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Erasmus blog Bratislava

  • Four street events in Bratislava, Slovakia

    Four street events in Bratislava, Slovakia Hello everyone! Today I want to talk to you about four street events that take place in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, where I am currently living. In general, Bratislava is a city which is quite grey in the winter. There...

    0 by Olivia, 6 months ago
  • My latest restaurant discoveries in Bratislava

    My latest restaurant discoveries in Bratislava. Hello everyone! Today I am bringing you a new post in which I want to show you my latest food discoveries in Bratislava, where I am currently living. Last year I already wrote a post with some restaurants that I like, but...

    0 by Olivia, 7 months ago
  • Route through the lakes of Bratislava

    Route through the lakes of Bratislava Hello everyone! Today I'm writing a post as I want to talk to you about the lakes on the outskirts of the city of Bratislava. A lot of people don't know this, but the heat here can be scorching, stifling and quite sticky during the...

    0 by Emma, 9 months ago
  • 14 restaurants that you have to try in Bratislava

    Hello again! In one of my previous entries I discussed the cafeterias that I often went to with my friends in Bratislava. Today we exchange coffee for a good plate of food, and so here I bring you the restaurants that I often went to. If there's one thing for certain,...

    0 by Alison, one year ago
  • The best cafés in Bratislava

    Hey again! I dedicated my earlier entries to the city of Bratislava. I told you about the advantages and disadvantages to living in this city and about everything you can do as a tourist. Today I am going to talk to you about the cafés that my friends and I normally go...

    0 by Alison, one year ago
  • Advantages and disadvantages to living in Bratislava, Slovakia

    Hello everyone! Today I am going to continue with the theme from yesterday, which was Bratislava. Yesterday I posted an entry that was divided into two parts with lots of information relating to tourism. You can read part 1 and part 2 of the post. Today I will change...

    0 by Alison, one year ago
  • 17 things to see and do in Bratislava (Part 2)

    Hello again, everyone! Here I bring you the second part to the last post, where I told you about nine things you can see and do in Bratislava, capital city of Slovakia and where I am currently living. If you have stumbled across this post by accident and have missed the...

    0 by Alison, one year ago
  • 17 things to see and do in Bratislava (Part 1)

    Hello again to everyone! Today I am going to give an introduction to the country that I am currently living in: Slovakia. I live in Bratislava, the capital, so the majority of the content I am going to give you in these first entries will be about this city. Even so, I...

    0 by Alison, one year ago
  • Bratislava, as a capital city (1/2)

    2nd February 2016 Arriving in the suburbs of Bratislava on the express train from Vienna. "Oh, shoot! " I said to myself on the train to Bratislava, as I looked in my coat pocket. I still had the postcard for my aunt and uncle! If I were staying in Austria, I wouldn't...

    0 by Harriet, 2 years ago
  • Why Bratislava as your Erasmus destination?

    I have always been curious about exploring other countries and understanding other cultures. I liked the idea of going out of Spain and living an international experience. The second year of my bachelor I applied for an Erasmus exchange during my third year, however, it...

    0 by Marta, 2 years ago
  • Erasmus Days

    Erasmus days are very different: Source One day you are hungover, another you have a bunch of things to study. One day you may have nothing to do and another you have thousands. There are also those travelling days. The days of adventure around the city that has...

    0 by Marta, 2 years ago
  • Remembering Bratislava

    Slovakia is not often included in people’s Euro Tour. But the country has a lot to offer, from castles to churches to green meadows and mountains. And above all a culture which is unique. Especially if you visit Vienna, a trip of a day or two to Bratislava must be...

    0 by Saba, 2 years ago
  • Bratislava and I

    Bratislava and I I was frantically getting up on Saturday morning, looking at the clock to see another hour to take the bus to Bratislava. It took 5 minutes to pick up a simple dress, slippers and a few small items into a small luggage.  I was surprised to find myself...

    0 by Hoàng, 2 years ago
  • One-day tour in Slovakia

    Author: Nino Papashvili Story: one-day in Slovakia Time: 18:08 I'm really determined to continue typing and typing here :) I really enjoy being here:) I'm practicing my english, fingers' flexibility, brain-storming and creative ideas :)  This is my mix of benefits...

    0 by Nino, 4 years ago

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