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  • Disneyland Paris, where dreams come true (3 of 3)

    Walt Disney Studios Park Entrance to Walt Disney Studios Park There's no way you can fully appreciate Disney World if you don't go around the company's studios, for us it was very interesting. This park is divided into four areas: Backlot, Toon Studio, Front Lot and...

    0 by Holly, 3 months ago
  • Disneyland Paris, where dreams come true (2 of 3)

    Disneyland Park This park is divided into five sections: Adventureland, Fantasyland, Discoveryland, Frontierland and Main Street U. S. A. Each day we went round one park! Adventureland Adventure Isle In this area, you can go on a pirate ship, explore the caves and see a...

    0 by Holly, 3 months ago
  • Disneyland Paris, where dreams come true (1 of 3)

    The magical castle (of Sleeping Beauty) in Disneyland Paris Walk Disney universe in one park Walter Elias Disney (1901-1966) was a key figure in the history of animation cinema: as well as being the creator of Mickey Mouse, amongst other characters, "Walt" is...

    0 by Holly, 3 months ago
  • Visit to the Parisian capital

    During the numerous months I spent as an Erasmus student I got the chance to visit different European destinations, and it was made easy mainly because of the low cost transport options which are available between European countries such as the buses or the cheap...

    0 by Holly, 4 months ago
  • Le Grand Palais

    Toulouse Lautrec Exhibition In fall 2019, the Grand Palais opened the Toulouse Lautrec exhibition. My grandfather called me as soon as he heard to tell me if he weren’t old and grounded in the Czech Republic, he would be the first in line to see it. It didn’t take...

    0 by Gabrielle, 7 months ago
  • What to see and do in Paris, France

    What to see and do in Paris, France Hi everyone! Today we continue with more content on about France and I could not finish off this section of the blog before speaking about Paris, one of my favourite cities, if not my most favourite. I have been lucky enough to visit...

    0 by Olivia, 8 months ago
  • Express trip to Paris

    Bonjour! During the year that I was studying at Swansea University for Erasmus, I couldn't miss out on the opportunities to travel which were staring me right in the face. Some friends had gone to do their Erasmus in Paris which meant it was an obligatory visit. The...

    0 by Olivia, 8 months ago
  • What to see and do in Paris, France (Part 2)

    What to see and do in Paris, France (part 2) Hello everyone! Today I will continue on with my previous entry in which I talked about the 15 places that for me, are must-see locations in Paris, the capital of France. You can read the first part of the post by clicking...

    0 by Olivia, 9 months ago
  • My five favourite places in Paris, France

    My five favourite places in Paris, France Hello everybody! How are you? Today I bring you the last post about Paris. I'll remind you that previously I told you about the places that you have to visit and get to know, in order to get a full picture of ​​the French...

    0 by Olivia, 9 months ago
  • What to see in Paris in 5 days

    A couple of months ago I was in Paris for a few days. From my visit to this capital city, I have a few recommendations for future visitors. WHERE TO STAY? I rented an apartment (with a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, TV, wifi... basically everything you need) on a...

    0 by Olivia, 11 months ago
  • The city of Fontainebleau.

    The City of Fontainebleau Actually, I don't live far from this town allowing me the benefit of insight and knowledge into this fascinating and splendid château. There are actually a lot of things to discover here. The city of Fontainebleau is part of both the...

    0 by James, one year ago
  • 7 things to eat in a boulangerie (French bakery)

    Today, I would like to talk to you about a legendary place, where your most forbidden dreams become reality. A place of sweet delicacies that will take over your senses, and from which you will never want to leave once you've been drawn in by the colours and the scents...

    0 by Alison, one year ago
  • Palais Garnier

    I want to tell you about one of my favorite places- Palais Garnier (Opera Garnier), which is located in the heart of Paris. If you want to go to Paris, I think you won’t miss this breathtaking place. This is one of the most visited building in Paris. When I first...

    0 by Mariam, one year ago
  • 10 free things to do in Paris!

    *All activities mentioned in this article are free for EU citizens aged between 18 and 25, and most are free for everyone. I’ll put an asterisk next to the few things that people outside this category will have to pay to do.* Paris is one of those cities everyone has...

    0 by Madeline, one year ago
  • Visit to Paris from Portugal

    During my internship in Portugal, i wanted to visit another european countries that were close in distance as my student visa allowed me to do such a thing, I had therefore the idea to visit the city of the lights Paris.It was winter time so fight prices were very cheap...

    0 by Marwa, one year ago
  • 5 days in Paris

    Hey again! I’m coming back to you with another trip, but this time one with a higher dose of chic in it! Straight from the capital of lovers, fine cuisine and incredible architecture! While I was in Amsterdam, going to Paris was something I have never imagined since...

    0 by Lavinia, one year ago
  • New Year's Eve in Paris: what to do

    Are you spending New Year’s Eve in Paris, the city of love? There is no better way to celebrate “Saint-Sylvestre” than heading off to some vibrant and local street parties along the Champs Elysée, taking an enchanting boat tour along the Seine, or dancing the...

    0 by Kate, one year ago
  • How not to get crazy when looking for an apartment in Paris - and some tips learnt the hard way!

    One of the most character-building experiences of my Erasmus year, and arguably a more useful life lesson than hours spent on books was my flat-hunting experience in Paris and trying not to get crazy while doing it. I moved to Paris for an Erasmus at “La Sorbonne...

    0 by Francesca, one year ago
  • Paris (3): the Moulin Rouge and the Sex Shop District

    Hello and welcome to everyone! I hope you are enjoying your summer 2017. The Moulin Rouge and the Sex Shop District After having been to the Sacré-Cœur, it was time to continue getting to know more places inside the city of Paris so I, together with my friend, went to...

    0 by Kate, 2 years ago
  • Accommodation, Travel, University, International Friends and Things to do...

    Accommodation Why the extortionate Parisian rent prices are really worth every single penny when you can literally hear the bells of Notre Dame (and those ridiculous bin-men) every morning... Disclaimer: Some people are lucky and find a living room and a space big...

    1 by Anie, 2 years ago

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