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Erasmus blog Barcelona

  • wonderful leisure activities in Barcelona

    Barcelona is the capital of the community of Catalonia, the most beautiful city on the Mediterranean Sea and probably the richest by its cultural heritage and its amazing characteristics that make it one of the most visited cities during the summer time....

    0 by Marwa, 14 days ago
  • Incredible and amazing day in Barceloneta and Las ramblas

    Barcelona is an amazing touristic city that I had the amazing chance to visit during my stay in Portugal, it is famous mainly by the football games called classico between real Madrid and Barcelona. The entire world follow the Spanish league and like to see the best...

    0 by Marwa, 16 days ago
  • My experience in Tibidabo Amusement Parc

    Tibidabo is the tallest mountain in all the Serra de collserola area giving a breath taking panoramic view of all Barcelona, with a very famous church called Temple of the Sacred Heart of Jesus standing on the top of the mountain. Basically there are two main ways...

    0 by Marwa, 2 months ago
  • Barcelona..the magical city of lights, music and monuments

    Barcelona..the city of the lights, music and where poeple never sleep.. During my journey, I took the flexibus for only 20 euro from Marseille to reach this amazing spanich city located on the northeast coast of the Iberian peninsula spread over approximately five...

    0 by Marwa, 2 months ago
  • Arrival: the first challenge

    Hello everyone and welcome on my blog of my erasmus in Barcelona! Erasmus is not only sunshine it is adapting, survival and discovering yourself. The first setback This became clear when I finally landed the plane in the beloved city. I had news that my accomodation was...

    0 by Matthias, 3 months ago
  • Barcelona: 7 essential locations

    Hello! Today I'm going to tell you about a city you'll love: Barcelona! My trip to Barcelona was not planned, I went by chance. My uncle, Barista, participated in the National Barista Championships celebrated in Barcelona this year, and therefore my family took the...

    0 by Kate, 3 months ago
  • Park Güell - don't leave it out your itinerary.

    I'd been living in Barcelona for two months before I finally decided to take a trip to see this world-famous Gaudi creation.. An enthusiastic American girl I was working with at one of the local hostels had convinced me to accompany her on a last-minute day trip to see...

    0 by Eve, 4 months ago
  • Catalan Language

    Dear readers, it's a great pleasure and pride for me to talk with you about the Catalan language. I didn't appreciate Catalan! In reality, I never settled for this language, already a real controversial issue in and out Barcelona. On the contrary, when I was still in...

    0 by Ylenia, 4 months ago
  • What to do for a weekend in Barcelona?

    Visiting the Catalan capital in a weekend is a bit of a challenge, it's almost impossible to reduce its innumerable amazing sights to a list of 10 must-see places. There are so many options for things to do with kids in Barcelona, or as a couple, there are so many...

    0 by Beth, 5 months ago
  • Original things to do with a date in Barcelona

    It's undeniable, Erasmus is the only opportunity in your life to have new experiences and to meet new people. Bearing in mind the ingredients in this cocktail, it's not a rare thing for romantic relationships to flourish non-stop, be they a one night situation or a...

    0 by Beth, 5 months ago
  • A trip to Barcelona

    How could you live in Zaragoza without even going to Barcelona? I went there at the end of October, despite the many tourists still around, I think it's the best time to visit as you'll still enjoy good weather. Anyway, I got a car share there (Blablacar) as it is quite...

    0 by Charlotte, 10 months ago
  • The most romantic side of barcelona

    Although many Erasmus come to Barcelona when they are single, others do in a couple. TAnd we can not forget all those who find love in this city. What is clear is that Barcelona is an incredible city to live in couples and enjoy the real love, both with the  boyfriend...

    0 by Carlos, 11 months ago
  • Summer is coming: what to do in Barcelona?

      Actually, any time of year is good to visit Barcelona, but during the summer the city is transformed in a spectacular way. The people of Barcelona take their foot off the accelerator and the rhythm of the city slows down. As a resident in the city for several years...

    0 by Carlos, one year ago
  • The Invisible Gentleman and the Levitating Man

    When I was in Spain, I met two interesting men. In BArcelona, I met a man that was levitating. I was coming back from visiting the park Guell. As I was walking downhill, I saw him standing there hust levatating. I had to get closer and take a picture and that's what I...

    0 by Cindy, one year ago
  • Barcelona

    Happy Saturday evening everyone! In this fifth and final post of this blog dedicated to Spain, I want to tell you about the experience I had on my trip to Barcelona, a city I had the pleasure of visiting twice, during a cruise of West Mediterranean sea: the first time...

    0 by Jasmin, one year ago
  • 3 Facts about Gaudí's Sagrada Família that will blow your mind

    The Basilica of Sagrada Família is one of the things that make Barcelona so special. Even unfinished it managed to dazzle the world. Antoni Gaudí’s unique creation is not just a treat for your eyes but also for your mind. Discover curious facts that shaped this...

    0 by amit, one year ago
  • Hola Barcelona! Part II

    I slept very comfortably in the living room last night. Except that their pet cat kept coming and going, but she was cute anyway. My friend was already up. We went to the kitchen and were surprised. The couple- the owners had already left but was surprised was the...

    0 by Saba, one year ago
  • How to be a Tourist

    An instructional video about how to be a good tourist, or foreigner, in Barcelona! Enjoy! We walked through the streets of Barcelona, full of tourists, and we passed all of the landmarks, ate paella and drank sangria, went to a Flamenco show and addressed Barcelona's...

    0 by Rosanna, one year ago
  • Hola Barcelona!

    Hola Barcelona! Our jouney with Flixbus from Milan to Barcelona Nord lasted around 13 hours. I think this was my 6th journey of above 10 hours in a bus. So I was quite comfortable with the idea of sleeping in the bus at night by then. Everyone makes mistakes and so did...

    0 by Saba, one year ago
  • What language should you speak in Barcelona?

    Introduction One question, a thousand answers! After having acquired "a bit" of experience, I feel like I can finally respond to this question. The answer, however, is quite complex and it really depends on what interests you have when you visit this dreamy city. Months...

    0 by Daniele, one year ago

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