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Erasmus blog Krakow

  • Introduction

    Hi Erasmus Students! My name is Edyta Magdalena Kowalska and I come from Kraków. I graduated from the Jagiellonian University and I also experienced a short period of scholarship at the University of Bologna. I love travelling and art and I am always happy to chat with...

    0 by Edyta Magdalena, 3 months ago
  • PRAGUE-CRACOW

    Once the tourist visit to Prague was over we had to take the train to Krakow. After all the walk it was difficult to endure until 22:29 the train left. We had dinner at the station but things began to close because it was Sunday and quite late. The truth is that we have...

    0 by Patricia, 4 months ago
  • KRAKOW V (salt mine)

    The second excursion we made was to the Wieliczka Salt Mine. The tour started at 4:00 PM so we had to bring a snack in the backpack and snacks because we only had twenty minutes of rest between one excursion (Auswich) and the other (salt mine). We got soaked because we...

    0 by Diana, 11 months ago
  • KRAKOW IV (Concentration Camps)

    On the second day in Krakow we had two excursions booked, one to the Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration camps and the other to the salt mines of Wieliczka. You are almost obliged to visit these two destinations when you travel to Krakow because whilst visiting the...

    0 by Emily, one year ago
  • KRAKOW IV (Concentration Camps)

    On the second day in Krakow we had two excursions booked, one to the Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration camps and the other to the salt mines of Wieliczka. You are almost obliged to visit these two destinations when you travel to Krakow because whilst visiting the...

    0 by Emily, one year ago
  • Party in Cracovia

    I don't know how I have lasted so much to write this post. Maybe because I consider so evident that everyone knew about this; or maybe because, although you didn't know it, it will be the first thing you learn when you arrive. Anyway, I'm going to write it, because it...

    0 by Juan diego, one year ago
  • After a While

    I was in NY a couple of weeks ago and there I met with some of my friends from my Erasmus two years ago. Yeah, we kept in touch, even if we didn’t know if we were ever going to see each other, we tried to keep our tracks just for the good of it, with the hope that in...

    0 by Damarys, 2 years ago
  • Na zdrowie Krakow!

    Now that I think about it, when I came back from my Erasmus I never wrote about how it was to come back. Getting used to your country again, to the old routines, and even worse, to the new routines that your people got without you, getting used to that new feeling of...

    0 by Damarys, 2 years ago
  • Krakow III (Schindler factory)

    I definitely recommend The Schindler factory museum after visiting the city of Krakow. It is located a little outside the centre of the city but we got there without any problems as it's to easy to find. We took the tram to make the most of the time, there are different...

    0 by Evie, 2 years ago
  • The Krakow adventure (part 3): Krakow at night

    I was in on a trip where I could get the most out of my trip in Poland. The International Student Organization of Erasmus students in Budapest organized a trip that invites all international students to take part of the trip to one of the most beautiful countries in...

    0 by Rhomir, 2 years ago
  • The Krakow adventure: The Wawel castle and cathedral (part 3)

    One of the best highlights of my trip in Krakow, Poland was my visit to Wawel Castle. It proves to be one unforgettable thing that makes Poland dear to my heart. It has been almost a year when I visited Krakow, Poland in an Erasmus-organized trip but the memories of...

    0 by Rhomir, 2 years ago
  • The Krakow adventure: Wieliczka salt mine (part 2)

    Krakow is always full of surprises. It is one of the most wonderful cities in the European continent. Poland is such a wonderful country bestowed with equally wonderful cities. Krakow is one of these stunning cities of this eastern European country. You should visit...

    0 by Rhomir, 2 years ago
  • The Krakow adventure: The Saint Mary’s Basilica (part 1)

    It was mid November of 2016 when I decided to join a trip organized by Erasmus Budapest. I was at first having a second thought joining the trip for some reasons. Firstly, I was trying to juggle time for my academic studies inasmuch as I need to deliver at least two...

    0 by Rhomir, 2 years ago
  • Krakow- Beginning

    Hi friends. I have just started my Erasmus adventure. That's why, in this post I will share my first impressions with you. It was really tiring to come Krakow. If you want to make your trip cheap, it is better the choose the indirect flight. I came to Budapest by plane,...

    0 by Burak, 2 years ago
  • And here we go again

    And it starts again. The nostagia and the broken hearts show their faces again, precisely in these last weeks, when you want everything to be perfect. But this time is different. We are survivals. Survivals from the last semester. Our friends were gone, they resumed...

    0 by Damarys, 2 years ago
  • Public transport: Krakow

    As we arrive in the beautiful city of Krakow, one thing we struggle to believe is the amount of different public transport methods available... Probably, one of the most well known forms of public transport in the city is the tram. The trams, that have been running for...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • My friends are coming!

    Its great when your friends come tu visit you in your Erasmus city. You can show your new friends how awesome are your old friends and these can see how is your party life and then come back home and tell everyone that your are living the crazy life. Yeah, this is what...

    0 by Damarys, 3 years ago
  • It's time to say goodbye

    I still have time. I still have five more months but I have had to say goodbye to a lot of people, and it's not just people, they are boys and girls that touched my life in so many ways. The thing is that the first semester is over and not everybody stays one year....

    0 by Damarys, 3 years ago
  • See Kraków in two days

    After leaving Katowice airport we took the minibus to directly Krakow. It cost us about 90zł. It's worth getting the Alicante-Katowice flight, which is really cheap, to visit wherever you are. This is what we did in our case: Katowice Airport – Cracovia. 90, 50 zl...

    0 by Jake, 4 years ago

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