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  • 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, 6 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, 8 days ago
  • Genova City Centre

    Genova, Italy... This beautiful city will always have a place in my heart. I can say that I know it like the two palms of my hands. Genova is situated on the Ligurian cost. It streches along the seacost for about 30 kilometers. From Voltri on the west up to Nervi on...

    0 by Magi, one year ago
  • Nunziata

    By the time we arrived in Piazza della Nunziata the sun was already down. But still we could enjoy the lights on the buildings.  The square is linking Via Balbi with Via San Luca and Via Garibaldi. Also, is the start for many important vicoli. One of the central...

    0 by Adriana, 6 years ago
  • Grom

    Everyone knows italian's love for icecream (gelato), but not many know after 1 month living in Italy you'll become a gelato addict! You can have it in April, June, August, November, December, no matter when; I've seen people having it at 5°! One of the most famous...

    0 by Adriana, 6 years ago
  • Ferrari

    Piazza de Ferrari is the main square of Genova! As in many other squares around Italy cities, also Piazza de Ferrari has a statue of Giuseppe Garibaldi. Another specific feature of Genova are the LIONS! You'll find them everywhere: within buildings, outside...

    0 by Adriana, 6 years ago
  • Via XX Settembre

    Via XX Settembre is one of the main streets in the center of Genoa, with a length of almost kilometer.If you are a shopping lover, this is the right place; many international and local brands have shops here. Saturday is one of the busiest days, with many shoppers (or...

    0 by Adriana, 6 years ago
  • The Map

    This is the plan that we followed: I chose these locations because they are the most popular and visited places in Genoa;  all students and tourists know them. The entire marathon was covered on foot and we had beautiful weather all day long.

    0 by Adriana, 6 years ago
  • Erasmus\' pictures

    For all of you who have been in Erasmus I recommend you, see all your erasmus pictures and videos, remember all the experiences and the good times you had the last year... maybe will make you happy, maybe will make you sad... but it's sure you´ll be happy for being...

    0 by Macarena, 8 years ago
  • Change

    People say that the two things change your life are fall in love and go on Erasmus, but now I think that falling in love during your Erasmus have to be the third thing :)

    0 by Macarena, 8 years ago
  • Facebook\'s groups always say the truth

    Because when you decided to be an Erasmus/exchange student everybody told you it would be the time of your life and you didn't believe it until you arrived there... Because you have met a milion people from all over the world and you have been involved somehow in their...

    0 by Macarena, 8 years ago

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