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  • Place

    Clock Tower

    There are several places to visit in Prague, but one of them is the city's main square. In this square, you will find one of the most important tourist attractions in the city, the astronomical clock. This clock is located in the principal tower of the square, has a...

    by Anonymous in What to see Prague, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus Experience in San Jose, Costa Rica by Célestine

    Why did you choose to go to San Jose, Costa Rica? I decided to discover this beautiful country for what people say about it: it's one of the most ecological in the world; it is well located between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, it is home to lots of animal...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus experiences San Jose, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Manchester, United Kingdom by Isabel

    What’s it like to live in Manchester? Would you recommend it? Manchester is a perfect city to live in. Most things happen in the city centre, but the majority of people live on the outskirts, so there are great transport connections. You can participate in lots of...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus experiences Manchester, 4 years ago
  • Experience

    Let Trondheim surprise you

    Why did you choose Norway? Honestly, I didn’t “choose” Norway, Norway chose me. Austria. Belgium, Italy and France (the most common destinations) were amongst my initial options. But on my course (industrial engineering) lots of people ask for the grant, so it was...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus experiences Trondheim, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    Words and Phrases in Italian

    Italian words and phrases. Welcome to your lifesaver in all languages, ready-made phrases. Italian is very similar to Spanish, but this doesn’t mean that you will be able to speak fluently about a thousand things right from the start, and, above all forget about...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus tips, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    Potato Gnocchi: An Italian Recipe

    Gnocchi is a type of pasta typical of Italy, which is prepared with a base of two ingredients: potatoes and flour, although you can add more ingredients to the basic recipe. For example, you can make courgette or spinach gnocchi. However, it’s a very cheap and simple...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus recipes, 4 years ago
  • Experience

    A long weekend in Budapest

    A long weekend in Budapest: With a Friday off work, and therefore a prolonged weekend, I decided to go to Budapest for a few days with a friend. To get there from Belgium, I went with Ryanair. The flight wasn’t expensive, and even less so since I didn’t take any...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus experiences Budapest, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    Zadar: Everything you need to know that nobody told you

    Hi guys, we’re in Dalmatia and I’m going to talk to you about Zadar (the region) and Zadar (the big city) compared with what I had seen immediately before. This region is ideal for getting to know a distinct part of Croatia. Here lies its precious namesake city, the...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus blog Zadar, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    Sports in Croatia

    Which sports do Croatian people enjoy? Football, tennis and skiing are very popular and Croatia, as a lover of sport, has contributed an uncountable number of first category players to these areas. Basketball It’s the second most popular sport in Croatia after...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus blog Croatia, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    Some peculiarities about the Danish.

    Today in this blog I’m bringing you a mixture of things that will be very useful if you go to live in Denmark, and some curiosities that are always worth knowing about the country and the people who live there. Danish culture is totally different to ours, which is why...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus blog Denmark, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    Sautéed Vegetables

    It’s always important to include vegetables in our daily diet, since they provide nutrients and vitamins that are difficult to replace by eating one specific food. For that reason, this recipe involves a combination of fruits and vegetables that will allow you to...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus recipes, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    The A-22 Toll Road

    Hello everyone. Another thing that my summer tenants always ask me about is the famous toll road on the Algarve motorway, the A-22, so I’m going to dedicate this post to telling you about my experience of this topic and everything I know about it that will be useful...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus blog Albufeira, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    Visiting the Combatants of the Morro of Arica Museum

    Hello everyone! I hope that you’re all very well, enjoying this Sunday! I hope so! The centre of Lima is a gem, and a place that can take us to many parts of our history, and not only the colonial history as we’re going to see this time. Well this time I want to...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus blog Lima, 4 years ago
  • Experience

    The Charm of Venice, A Well Earned Reputation

    Venice, a city with Venusian charm Source Figure 1: Lastminute.com Of all the beautiful destinations I’ve been able to visit, Venice always remains amongst the most enticing, charming, captivating… I’m lacking superlatives to describe it. I’ll tell you right...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus experiences Venice, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    Grade validations and more paperwork

    Hello everyone, today I’m dedicating this post to telling you what my grade validations were like at my home university once I’d returned from my Erasmus. I’ll also tell you about how grades work in England, more specifically in the University of Portsmouth, which...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus tips, 4 years ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Namur, Belgium by Marjorie

    What’s it like to live in Namur? Would you recommend it? Really nice. It’s both a student and a family city. What’s the student atmosphere like in Namur? In Namur, we study for three years (the degree, or the ‘Bac’ (as they say in Belgium)) and the students...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus experiences Namur, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    3 ingredient Japanese cheesecake

    Hello and welcome everyone! Today I’m here with a recipe that I’ve just recently tried and it turned out a little differently to what I was expecting. I’m going to show you how to make a Japanese cheesecake using just three ingredients. Super quick and easy to...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus recipes, 4 years ago
  • Place

    Cala de Finestrat

    The Cala de Finestrat is located in Finestrat (Alicante), and is the only beach in the municipality. It’s the bay that’s just before the Poniente beach in Benidorm, and next to Vila Joiosa so it’s not unreachable, although it’s difficult to find the path. I...

    by Anonymous in What to see Alicante, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    The nightmare of travelling with Viva Air Peru

    Saturday 14th October 2017, finally the day had arrived for me to go on one of my most awaited trips, since for the first time I was going to travel with my brother and my mum together, but due to various things in life it turned into one of my worst nightmares. I...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus blog Lima, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    Job interview with no experience

    How do you prepare for an interview if you’ve never worked? Hello again everyone! As I promised you in a previous entry How I found work experience in Germany, here I have another entry in which I’d like to share some tips and advice with you, in order for you to...

    0 by Anonymous in General, 4 years ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Perugia

    Why did you choose to go to Perugia, Italy? I chose Perugia because I wanted to do my Erasmus in Italy and it was a small, comfortable city in the centre of the country. How long does the grant last? How much financial help do you receive? I receive a grant of 300€...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus experiences Perugia, 4 years ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus experience in Lublin, Poland by Johan

    Why did you choose to go to Lublin, Poland? Because it offers good European studies, in which you can study in English in a good university without spending a fortune. This differs to other universities in European countries where you can only study a degree in the...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus experiences Lublin, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    The dreaded CAF and other forms of help

    Following on from the previous entry, Erasmus paperwork and mental messiness, in this entry I’ll pick up where I left off and explain what CAF consists of. CAF in French means, Caisse d'allocations familiales, and it’s a financial aid from the French government to...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus tips, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    See Poland in 5 Days

    To Poland?! This is the response I received every time I spoke about my holiday plans, followed by “and why there? ” It’s certain that Poland is a fascinating country, full of history in every corner and with a vitality that leaves nobody feeling indifferent. So,...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus blog Poland, 4 years ago
  • Blog

    The Surroundings of Split 2

    Close to Split we come across Trogir, Trogir is cool, it’s cool because it’s a small and beautiful place and old walls protect its maze of streets. It’s got a large promenade lined with bars and cafes, and luxury yachts in summer. Trogir is unique amongst the...

    0 by Anonymous in Erasmus blog Croatia, 4 years ago

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