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Erasmus blog Paris

  • Paris the dream city

    Thanks to my being in France, my first experiences in my life have started to increase. He was one of them when he went to Paris. We all know that Paris is one of the most famous cities in the world. Thousands of tourists flock to every year. What makes Paris so famous?...

    0 by Tuana, 6 days ago
  • Old book bouquinistes on the banks of the Seine River

    Old book bouquinistes on the banks of the Seine The "library" with about 300,000 old (and ancient) books and thousands of longstanding print publications has become an interesting attraction for visitors from all over the world, especially those who love books or...

    0 by Hoàng, 8 days ago
  • Paris - I love your public transport system

    After experiencing Paris's public transport system for almost a week, I can conclude that Europe's oldest and most diverse subway station was built a hundred years ago but remains Keeping value until today, all thanks to the extremely good planning of the...

    0 by Hoàng, 12 days ago
  • I went to find the meaning of the name "capital of light"

    Do not know yourself ever, people labeled Paris a beautiful name is "capital of light." Is it because of the beauty of its dreamy and sparkling, so many visitors come here are not lost in the infatuation? Only a miracle light can mesmerize people. Coming to Paris, I...

    0 by Hoàng, 14 days ago
  • A Day with Lourve Museum

    It is no coincidence that I will devote this article to The Louvre, because it is the largest museum in the world, welcomes about 10 million visitors a year and regularly occupy the position of museums with visitors. Most crowded in the world. Dubbed the "Musem of the...

    0 by Hoàng, 22 days ago
  • Arc de Triomphe - Loving shots

    It must be said that before coming to Paris I was lulled by panoramic city shots from the Arc de Triomphe. A magnificent Paris master planned from hundreds of years to now still retained its full value. Standing here, I can zoom out of the Eiffel Tower, all the way down...

    0 by Hoàng, 23 days ago
  • Eating my way around Montmartre

    French food is renowned for being delicious, rich and of very high quality. It is no surprise then that, as a self-confessed food-obsessive, one of my main pastimes whenever I pass through Paris is eating. One of my favourite districts to indulge in this hobby is...

    0 by Lucinda, one month ago
  • Paris ~ Love at First Sight

    A few days in Paris, France is enough to take your breath away. I grew up reading book after book about France, the royal family, and the history of this artistic and extravagant country. From reading of the exploits of the Count of Monte Cristo and the carriage rides...

    0 by Kaelin, one month ago
  • Visit to Paris

    This weekend I went on a trip to Paris to visit my friend Alicia who lives there with her boyfriend... the theme of "Spaniards around the world" is more fashionable than ever with the crisis. This is the third time I have visited Paris, and it never fails to surprise...

    0 by Daniela, 2 months ago
  • Tips for living in Ile de France

    Living in Paris The French culture and practices are unique in many ways. Therefore, it can take time for some expats to fit-in. However, a collection of some tips useful day to day can simplify life. Read below in case you wish to know how different things go about in...

    0 by Kriya, 3 months ago
  • Asia to Europe : Part 2 : Getting to know

    My experiences about the city of Paris are not going to inform you about the best clubs- I am sober. They will not inform you about all the best foods - I am a vegetarian. Not about the amazing night life either - I am usually drunk on introvertism and youtube or work...

    0 by Kriya, 3 months ago
  • Asia to Europe : Part 1 : Culture Shock

    I come from India, one of the two major fastest developing countries of Asia. Somehow my personal network never made it possible to travel much of India, and outside of India. And the first time I took that flight to start my Masters in Paris was the first time I was...

    0 by Kriya, 3 months ago
  • Residencies in Paris

    When someone tells you that it's difficult to find accommodation in Paris, believe them, I'm not exaggerating. No matter how much they tell you, until you get there and start to despair because you can't find anything, you don't realise how hard it is (unless you're one...

    0 by Ross, 5 months ago
  • Eurotrip #2: Chartres and Paris

    Hi everyone! Today I'm going to tell you about the second part of my trip to France that I went on at the beginning of November (you can read the first part here). After spending the week in Nantes and exhibiting the projects that we completed in the workshop, we took...

    0 by Ross, 6 months ago
  • Tips for Travellers to Paris - the Letdowns (2)

    Let me continue to write something about the downside of travelling in Paris. I'm not trying to discourage you from visiting Paris, but I'd like you to be mentally prepared so that you don't get too disappointed when arriving in Paris.  They don't speak English Having...

    0 by L, 6 months ago
  • Street art in Paris

    The introduction Hello people, I hope, that you are all doing just fine! In this article I want to tell you about my experience in Paris and the things we did there, I mean, I’ve always liked France and I can’t say, that I’ve always wanted to visit it though,...

    0 by Ani, 6 months ago
  • Tips for Travellers to Paris - the Letdowns (1)

    If you have never been to Paris and are planning your first trip to that city, you may have high expectations of there. You may guess that it's very beautiful, that its people are romantic, and that you'll have a great time there. However, with such expectations, your...

    0 by L, 7 months ago
  • My favourite places to relax in Paris

    In a big city like Paris, sometimes everything is just too much. It is teeming with people, everyone bumps into you, the metro is completely overcrowded… At some point, everything is just unbearable und you just want to get out. And that is where you can go to one of...

    0 by Nadine, 7 months ago
  • I cannot keep calm - Erasmus is ending

    I cannot keep calm -Erasmus is ending. This is the motto of the last days. The end is getting closer. We all notice that. From time to time, you will catch someone looking into nowhere, being melancholic and far away in his thoughts – and everyone knows that he is...

    0 by Nadine, 8 months ago

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