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Erasmus experiences Frankfurt am Main

  • 7 / 10 points

    Six days in Germany

    Frankfurt - Went there for a student exchange program.   Flight – Lufthansa from New Delhi Day 1  Landed Went to partner’s house Went to main tower Went to zeil – main market, Sunday farmer’s market, went to mall, shopping from Hollister, ate waffles with...

    0 by Astha, one year ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Discovering Frankfurt part 3

    I return to Frankfurt over 4 months at the end of my Erasmus mobility. Less known places of Frankfurt This time I am staying with the family of a friend who have a garden in a part of Frankfurt that is not main and very crowded. When we go to the garden I have the...

    1 by Șchiopu, one year ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Discovering Frankfurt part 2

    The historical center of Frankfurt The next day I start again walking on the streets of the city and so I go again to the banks of Main because I really like the areas near the river. I arrive in the historical center of the old city known for Romerberg, the central...

    0 by Șchiopu, one year ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Discovering Frankfurt part 1

    Discovering Frankfurt am Main  My Erasmus experience starts in Frankfurt, Germany, the city where I fly by plane from Bucharest. The flight takes 2 hours and several minutes and is done in good conditions. From Frankfurt I am going to Saarbrucken, the city where I will...

    0 by Șchiopu, one year ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Experience in Frankfurt am Main, Germany by Nxra

    How much does it cost to live in Frankfurt am Main? Frankfurt am Main is one of the most expensive cities in Germany regarding living costs. Especially rents went up a lot over the past years. Is it difficult to find accommodation in Frankfurt am Main? Is there any...

    0 by Nxra, one year ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Erfahrung in Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland von Habiba Mariam

    What is it like to live in Frankfurt am Main? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? A great place where you'll encounter many different people. As it is a bit pricey, it is not best to live downtown. Is it difficult to find accommodation in Frankfurt am Main?...

    0 by Habiba Mariam, one year ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Erasmus experience in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

    Why did you decide to go to Frankfurt am Main in Germany? It was the only available destination for my course of study. How long does the Erasmus grant last? How much money did you recieve in support? 6 to 10 months. €330 per month. What's the student life like in...

    0 by Daniel, one year ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Experience in Frankfurt am Main, Germany by Victor

    What is it like to live in Frankfurt am Main? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Frankfurt is a small city but it has everything, you can go wherever you want on foot, by bike or on the public transport in the city, a lot of young people, willing to help you...

    0 by Victor, 2 years ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Experience in Frankfurt am Main, Germany by Archana

    Source What is it like to live in Fráncfort del Meno? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Frankfurt is a very nice cit with pleasant climate. Most I like about it is its diversity of people here. Yes, I will definitaley recommend it. The city is one of the...

    0 by Archana, 3 years ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Experience in Frankfurt, Germany by Rose

    Source What do you think about living in Frankfurt? Do you recommend it? How is it? I like it a lot. There is a lot offered in regards to culture, sports and cuisine. The public transport is perfect and as a student you can use all of the trains, metros, etc. for free...

    0 by Beth, 3 years ago
  • 6 / 10 points

    Erasmus experience in Frankfurt, Germany by Jeanne

    Why did you choose Frankfurt, Germany? I chose to go to Germany because German is my second language, and I wanted to improve my level. Also, I have already been to Frankfurt during an exchange and I liked it a lot. How long was your stay? How much grant did you receive...

    0 by Amy, 4 years ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Frankfurt am Main, Germany by Okan

    Why did you choose to go to Frankfurt, Germany? Because, I wanted to live in a cosmopolitan and multicultural city. One of the best option to experience it, is Frankfurt. So, I chose Frankfurt, Germany. Another reason was to improve my German language skill. Source How...

    0 by Okan, 5 years ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Experience in Frankfurt am Main, Germany by Jericho

    What is it like to live in Frankfurt am Main? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Living in Frankfurt is very nice. It's a very mixed and multicultural city. It is very busy during the day but very quiet at night. There are lots of things to do here and loads...

    0 by Jericho, 6 years ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Frankfurt am Main, Germany by Vikram Kumar

    Why did you choose to go to Frankfurt am Main, Germany? I had got admission from 3 universities and I chose Frankfurt, because Frankfurt is a big commercial city and it has ample opportunity for IT and other students to work part time. You have lots of international...

    0 by Vikram Kumar, 7 years ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Experience in Frankfurt am Main, Germany by Nikolay

    What is it like to live in Frankfurt am Main? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Frankfurt is one of the best cities in Europe. I strongly recommend it to everybody who want to live, work and study in the city. Every person can find something for himself in...

    0 by Nikolay, 7 years ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Project Leonardo at Frankfurt am Main

    I've been for a month working in Frankfurt am Main in 2009 with the European project Leonardo Tesi. It was a wonderful experience! Frankfurt is very beautiful: the city center is full of shops and malls, people are nice, you can find a lot of pubs and bars and the food...

    0 by Barbara, 8 years ago

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