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  • Things to do in Piran, Slovenia

    Things to do in Piran, Slovenia 600 plus ” The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” ~ Marcel Proust Lovely. Charming. Enchanting. Appealing. The peninsula town of Piran can be best described by just these few...

    0 by ankur, in Erasmus tips 6 days ago
  • My wonderful travel to Turkey first day

    During my internship, I had great opportunities to visit many countries all over the world as the Visa student allows you to go wherever you desire in the Shenghen area. While there are some countries in the world that exige having a visa for entry to visit them, turkey...

    0 by Marwa, in Erasmus blog Turkey 6 days ago
  • Vietnam journey

    Hanoi, Vietnam is undoubtedly the cultural venue in Southern Asia, where a lot of ancient vestiges have been surviving against the ravages of wars and the harshness of the time. Upon arriving in Hanoi, you may be confused by the diversity of the city’s monuments...

    0 by Tiffany, in Erasmus tips 6 days ago
  • 5 Things you can't miss in Nerja, Spain

    5 Things you can't miss in Nerja, Spain 600 plus Over the years, Nerja has become everyone’s new favorite place in Spain. It was once a sleepy fishing village and has now slowly turned into a resort town which is full of the typical houses, authentic restaurants, and...

    0 by ankur, in Erasmus tips 6 days ago
  • Martinique Visa - the Conspiracy

    The Unexposed Secret of Martinique Visa Also, a number of the links above could be advertisements or affiliate links, which means that I'll make a commission (at no extra cost to you) should you opt to click the links and earn a buy. As the point...

    0 by pugiviru, in Erasmus blog PUJ 7 days ago
  • Internship Abroad: What Are the Advantages and Benefits? Is It Really Worth It?

    Doing an internship abroad might sound like a daunting prospect. What are the advantages of moving to a different country to complete an international internship programme? Is it really worth all the hassle? If you’re a recent graduate feeling a little bit lost or a...

    0 by Agata, in General 7 days ago
  • One beautiful day in Lisbon

    Hello dear readers, this time around I feel like sharing a very particular article totally dedicated to Lisbon. Last summer I had the chance to visit the city of Lisbon and other Portugal cities as well. It was one of the best weeks I have ever spent during my summer...

    0 by nahom, in Erasmus blog Lisbon 7 days ago
  • The Italian way of coffee

    Hello dear readers comma this time around we are going to talk about something that is very dear to a typical Italian Society. this is a ritual that most Italian people really care about. The thing about this ritual which makes it so special is that it is considered as...

    0 by nahom, in Erasmus blog Perugia 7 days ago
  • A day trip to Cinque Terre!

    A few summers ago, I went on holiday with one of my close friends to the Italian port city of Genoa (read all about it here!). While researching the place prior to our trip, we discovered that it was pretty close to Cinque Terre, a group of five picture-perfect fishing...

    0 by Madeline, in Erasmus blog Genoa 8 days ago
  • From Nice to the wonderful cannes

    During my internship i had the amazing idea to go for a trip to France with my friends, we visited a wonderful unforgettable and amazing city Nice, then friends planned to discover other cities around and decided to visit another famous city very near by distance and...

    0 by Marwa, in Erasmus blog Cannes 8 days ago
  • The Importance of Cultural Competence in Teaching Social and Emotional Skills

    Mrs. Prawl, a white Middle-class American, is a first-year teacher at Washington Middle School, a rural school serving a large population of Black and Latino students from low socio-economic backgrounds. The principal of Washington Middle School would like...

    0 by Thomas, in General 9 days ago
  • Sassari

    Sassari is the second biggest city of Sardinia, which region counts almost 222.000 inhabitants. I did my Erasmus here, as a nurse, in the University Hospital of Sassari, for 1 year and after that, I have been living here for the last 5 years. Squares So let's start with...

    0 by Maria, in Erasmus blog Sassari 9 days ago
  • The ultimate guide to Genoa!

    It’s been a while since I last wrote an article for my ‘ultimate guide’ series, so today I thought I’d write about one of my favourite Italian cities: Genoa (or Genova, as its known by its citizens). There really isn’t much about this metropolis that I can...

    0 by Madeline, in Erasmus blog Genoa 9 days ago
  • Walking around in Rome

    Hello dear readers, this time around I'm going to take you on a roller coaster ride while giving you tips on how to spend a nice day in Rome. So this past Friday I went to Rome to take care of some business but I had more than half of the Day free to go around the city...

    0 by nahom, in Erasmus blog Rome 10 days ago
  • Hells mouth or Boca do Inferno

    Hello dear readers, this time around I am going to take you on a tour around the suburbs of Lisbon and tell you what you can find there. So if by any chance you go to Portugal and you end up visiting the city of Lisbon (which for your information is the capital city) be...

    0 by nahom, in Erasmus blog Lisbon 10 days ago
  • From Valencia to the beautiful and splendid city Bilbao

    After visiting Valencia for a weekend, I had to attend a scientific conference where many scientific researchers meet in one single event, this conference was hold in the most amazing spanish city ever, Bilbao. So from Valencia I had to take a bus with a duration of...

    0 by Marwa, in Erasmus blog Bilbao 11 days ago
  • Visit to Valencia from Portugal

    During my traineeship in Portugal, the weather got suddenly warm, the flowers opened and the landscape announced the beginning of spring, a month that I personally like very much because I was born in spring. I decided to go for a new adventure and visit a part of Spain...

    0 by Marwa, in Erasmus blog Valencia 11 days ago
  • Student districts in Madrid

    Why is Madrid one of the most interesting cities for students in the world? Well, this can equally be put down to it being a city that is cosmopolitan, open, has thousands of places to visit and areas to get lost in.... However, above all, it is down to its people....

    0 by Anastasia, in Erasmus blog Madrid 12 days ago
  • Fabulous visit to Ville Franche sur mer

    As we were visiting Nice and not so far from this amazing city located in the south of France, we could discover another amazing city called Ville franche sur mer that is even more splendid in terms of beautiful landscapes and harmony with nature. In fact, we went in...

    0 by Marwa, in Erasmus blog France 13 days ago
  • A taste of Portuguese sweets

    Hello dear readers comma this time around we are going to talk about something that I discovered from my trip in Portugal this past summer. The subject of the matter is food and in particular desserts. From what my Portuguese friend explain to me and also from what I...

    0 by nahom, in Erasmus blog Portugal 13 days ago

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