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Erasmus blog Córdoba

  • Cordoba: Mezquita and Colour

    I'm sure that when you hear about Córdoba, Andalucía, the first thing you think about is the gorgeous Mezquita Cathedral that, even though expectations are high, will still surprise you! But Cordoba is so much more than just the Mezquita! Cordoba has streets filled...

    0 by Kate, 5 months ago
  • CINEMAS

    Today I will tell you about cinemas here in Córdoba, a very interesting thing for everyone knowing that it's very strange finding someone who doesn't like films of any kind. In addition, watching films in their original version is a good way to practice languages, at...

    0 by Rafa, one year ago
  • BOOKSHOPS

    Today I will tell you about the most important bookshops in Córdoba, since it's something very interesting for everyone, everywhere we go, and sometimes we don't know where to find them. Although, in every neighborhood, there are always some small stationers that sell...

    0 by Rafa, one year ago
  • SUPERMARKETS

    Today I would like to talk about supermarkets in Córdoba, since when we arrive at a new city, it can be a bit difficult finding places where you can go to buy stuff for your house, and after a certain time we have no idea which places are cheaper or more expensive than...

    0 by Rafa, one year ago
  • Day 1 and 2: Córdoba

    It was mid-February 2016 and my Erasmus in Madrid was almost over. I'd just finished with my exams and I spent two good weeks simply doing nothing, given that I'd paid rent for my room for up til the 1st of March. I knew that in the last few days my friend from Italy...

    0 by Jasmin, one year ago
  • Help in Córdoba SPAIN

    I'm going to study at medical school in Córdoba from February / 2018 and I'm looking for a room / apartment to live with my girlfriend (who is also going to medical school at the University of Cordoba)! We are very anxious to be the first big trip of both. If you are...

    0 by Joao, one year ago
  • Cordoba III - From a reminder of homeland to the symbol of religious harmony

    Cordoba III – From a reminder of homeland to the symbol of religious harmony There are around 800 columns in this Mosque making me feel " infinite". Mezquite – Cathedral de Cordoba – A Reminder of Homeland. The Grand Mosque of Cordoba ( Wikimedia) The Gate of...

    0 by Hoàng, one year ago
  • The Weather in Córdoba

    Let's talk about the weather in Córdoba, it's something that you should consider when choosing an Erasmus destination, but many people often do not. It is common to assume that it's always hot in Andalucía, that it's never cold, that it never rains, or that it never...

    0 by Mark, 2 years ago
  • The University of Córdoba

    I'm now going to tell you about the University of Córdoba, a place which really interests Erasmus students, or at least should do. Many of you come to Spain only thinking about the parties and not much about the studying, but if you do, you're very mistaken. Spanish...

    1 by Helen, 3 years ago
  • Markets

    In Cordoba, there are "mercadillos" which are outdoor market stands, where all kinds of products are sold, except food, although they may have pickled foods (olives, cucumber, and such). These markets sell clothing, shoes, accessories, makeup, herbs, blankets, sheets,...

    0 by Rhea, 4 years ago
  • Need help!!! My friend is looking for room nearby UPM Madrid...

    I have a Malaysian friend who will be heading to UPM Madrid to do ME3 program this September and she is looking for a room to stay in for a semester. Is there anyone out there who can assist her? Thanks!

    0 by Cindy, 7 years ago
  • Another Two Weeks and I will fly...

    There are another two weeks before I fly off from Kota Kinabalu to Kuala Lumpur. And on the 8th of August, I will fly to Madrid. A month's worth of traveling and then two years of studying in Europe. Everyone told me this is a chance of a lifetime. Yes, I think so...

    0 by Cindy, 7 years ago
  • Erasmusu Journey? Yeah, Erasmus Mundus

    Once again, I'm delighted to start the first post. I had started numerous blogs, and only my blogger blog is open to public now (click here to my Blogger blog). I found this webpage because Erasmusu found me first on Twitter... I just got back from Kuala Lumpur, the...

    0 by Cindy, 7 years ago
  • Torrijas

    A dessert I usually do a lot is Torrijas! Do you know the easy method to make them? My mother taught me to make them with bread from other days, already going to throw as hard as it is. Cut it into slices fat and prepare 3 plates, one with beaten eggs, milk and another...

    0 by Fran, 8 years ago
  • Sangría

    Typically Spanish party, as far as drinking. How do you do Sangría? I'll tell you how my friends and I did. We picked up a big bowl and bought 1 liter of vodka for every 2 litres of orange juice. Everything is mixed with sugar. Then, peel several peaches, apples and...

    0 by Fran, 8 years ago
  • Malmuerta Tower

    The legend is that in Cordoba there was a princess madly in love with her husband, a prince. They were a happy couple in marriage and, in the case of the prince, also outside of it. Then the girl, who lived in the interior of the tower, went to the top and jumped into...

    1 by Fran, 8 years ago
  • Eusebio! A great bar!

    Last time I was in Madrid, my friend Raquel pick us into a tapas Bar, called Eusebio. Just entering inside, the barman asked what we wanted to drink, with a big glass in the hand! They put the bar full of tapas and you can take what you want! You just pay 2 euro for a...

    0 by Fran, 8 years ago
  • Remember! Jamón!

    Who was/is/will be in Erasmus and doesn't think about a big toast with oil and Jamon! It's the wish of every spanish exchange student! A plane full of Jamon landing in the garden of his/her dormitory or flat! It's the first thing parents take into their baggage when...

    0 by Fran, 8 years ago
  • Eating a lot!

    I'm famous because I eat a lot. But a lot. I always hear sentences like...; Ey man! Where do you place the food you eat; because I don't get fat! An idea of my Erasmus friends was to make a wall with some sentences in some languages to show that we are hungry. Spanish,...

    0 by Fran, 8 years ago
  • Seville - Little Eggs with Pork meat

    Each time I go to Casa del Duque restaurant I must ask for this plate. It's super cheap, 2 or 3 euros and I finish totally full. My favourite of the bars! Eggs, Pork meat, bread, oil and a special kind of bread makes me go crazy! The perfect combination is with a glass...

    0 by Fran, 8 years ago

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