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Erasmus blog Malaga

  • El Torcal, a unique landscape

    El Torcal is situated in Antequera, an hour away from Malaga by car. It's a natural beauty where you can go climbing, in an extraordinary and impressive landscape. We mustn't forget that el Torcal is high up, and therefore the temperatures are much lower than they are...

    0 by Holly, 3 years ago
  • Malaga in two days

    Malaga in two days Date of the trip I went to Malaga from 18th to 20th June 2018 to meet my brother. Reasons for going on the trip I was an Erasmus student in Granada for 6 months and my brother wanted to visit me. The flights from Brussels were cheaper to Malaga than...

    0 by Holly, 3 years ago
  • Where can I watch the football?

    So, many of you will be wondering whether you can still go to football matches while you’re on Erasmus and the answer is, in Wroclaw you can. Lots of bars broadcast matches from the Spanish national league and the Champions League, as well as other important...

    0 by Emilia, 4 years ago
  • Malaga City Centre

    After visiting Malaga for many years with my family, we never had the chance to travel to its city centre and do some further exploring of this wonderful southern port city. Located in the south of Spain, Malaga is a great destination for those who want to see a city,...

    0 by Faye, 5 years ago
  • Bolonia - La Playa de Bolonia - One of the cities to see in Andalucia

    As I mentioned in my previous post, together with my friends I went on a trip visiting different kind of cities all across Andalucia. One of the cities we have seen was Bolonia. Bolonia Bolonia is located between the Cadiz and Tarifa, in the south part of Spain. We...

    0 by Alicja, 5 years ago
  • Tarifa - one of the cities that are worth visiting in Andalucia

    While you are on your Erasmus you are always thinking: how can I see as many places as possible without spending a lot of money? One of the things me and my friends figured out was going on a couple of day trips around Andalucia. We managed to see Sevilla, Limitezero,...

    0 by Alicja, 5 years ago
  • Ojen's beauty

    Before travelling to Malta my family and I travelled to Malaga, Spain. Spain is one of my favourite countries as its lifestyle and relaxed pace of living is simply sublime. We always try and make time for an annual holiday, whether it be in the UK or abroad. This...

    0 by Faye, 5 years ago
  • Malaga - one of the most touristic cities in Andalusia

    Malaga - one of the most touristic cities in Andalusia Surely, Malaga is among the most famous and recognizable cities on the Andalusian Costa del Sol. Besides having an access to the sea, this beautiful city contains scenic beaches as well as stylish harbors. You can...

    2 by Magdalena, 5 years ago
  • Spain, Day Six

    On the morning of the sixth day of our adventure we were in Granada, we spent most of the day in Malaga and in the evening we arrived in Seville. What a day! Malaga feels like a very small town, but is actually two times bigger than Granada. In Madrid and Granada we had...

    0 by Katarina, 5 years ago
  • Itaewon

    Itaewon is a district of Seoul (South Korea), also known as the American neighborhood. To go to this district is simple, will have to go to Itaewon subway station (the same name) on line 6. Although it is known as the American neighborhood, not only are Americans, and...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago
  • Korean embassy

    Before leaving for the embassy, ??my fellow travelers and I make sure we have our place at the University of Seoul, to no avail us the visa. The Korean Embassy in Spain is in Madrid, C / Gonzalez Amigo No. 15. Well, then clearly the reason why we went to the Korean...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago
  • When I arrive to the Incheon´s airport

    We arrived at Incheon Airport, one of the largest cities in South Korea, but Seoul is close, so often attributed to the Korean capital. We caught our flight to Madrid, then we made a stopover in Beijing, and arrive at Incheon. Upon arrival we had to pass the customs...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago
  • The forbidden city

    In Beijing there are many things to do, but more accessible, and more must visit is the Forbidden City, and is located in the heart of the city. It was built in the fifteenth century, and has been for many years the residence of the Emperor of China, and is very large,...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago
  • My friend map

    You will see this picture, and say so geek! hahaha! But it turns out that I have found an application in Facebook, which of course, is Facebook... it has all! absurd things like this but very curious and interesting to us who are abroad and meeting people from...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago
  • Spring´s Sunday

    Today I woke up and the sun enters for window, like in Malaga! hahaha! the truth that it is noted that spring is here, and the people never stop making barbecues in the gardens of the residences. What is the best plan for a day like today? Go to the islands of Wroclaw,...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago
  • Río Chillar

    Source Chillar River is located between Competa and Nerja, and is popular for hikers and nature lovers. The river is short, but enough for one day walking along the course. Every summer many people go to the river, but in summer the flow is lower, but weather is better...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago
  • Great Wall

    One of the most impressive buildings and most famous in the world is the Great Wall of China, one that made ??the Chinese fortification 500-600 years before Christ, is more than 8000 kilometers, about 6 feet tall and 4 wide, is one of the sites to visit for excellence...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago
  • Brita and me

    A month ago that Brita and me are inseparable, who is Brita? rather what is brita? hahaha... Many people know it, is that Brita is expanding throughout the world, and I assure you that is very useful for anyone, but especially if you're abroad. One day I went to...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago
  • The classics

    Well, as I have said many times, we are far from Spain but we live sports like we were in Spain. So, now the hot topic among boys and some girls (because some girls also like football) is the football matches that are comming... and is that football is the favourite...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago
  • Manchester experience

    When I first decided to go to Manchester, I didn't really expect something very interesting or entertaining, but you never have to follow prejudices. First thing you have to do if you want to go to Manchester without spending too much money, you should use a cheap...

    0 by Borja, 12 years ago

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