you were to ask a Marseillais person what was the largest religion in Marseille they would not say Islam or...

    0 by Alan, in What to see Marseille, 1 day ago
  • El Grande Comandante

    El Grande Comandante is a crazy party-bar located in Bucharest, very close to the centre of the city, connected to the local transport. It offers several nights a week with great party music very well suited for dancing and having fun, very nice staff and a large offer...

    0 by Radu, in Erasmus party Bucharest, 1 day ago
  • Chess Bar & Sacre Coeur

    Chess Bar: The Chess bar in Pigalle became my favourite spot the first time I went there. It is absolutely free to play, and the large tree stump and milk crate seats combined with the ecclectic decor and candles on the tables create a truly unique atmosphere.   There...

    0 by Sophie , in What to do Paris, 3 days ago
  • Old Town

    The Olt Town in Riga is so magic and historic.  Give a chance to yourself and get lost in the tiny streets, finding amazing places wether to eat, drink or buy souvenirs.  Since the St.Peters Church, Doma Square and The Black-heads House, you can enjoy of a combination...

    0 by Ana Sofia, in What to see Riga, 3 days ago
  • Carcassonne Castle

    What was meant to be just a short pit-stop on our way to visit Montpellier turned out to be an entir day's worth of sight-seeing and activities. Carcassonne is a town located in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France and the main attraction is the ancient fortified...

    0 by Alan, in What to see Carcassonne, 3 days ago
  • Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu

    Someone asked me, which mountain would you recommend to climb? Huayna or Machu Picchu? I can't really recommend one over the other because I've only been to one, but if you're looking for amazing views of the ruins and the river, Machu Picchu is without a doubt the...

    0 by Jake, in What to see Cuzco, 3 days ago
  • Clerigos

    The group called the Clergy , which includes the Church and the Tower of Clerics , designed by the Italian architect Nicolau Nasoni , is considered one of the best architectural examples of the Porto baroque. Its construction , the Brotherhood initiative of clerics ,...

    0 by Alberto, in What to see Porto, 4 days ago
  • Académie de la Grande Chaumière

    One evening, i stepped into a time machine and found myself sketching in a studio of the Montpartnass, it was in nineteen fifteen, or twenty or so... I was surrounded by painters, beautiful artistic men with mustaches and women wearing red lipstick and hairbands. I told...

    0 by May Hong, in What to do Paris, 5 days ago
  • Omodos Village

    The village of Omodos is about an hour drive from Limassol. It might be a little "too" touristic during certain period but you won't only find tourist but a lot of Cypriots coming there during weekends. The place has a great authenticity and specific mood you won't find...

    0 by Ben, in What to see Limassol, 5 days ago
  • Kourion

    Close to Limassol, the site of Kourion is probably the biggest and most easy to access archaeological place in Southern Cyprus. You will find a vaste surface with remaining ruins from different era, an amphitheatre preserved and restored to receive concerts, while high...

    0 by Ben, in What to see Limassol, 5 days ago
  • granero

    Im not gonna say a  lot of think about this place. For me its the best place to go at wednesday night. They have an erasmus party and the staff there is really friendly . Beers is 1-2 euros each and they dont have entrance. The dj is really good and really friendly and...

    0 by Vasilis, in Erasmus party Granada, 5 days ago
  • Mirador San Miguel Alto

    San miguel alto its the highest mirador at granada . You can go there by walking 30 minutes from center . It has an amazing view of granada center and Alhambra . I suggest you go there with a bottle of water because its far away of civilization . Many people go there...

    0 by Vasilis, in What to see Granada, 5 days ago
  • La cueva de 1900

    La cueva is the best place at granada to eat traditional Paella. It costs 22 euros but its good enough for 2-3 people . Be carefull because they need 40 minutes to cook paella . I suggest you to go there and drink 1 beer (they will bring you tapas for free) and then...

    0 by Vasilis, in Where to eat Granada, 5 days ago
  • chupiteria 69

    Chupiteria 69 is the  best place for shots at granada. Each shot cost 1 euro and they give you as a reward 1 coupon. With the coupons you can buy thinks like T-shirts-Hats etc. Every day except monday is full of erasmus people . At tuesdays its an event that gives you...

    0 by Vasilis, in Erasmus party Granada, 5 days ago
  • Millénium Club

    Millénium (Known as Mystik when I was on my Erasmus) is bar far the best clubbing option for Erasmus students in Marseille. Even without talking about how good the actual club is, it is still the best option. The best thing about the club is its location. It is...

    0 by Alan, in Erasmus party Marseille, 5 days ago
  • O'Brady's Irish Pub

    There are several "Irish" pubs in Marseille and whilst all the other are good pubs, the closest thing you will get to an authentic Irish pub in the city is at O'Brady's. If you somehow didn't know it was an Irish pub from the decor outside, you will know for sure once...

    0 by Alan, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Marseille, 5 days ago
  • 1000 years old city

    State Bank of Pakistan National Bank of Pakistan Bahauddin Zakariya University Shrine of Hazarat Bahauddin Zakariaya Tomb of Mai Maharban Shrine of Khawaja Awais Khan Tomb of Shah Yousaf Gardazi Various old heritage Nishter Hospital Tomb of shah rukna alam multan Ghanta...

    0 by muzamil, in What to see Multan, 6 days ago
  • Palais Omnisports Marseille Grand-Est

    The Palais Omnisports in Marseille is a great place to do something that you wouldn't really expect to do in a city in the south of France. My friends and I visited this place a couple of time to go ice skating! The area is home to the local Marseille ice hockey team,...

    0 by Alan, in What to do Marseille, 6 days ago

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