Barbara Heitner

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    Porta Nuova

    Milano has a nice city center; you can admire without doubts art and architecture in every street of it. However this is not the city of Italy that is really famous among tourists for its attractions from the past times but rather from the recent history. Not...

    by Barbara in What to see Milan, 8 years ago
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    Giardino delle Rose

    When you are in Firenze (Florence) and you don't have too much time, it becomes very hard to decide what to see, what to visit, what priority to make as this city has so many sites and attractions. However, after the walks in the city center, I bet you can't skip...

    by Barbara in What to see Florence, 8 years ago
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    Napfényfürdő Aquapolis

    Szeged is one of the most beautiful and exciting cities in Hungary. It is located quite close to both Serbian and Romanian borders, so in case you are in Belgrade or in Timisoara it is definitely worthy to pay a visit as it is closer from these cities than it is from...

    by Barbara in What to do Szeged, 8 years ago
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    Timisoara may not be the most popular touristic destination of Romania but definitely one of the most popular "studenţilor" cities :) It has several universities with high level of education and research. I think also among Erasmus exchange students it is getting more...

    by Barbara in What to do Timisoara, 8 years ago
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    Cișmigiu Gardens

    There is a beautiful park in the heart of Bucharest. A perfect place to relax, go for a walk and enjoy the sun and the vicinity of nature. If you live in a big city like Bucharest, sometimes it can be hard to find a place for running but this park with its exquisite...

    by Barbara in What to see Bucharest, 8 years ago
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    Brasov Citadel

    It is very easy to find the Citadel of Brasov as it is on a top hill that you can see basically from anywhere in the city. It isn't a very unique or amazing fortress. It seems they don't put much effort to make it a tourist attraction. It is rather used for making...

    by Barbara in What to see Brasov, 8 years ago
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    Bran Castle

    As you can understand from the name, the Bran Castle is in Bran (Romania) and if you wonder why you should visit this castle, then I can tell you why: this is the famous castle of Count Dracula, the place where a myth was born. I don't start to write down the history of...

    by Barbara in What to see Brasov, 8 years ago
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    Siófoki Víztorony

    Lake Balaton is definitely a top destination in Hungary. And around the lake - in fact the biggest one in central Europe - you can see more and more rapidly developing towns. One of them is Siófok. It is a perfect destination if you want to enjoy "lake life" in both...

    by Barbara in What to see Siofok, 8 years ago
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    Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park

    When you are in Belgrade there is one thing that for sure you have to see, that is the Kalemegdan Park with the Fortress. It is located at the mouth of Sava into Danube, therefore even for the view of the city from it is worth a visit. The park is a huge green area...

    by Barbara in What to see Belgrade, 8 years ago
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    When you arrive to Valencia and visit Tourist Information Center, the first thing they'll tell you is that if you buy the ticket to the Oceanográfic in their office, then you don't have to queue on the spot. It is simply considered the main attraction of the city....

    by Barbara in What to do Valencia, 8 years ago
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    Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

    As a civil engineer student I admire the works of Santiago Calatrava. This may sound strange as the structures designed by him are anything except economical or energy efficient. However they are grandiose and unique and astonishing. Valencia is the birthplace of...

    by Barbara in What to see Valencia, 8 years ago
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    Camp Nou

    The stadium of FC Barcelona is definitely among the most visited sights of the city. It is not only about football, but it is about history, it is about legends. If you go there, you have the opportunity to attend the "tour". It takes around 2-3 hours depending on how...

    by Barbara in What to see Barcelona, 8 years ago
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    Platja del Bogatell

    In Barcelona you can find several beaches. Unfortunately I had chance only to visit one of them. We decided not to go to Barceloneta, as it is the closest beach to the city center. So we went a bit farther to Bogatell. It is not easy to approach it, as metro isn't...

    by Barbara in What to do Barcelona, 8 years ago
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    Parc Güell

    Park Güell is definitely one of the main attractions of Barcelona. Before visiting I read only positive reviews, moreover everyone seemed to be totally amazed by it. Probably this is the main reason why I felt disappointed after... We approached it from Vallcarca...

    by Barbara in What to see Barcelona, 8 years ago
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    Tasca i vins

    It is a nice restaurant close to the center, in front of Estacio de Franca. It has some tables outside too, where we actually sat. Pedestrians are passing by quite close as the pavement is not too wide, but it isn't much bothering. The service was fast enough for us...

    by Barbara in Where to eat Barcelona, 8 years ago
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    Parc de la Ciutadella

    There is a beautiful charming park right in the center of Barcelona. The Parc de la Ciutadella has everything that is needed for some nice hours of relaxation. Both tourists and locals (oh and I guess students also! ) love to make some walks here, rent a boat on the...

    by Barbara in What to see Barcelona, 8 years ago
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    Gare de Liège-Guillemins

    The structure of the main railway station of Liege-Guillemins was designed by Santiago Calatrava, the famous spanish architect from Valencia (all Spanish Erasmus students in Liege mention that the architect of the train station is from Spain every time you talk to...

    by Barbara in What to see Liege, 8 years ago
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    U Chlupatýho Ducha

    U Chlupatýho Ducha is one of my favourite places in Prague. If not the favourite. It is a cafe, a bar and a restaurant at the same time. The name in czech means: to the hairy ghost. I'm not going to tell you the story behind the name, but on the menu you can read it in...

    by Barbara in Where to eat Prague, 8 years ago
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    National Technical Library

    During my bachelor studies I had one Erasmus year in Prague. Whenever I had to study or work on some projects I went to the National Technical Libraray, i. e. Národní Technická Knihovna (NTK). It has incredible atmosphere and it is situated just in front of Czech...

    by Barbara in What to see Prague, 8 years ago

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