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Erasmus blogs

  • Sunset at the TV Tower in Vilnius

    Every one has experienced disappointment, broken dreams and regret. These feelings often are present in our daily life, especially if we build high expectations, that are just the imagined creatures in our mind. One day, when I was 12 years old, I had created a...

    0 by Adriannaerys, in Erasmus blog Vilnius 3 days ago
  • Dubrovnik: The Pearl of the Adriatic

    The city of Dubrovnik has been on my wish list for quite some time. Honestly, I did not know a lot about the city, until the series of Game of Thrones were released and caught my interest to read more about it. However, after I saw pictures of it, heard stories from...

    0 by Alexandrina, in Erasmus blog Dubrovnik 4 days ago
  • Iași: The history museum of Moldavia

    The exhibitions of the History Museum of Moldavia  Going down, on the ground floor of the Palace of Culture, I visit the History Museum of Moldavia which have currently two main temporary exhibitions, “The royal court of Iași: a rediscovered history” and...

    0 by Șchiopu, in Erasmus blog Iasi 4 days ago
  • Iași: The "Henri Coandă" and "I.D Berindei" impressive halls

    The two impressive halls that people can visit in the palace of culture  After visiting The Ethnographic museum of Moldovia ( which you can read about in my previous article ) that is located in the Palace of Culture I continue my journey through the other rooms and...

    0 by Șchiopu, in Erasmus blog Iasi 4 days ago
  • Is the grant awarded sufficient?

    Hello guys, as you know all of you, students who participate in the Erasmus program receive a certain amount of money. Today, I am going to write about whether it is enough. We are going to talk about, whit the given grant which needs you can meet, what needs you cannot...

    0 by Esra, in Erasmus scholarships 4 days ago
  • Dimmi Tutto : Beyond The Walls.

    Loud honking horns, stifling air, gladiators in full plastic armour? Need a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle, of Rome proper? Well I understand, and I have an alternative. I have compiled some refreshing alternatives that are off the beaten path. We will begin...

    0 by James, in Erasmus blog Rome 4 days ago
  • Košice: capital of the East, enclave of France

    25th February 2016 For eastern Slovaks, Košice is the big city (the second largest in the country, even with only 250,000 inhabitants). Young people here love Košice in the same way that the French from little remote villages cast envious eyes on the prefectures of...

    0 by Isobel, in Erasmus blog Kosice 5 days ago
  • Iași: The Ethnographic Museum Of Moldova

    Inside the Palace of Culture: The Ethnographic Museum Of Moldova Moving forward on the first floor I meet The Ethnographic Museum Of Moldova and from an informational panel I find out that this institution has 700 pieces of textile that adorn the interior of the house,...

    0 by Șchiopu, in Erasmus blog Iasi 5 days ago
  • The Student's Coffee

    Summer is coming, but before we can enjoy ourselves and relax on the beach, we have to get through the fateful exam period. For us designers, and I don't think we are the only ones, the time is approaching when the nights are waaaaaay too short, and we students can...

    0 by Emily, in Erasmus recipes 5 days ago
  • Discovering Ons Island

    Hi, everyone! Today, I want to speak to you about this Island which belongs to the National Park of Atlantic Islands, along with the Islands of Cortegada, Salvora and Cies. Throughout the years Ons had different owners, until the middle of the 20th century when it...

    0 by Olivia, in General 5 days ago
  • How to choose a city for your Erasmus experience

    Let's say that there are no limits... Where would you choose to go? The reality is a little different. You will probably have a limited list of cities to choose from (obviously dependent on the faculty), some of which will be more or less interesting to you. You can...

    0 by Emily, in Erasmus tips 6 days ago
  • Student friendly recipe: Vegan chocolate cake with vanilla pudding (no heating required!)

    Student friendly recipe: Vegan chocolate cake with vanilla pudding (no heating required!) Back in the kitcken with my mother!  My mother is back in the kitchen teaching me the recipe of a vegan delicious cake that I have to share with you because is simply so tasty...

    0 by Șchiopu, in Erasmus recipes 6 days ago
  • Iași: Inside the Palace of Culture PART 1

    Entering the Palace of Culture: The Hall of honor I open the huge door of the Palace of Culture whose latch reaches my head and enter a large hallway, where I don’t know where to look at first. My attention is drawn by the drawing of the floor: a circular composition...

    0 by Șchiopu, in Erasmus blog Iasi 6 days ago
  • Exploring the south part of Cyprus

    A very close friend of mine offered me to go and visit Cyprus as a part of our vacation and I couldn’t say no to her. Thus, after planning for a bit our vacation we set the dates, bought the plane tickets and went there for a couple of days. Our initial plan was to...

    0 by Alexandrina, in Erasmus blog Cyprus 6 days ago
  • 10 places that you can't miss out on in Croatia - Part 1

    Hello again everyone! As I told you in previous posts, I spent a whole academic year in Pula, Croatia. This allowed me to get to know the whole country really well and thus today I am going to tell you what I think are the 10 must-see places for everyone who visits...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog Croatia 6 days ago
  • What to see in Bosnia in a day

    Hello again everyone! Today I am going to talk to you about my trip through Bosnia. Our stay in this country was quite brief and a little rushed. One day, one of my Erasmus friends and I realised that our stay in Pula was coming to an end and our chances to go to Bosnia...

  • Pula: sea, food and one of the biggest amphitheatres in Europe

    Hello everyone! Today, I have a very special post: Pula, one of the most incredible places where I have recently been, at the top of Les Calanques, in France. We went from Bratislava on a Thursday by car, taking advantage of the fact that it was a bank holiday. We asked...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog Pula 6 days ago
  • Sights and interesting spots in Retiro Park

    Hi everyone! I have to say that I don't consider myself an expert on Madrid nor on places there, but it is true that, when you go about living your whole life living in the same city, you know more things than a person who goes from abroad. More than that, you know it...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog Madrid 6 days ago
  • How to live in Spain

    Hi everyone! I live in Spain and there are a lot of things here that I am used to but when I talk to people from abroad, they are usually surprised by. A lot of our customs or our way of life are not too common in other countries. Today I am going to post a bit of a...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog Spain 6 days ago
  • We visited Linz

    Today, I am going to talk to you about the city of Linz. It is the third biggest city in Austria, even though in reality cities like Salzburg seem like they are triple the size of it, or at least of the historic centre. We were in Linz for a couple of hours because it...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog Linz 6 days ago

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