Amadea Kovič

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France
Paris
Portugal
Lisbon

Amadea Kovič

Current city:
Paris
City of birth:
Ljubljana
Host university:
Home university:
UNI-LJ

Amadea activity

  • Experience

    Lazy Saturday afternoons in Paris

    If you live in this vibrant European capital, chances are you have spent a fabulous Friday night, full of chatting with strangers, dancing in dimmed light and drinking various bubbly drinks. When you wake up by the first rays of the sun, coming through your thick...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus experiences Paris, 26 days ago
  • Experience

    Lazy Sunday afternoons in Ljubljana

    When you find yourself in the position of an Erasmus+ student in Ljubljana, you might start questioning yourself, what can I do on weekends? Surely, there are many clubs which you can visit in the night, but what to do during the day? There aren't that many...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus experiences Ljubljana, 27 days ago
  • Experience

    The granita heaven

    When we think of Italy, we usually get a lot of associations: renaissance, gorgeous sculptures, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Vatican, gondolas in Venice, feeding pigeons on Piazza San Marco, Sophia Loren and Monica Belluci. We think of the smell of basil and...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus experiences Palermo, one month ago
  • Place

    Phoenix Book Café

    In one of the previous blogs I have mentioned the Harry Potter Library (Livraria Lello)in Porto, but this time I am gonna focus on another place, dedicated to this great hero of our youth (and of course, adulthood also). It can be found a bit closer to my home, just...

    by Amadea in What to do Klagenfurt, one month ago
  • Blog

    How to navigate the menu in Slovenia

    Slovene people take drinking coffee seriously. We drink it in the morning to get our thoughts in order, but during the day it becomes an opportunity for socialising. We like to spend hours on the sun and chat over a cup of hot beverage, and it seems that this is one of...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus tips, one month ago
  • Experience

    Roses, cats and granat apples

    Once you take a walk along the streets of any of Cyprus' main cities, you'll notice little pairs of dark eyes following you around. Tiny soft paws will take steps behind you and when you sit in a restaurant to enjoy your meal, be prepared to be patiently...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus experiences Nicosia, one month ago
  • Place

    Dalí Paris

    Tickets and timetable Unlike many other French museums, this one is not free for youth under the age of 26; you will probably have to pay from 9 to 12 EUR. The museum offers free entry to some exceptions, such as children under the age of 8, journalists, conference...

    by Amadea in What to see Paris, one month ago
  • Experience

    Partying in Porto

    Porto is Portugal's second biggest city with a population of almost two million people. Many international students pick it for their exchange abroad city because of its intercultural vibes, beautiful landscape and architecture in the heart of stunning nature and...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus experiences Porto, one month ago
  • Place

    Panthéon

    If there is one place in Paris that brings together the most important events and discoveries of the French nation, it is Panthéon. It is a memorial monument where the most important people of French history are buried: from the artistic giants from the past, like...

    by Amadea in What to see Paris, one month ago
  • Place

    Jardin Du Luxembourg

    Paris is home to many beautiful museums and palaces, art collections and magnificent monuments to the triumphs of a human spirit. But sometimes you just wish to find a beautiful green garden in which you could eat your lunch, observe nature and get tanned a little. ...

    by Amadea in What to see Paris, one month ago
  • Place

    Musée Rodin (Rodin Museum)

    His hands on her skin, as pale as if she does not exist. Fingers slightly bent, holding her gently around the waist. Love expressed without grand gestures but with the simplicity of a basic touch between two human beings.  That is the imagery that occupies tourists in...

    by Amadea in What to see Paris, one month ago
  • Experience

    In the heart of Europe

    Brussels is not a big city compared to other European capitals; there are around two million people living, working, watering plants and drinking coffee every day there. But it is the place where all ends meet. In this fantastic mix of modern and old architecture,...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus experiences Brussels, 2 months ago
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    On the beaches of Algarve

    One of the best things that Portugal has to offer (besides amazing food, friendly people, beautiful fado music and magnificent miradouros), is its nature. But you won't see that if you stay just in the main cities such as the capital or Porto. If you walk around...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus experiences Faro, 2 months ago
  • Experience

    On the sunny side of Alps

    Ljubljana is the city that I was born in. There is not really one explanation that would tell to a curious traveller what this name means, but it is very similar to the word »ljubljena« which means »the beloved one (woman)«. The name of our capital is not the only...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus experiences Ljubljana, 2 months ago
  • Experience

    The pearl in the middle of the ocean

       Once you are in Portugal, you definitely have to explore the islands. They provide an amazing natural environment and views like no other. There are many charming walking paths, climbs, caves, lakes, waterfalls and of course, magnificent mountains. Be careful...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus experiences Funchal, 2 months ago
  • Place

    Castelo de São Jorge

    One sunny afternoon you can mount the small hill on top of which you'll find this charming castle. Try to do it on a normal day, not on a weekend or during holidays, because you will have more peace and quiet this way. The castle is one of the most iconic spots in the...

    by Amadea in What to see Lisbon, 2 months ago
  • Place

    Oceanario

    Of course, Lisbon has many museums, galleries and other cultural delicacies to offer. Just walking around the streets you will see many wonders and monuments that are worth stopping for, ice cream shops that will become your new favourites or charming viewpoints and...

    by Amadea in What to see Lisbon, 2 months ago
  • Place

    Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum)

    While in Lisbon, you should definitely visit one of its most beautiful museums: Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum). It is located close to the Tagus river in an ex-monastery, next to a beautiful chapel, full of beautifully painted traditional white and...

    by Amadea in What to see Lisbon, 2 months ago
  • Blog

    Types of coffee

    You may be an Erasmus+ student in Porto, Lisbon or some other Portuguese city, but that doesn't mean you speak this poetic language fluently. Although I am sure your language level will be much higher at the end of your experience, you might not be there yet. But of...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus tips, 2 months ago
  • Experience

    Lisbon: the sunflower made of stone

    I moved to Lisbon one rainy afternoon when the sky looked like it was painted by a sad expressionist.First, I was surprised by the grey colours above me. I've always thought that Portugal is an extremely sunny place, and optimistically, I packed only bikinis and...

    0 by Amadea in Erasmus experiences Lisbon, 2 months ago

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