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Erasmus blog Nice

  • Trip from Paris to Nice

    From the amazing city Paris, we decided to discover another part of the country located in the extreme south of France which is the amazing city Nice, for this purpose we had the choice of travelling by bus or by the train ; finally we decided to to try the train high...

    0 by Marwa, one year ago
  • Easter Weekend in Nice

    During my time studying in Torino on Erasmus my friend, Maya, and I decided to take a weekend trip away to the Côte d’Azur, or The French Riviera, to see some friends. It was the Easter holidays and everyone that we knew in Turin was with going back home or...

    0 by Linzi, 2 years ago
  • Shopping list - something very important!

    Source When you get to a new place where you are going to live, you should not only know where the nearest supermarket is, but also what you will find when you get to that supermarket. In my case, I still do not know where that supermarket is, but I'll look for it...

    0 by Evie, 3 years ago
  • A Nice Trip to Nice

    I had always dreamed of traveling to France, ever since my childhood when I curled up with The Count of Monte Cristo in hand and watched French movies with my family, just to hear the beautiful language. Last year, my dream came true. My first trip to France was last...

    0 by Kaelin, 3 years ago
  • Towns, towns and more towns

    It's been some days that I haven't posted anything and it's because I have been somewhat occupied with exams, studying and doing my work as well as a friend who came to see me... It's been non-stop! These last few days that I haven't had class, I've gone on a lot of...

    0 by Ross, 3 years ago
  • Antibes

    Antibes is a small coastal city, (of which there are such an abundance of in the areas surrounding Nice) which is situated in between Nice and Cannes. The most affordable way of getting there from Nice is catching the bus from the bus station next to the Masséna (you...

    0 by Beth, 3 years ago
  • Èze, a small 'medieval' village near to Nice

    Èze is a small village, around a twenty minute bus journey away to the east of Nice. To go, you have to get the same bus which takes you to Monaco (the 100), and as it's in France, you can use your transport pass and the trip won't cost you anything. The trip to the...

    0 by Beth, 3 years ago
  • Qu'est-ce qu'il a dit?

    Today in an interpretation class (or oral translation as it is called here), I had a fantastic idea for an entry and as you already know, it is best to grasp up good ideas with all force and develop them. So here goes... When I arrived in France, I really missed having...

    0 by Beth, 4 years ago
  • Trips

    I have been super busy this last month because it's my last month in Nice and I wanted to enjoy it as much as I could (and I didn't have much time to dedicate to this blog... ) but here I am to tell you all some new stories :) As you already know, the university's exam...

    0 by Ross, 4 years ago
  • Nice, Nice, Nice... how to get by as an Erasmus student!

    It has been a while now that I have wanted to write a blog post but I keep forgetting to do so, even though I haven't had the time really or when I have, I haven't fancied it. I miss my home, my country and my family. I am a real home-bird. I am a very emotional and...

    0 by Amy, 4 years ago
  • Monaco and Montecarlo: how to get there and what to see

    Monaco, for those who don't know, is a small sovereign city-state located along the French Riviera, 30 minutes from Nice; and it's capital (so to speak) is Monte Carlo. As we had a free day today, my friend and I decided to visit this small 'country' and we've had a...

    0 by Jake, 5 years ago

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