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Erasmus blogs

  • Amazing adventure in Heouaria

    Heouaria is a Tunisian city that is wonderful, and so much beautiful especially in terms of green landscapes and views on the sea, In my opinion it was the best trip I ever did before because at that time there was simultaneously the festival of the eagle which is very...

    0 by Marwa, in Erasmus blog Tunis 9 hours ago
  • Weekend trip to Bavaria: Day 3 – Munich (Pt3)

    After having been walking in Munich since 8:30am overall, it was time to relax a bit again so we went to the super famous Englisher Garten, actually one of the largest urban parks in the world. The name comes from the fact that it was projected and laid out in the style...

    0 by Catarina, in Erasmus blog Munich 10 hours ago
  • In the USA for a UN Model

    This academic year has been rich in travels with a purpose. After my trip to Hong Kong to work on content for the Sparks Festival sponsored by the British Council in their former colony, I flew to New York to represent Lesotho in a double delegation at a simulation of...

    0 by Cristian, in Erasmus blog New York 14 hours ago
  • The magic of public transport in Gothenburg

    The first great aspect of the city of Gothenburg, and the one you'll experience first, is it's public transport network. Public transport from the airport If, like me, you go to Sweden by plane, you'll land in Göteborg Landvetter Airport, the city's biggest...

    0 by Abi, in Erasmus blog Gothenburg 15 hours ago
  • New Caledonia Visa Tips & Guide

    Despite its beautiful and massive beaches and colonial buildings, Noumea isn't a crowded destination. The exact same applies if you're shopping in Noumea if you've just purchased something, even groceries in a little shop, they'll be pleased to call you a taxi. In a...

    0 by tanicinu, in Erasmus blog Kosovo Polje 22 hours ago
  • The ultimate guide to Florence

    In the last few years, I’ve visited a huge number of cities across Italy. Each has been delightful in its own way, but none has ever quite measured up to my ultimate favourite: Florence. I first visited this place in 2014 with my mother, and a few weeks ago, I was...

    0 by Madeline, in Erasmus blog Florence 1 day ago
  • Weekend trip to Bavaria: Day 3 – Munich (Pt2)

    Germany and beer go together hand in hand, and Munich is quite well known for its beer festival – Oktoberfest. Of course, at the time of the year that we were there visiting the city we could not experience that massive celebration, but we still had to try some beers....

    0 by Catarina, in Erasmus blog Munich 1 day ago
  • Collaborative Project in Asia

    I always wanted to travel the world but I never felt particularly attracted by Asia. One of the reasons why I think I never really felt particularly interested in Asia as a whole and its cultures is because I always watched American movies and tv series that showcase...

    0 by Cristian, in Erasmus blog Hong Kong 1 day ago
  • Awful Dorm Room Experiences

    Not sure who was here reading my blog posts in 2017, but back then I was living in the United Kingdom for my Erasmus experience. It went so well that I decided to move back to England at the beginning of this academic year, 2018/2019. I transferred to Coventry...

    0 by Cristian, in General 1 day ago
  • Interesting Facts about Practicing Yoga

    The practice of yoga has for many years been popular due to its healing effect on physical and mental health. It entails specific exercises (aka asanas), meditation practices, and breathing techniques. Despite the fact that yoga was popular in the Eastern...

    0 by Whitney, in Erasmus tips 1 day ago
  • Erasmus recipe for traditional food

    During my internship in Portugal, i discovered that it was a little bit difficult to travel in another country different in culture, in traditions and in gastronomy and have the ability to accept them right away with that difference occurring between civilizations, and...

    0 by Marwa, in Erasmus recipes 2 days ago
  • Weekend trip Bavaria: Day 3 - Munich (Pt1)

    The last day of this Bavarian trip was spent in the Bavarian capital – Munich, alongside my friends. After Nuremberg and Schwangau - for more details on the rest of this weekend check my articles about the first two days in Bavaria - it was time to get to know...

    0 by Catarina, in Erasmus blog Munich 2 days ago
  • The Do This, Get That Guide On Mayotte Visa

    Details of Mayotte Visa If you're a German citizen, there's absolutely no need to get a visa if your stay will just last for 90 days or less. It's also important to think about the particulars of your journey. Your passport needs to be valid for at least 6...

    0 by suqufosu, in Erasmus blog PC 2 days ago
  • a maze of endless alleys

    Venice is a maze of endless alleys and we loved how we have been lost all the time! From early morning, we took the train from romano to venezia, P, to explore St. Mark's Square. Mark and Bridge Rialto, who is still a little tourist at this time. Rain falls from tiime...

    0 by Souad, in Erasmus blog Venice 3 days ago
  • An afternoon in Monte Isola

    A few weeks ago, on 1st May, we in Italy, were blessed with the Labour Day bank holiday. Every school in the country had the day off, so I, and some of my fellow English language teaching assistants, decided to spend an afternoon in nearby Monte Isola, a town located in...

    0 by Madeline, in Erasmus blog Brescia 3 days ago
  • What it's like to live in Portugal

    There are many places in Europe that are talked about a lot, for one thing, or another, but one of the countries that I hardly ever hear something about is Portugal.  I did not have an opinion about it until I went to visit it and fell in love with it. The first city...

    0 by Cristian, in Erasmus blog Covilhã 3 days ago
  • Bergamo, Lombardia

    When I tell people that I was born and raised in Milan, they assume that I have seen all the places surrounding this beautiful city, but in fact, I did not. I have visited Bergamo for the first time this past winter break and some of my friends could not believe...

    0 by Cristian, in Erasmus blog Bergamo 4 days ago
  • wonderful trip to Sapanca

    Sapanca is a marvellous city not very far from the capital Istanbul, known for having the most wonderful park and offering green landscapes ever as it is characterised by amazing waterfalls coming from the mountains, by its mountains with very natural vegetation that...

    0 by Marwa, in Erasmus blog Turkey 4 days ago
  • 10 free things to do in Paris!

    *All activities mentioned in this article are free for EU citizens aged between 18 and 25, and most are free for everyone. I’ll put an asterisk next to the few things that people outside this category will have to pay to do.* Paris is one of those cities everyone has...

    0 by Madeline, in Erasmus blog Paris 4 days ago
  • Wonderful cruise near the Bosphorus day 3

    During my trip in Turkey with my friends, we had so much fun, we lived so much great adventures together with our Turkish friend that will remain in memory for ever, we tried almost all the attractions we went from the carriage to the tramway, but we also tried in the...

    0 by Marwa, in Erasmus blog Turkey 5 days ago

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