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Erasmus blog Granada

  • One week in Andalusia: Granada

    Hello again everyone! So, we continue on our route through Andalusia. I've already told you about Seville in my previous post, but we also visited cities such as Granada and Córdoba. So, now it's time for my favourite: Granada. I loved this city so much when I visited...

    0 by Emma, 11 days ago
  • Granada: Calo, Art and Partying

    I guess that the majority of students that use Erasmusu know the stress of university first hand. For me, if there's something that will help me free myself from the stress when I'm absolutely swamped, it's to go on a little trip. Leaving my everyday surroundings, and...

    0 by Emma, one month ago
  • Granada by night

    We arrived in Granada very early in the morning, so after we had our first quick run around the city, and had been to the Alhambra, we went back to the AirBnb we were staying in to leave a few things we had bought there. We were so tired that our siesta that was meant...

    0 by Emma, one month ago
  • Eating in Granada!

    Hello travellers! Today I'm going to write about places to go and eat; whether it be tapas, breakfast or just a snack in Granada so you can enjoy its spectacular food. I lived here for the first two years of my degree and I'll be going back halfway through this year, so...

    0 by Emma, one month ago
  • Granada in 24hrs

    Hello! Welcome, once again to my blog about travelling experiences... Ah! And Happy Christmas to all of you! This time we are heading off to Granada, the perfect city for beach and snow lovers! In the winter, the Sierra Nevada and its slopes are perfect for skiing,...

    0 by Kate, 9 months ago
  • A weekend in the Sierra Nevada

    A little while ago a had quite a long 4-day weekend, and we wanted to go skiing with some friends in the Sierra Nevada. That's the name of the mountain range located around 20 kilometers from the city of Granada, in southern Spain. You have to drive there o take a bus...

    0 by Alex, one year ago
  • Granada: A Hidden Gem

    My last trip on my Erasmus year was to Granada. I decided to write about it because I think it’s one of the most underrated cities in Spain. Granada has an amazing fusion of cultures and religions thanks to its great history. Once a stronghold for the Moorish Empire,...

    0 by Mira, one year ago
  • Immersion UIMP courses in English,

    Hey everybody! Today I would like to talk about English immersion courses, of which could interest you. Have you heard about them? They are organised by the International Menéndez Pelayo University(UIMP) and the ministry of education gives out scholarships every year...

    0 by Emma, one year ago
  • Day 6 and 7: Granada

    The meeting place with the guy who was taking us to the next and last destination was the bus terminal in Cádiz. We were travelling with a nice guy who was more or less the same age as us and got to the meeting point about 20 minutes late. He said he spent the weekend...

    0 by Jasmin, one year ago
  • Moving abroad

    Here is a sample of how your experience could go. Comment your thouhts below! ESN blog I was a exchange student in Brussels for an academic year. I studied at the university and went on a journey to improve my oral French skills and to study the same field, but...

    1 by Samantha, 2 years ago
  • Foreword & Small Clarifications

    Start a new experience Arriving almost like a Christmas gift, at the end of December 2015, my official Erasmus notice appeared in my email inbox. Let's just say a few things: My Erasmus experience was one of only 3 months, during which I undertook an internship for a...

    0 by Mireille, 2 years ago
  • Spain, Day Five

    When in Granada you simply can not miss the Alhambra. This is a magnificent fortress located on the top of a hill. It consists of several palaces and gardens that have the most amazing view of the town. Source In order to enter the palace you need to buy a ticket. This...

    0 by Katarina, 2 years ago
  • Spain, Day Four

    Since we didn't want to waste any time in Spain we decided to use the night bus to Granada. Worst decision ever! The night bus from Madrid to Granada was supposed to depart at 01:30 in the morning. It didn't even occur to us that the metro, even though going even at...

    0 by Katarina, 2 years ago
  • Granada - Red Sunset on Alhambra

    Red Sunset on Alhambra. We spent a whole day resting and recovering our energy, as planned, today we would discover the city of Granada including Ancient Arabic market, Cathedral de Granada and climb up to the top of Mirador San Nicolas hill where we could have the...

    0 by Hoàng, 2 years ago
  • Granada I - The Last Stronghold of Moors in Europe

    Granada – The Last Stronghold of Moors in Europe. The Journey to the South began. Source Patio de los Arrayanes After 5 hours of sitting on Alsa Bus from Madrid to Granada, I had arrived at Granada at 1:30am, due to the fact that I had missed the 6pm bus, I had...

    0 by Hoàng, 2 years ago
  • Granada is one of the most preferred cities among European students

    Granada is a first class tourist destination. In fact, the Alhambra is one of most visited monuments in Spain. Along with this, the monumental Granada combines the charm of a dynamic city with an exceptional environment for young people. The sierra Nevada is within such...

    0 by Sophie, 2 years ago
  • First stop: Granada

    As this is my first post, I have to talk about the city that had seen me being "born", it's not the city where I was born, but it's the city that has made me into me, which saw my evolution into the person that I am today. If you have not yet been to this city, you...

    0 by Ross, 2 years ago
  • A weekend skiing in the Sierra Nevada

    It was a long time since I had a long weekend somewhere. Me and my friends decided to go skiing in the Sierra Nevada (which means snow covered mountains in French). It's the name of the mountain range next to Granada, about 20 km. You have to drive there or take a bus...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Learn Spanish - Delengua Style!

    The best way to learn a language is to do in the country that it is spoken! I would personally recommend taking an intensive Spanish course in Granada. It is a brilliant city to meet other students from all over the world. It is a city rich in culture... the Alhambra,...

    0 by Elisabeth, 6 years ago
  • Almuñécar,Granada's beach

    I strongly recommend a visit to this town, it's only 50min. away South from Granada right on the beach. It has a mild micro climate that never goes under +10ºC while you are freezing in Granada, and it's quite cool during the summer in case you want to escape from the...

    0 by Manuel, 6 years ago

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