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Erasmus places

  • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

    How can you arrive at a place and not even recognise it's reception room? Well this is how it is when you visit the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Designed and constructed by Giuseppe Mengoni during the Belle Époque, today the gallery is considered the oldest shopping...

    0 by Hannah , in What to see Milano, 10 hours ago
  • Crêpe'oz

    On the occasion of my best friend's 26th birthday, we ate around ten of them in this creperie. Having never been before to this kind of restaurant, it was an evening of discovery for me. Firstly, we were greeted very warmly and noticed that many more groups had come to...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Strasbourg, 11 hours ago
  • Lyon's university restaurants

    One of the (numerous! ) advantages of being a student in France is that they have something they refer to as University Restaurants or RUs. Basically, they are restaurants subsidised by the government in order to offer complete menus at an affordable price. For example...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Lyon, 12 hours ago
  • Mondo Arancina

    Where is it found? In the event that you find yourself walking down the street towards Viale Angelico or, even better, Piazzale Clodio, and you have the need to refresh your taste buds with a new flavour, or simply to rediscover something, then I advise you to go back...

    0 by Francesca, in Where to eat Rome, 16 hours ago
  • Au Brasseur

    This typical French brasserie is located in the centre of Strasbourg, very close to the cathedral and to the canal surrounding the city centre. It's on a corner and the awning is maroon. You can't miss it. It was the first restaurant I went to in Strasbourg and I highly...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Strasbourg, 1 day ago
  • 'El Santuario'

    'El Santuario' is a tapas-bar in Jaén. It's located in the historic city center next to Saint Ildefonso's church. It's ideal for having a beer and a tapa during hot summer nights while you are sitting at the table outside, and in winter to savour Spanish specialities...

    0 by Desi, in Where to eat Jaen, 1 day ago
  • Poniente beach in Benidorm

    Introduction The beach that I am going to tell you about in this publication is located in Alicante, specifically in Benidorm and is one of Spain's most famous, owing to the large number of bathers it has throughout the whole year as well as to it's extension. Benidorm...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Alicante, 2 days ago
  • Casa di Giulietta

    My passion for William Shakespeare stems from many areas and forms, but mostly from his famous work "Romeo and Juliet". From our version in the school play, to films and even the book, I have had a special affection for the story, since it's one of the most tragic love...

    0 by Hannah , in What to see Verona, 2 days ago
  • The Duomo of Milan

    The heart of Milan is, without doubt, the Duomo di Milano! In a gothic style and made of Candoglia marble, the cathedral is 158m long, 93m wide and 5m high (in it's highest point). In my opinion, it's impossible to go past it without slowing down. The richness of the...

    0 by Hannah , in What to see Milano, 2 days ago
  • Ladurée Champs-Elysées

    Who hasn't heard of the famous macaroons of Ladurée? Or at least know of the term macaroon and know that it makes reference to a small French confectionery of fine patisserie, of which the origin dates back to the eighteenth century; and also that it is made from egg...

    0 by Beth, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Paris, 5 days ago
  • 231 East

    The 231 East burger bar is found in several places in France but the one which I am going to tell you about is the one in the centre of Strasbourg, a few minutes away from the Cathedral. Being a franchise, I suppose that the information is conformable with the other...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Strasbourg, 5 days ago
  • Pavilion Mies van der Rohe

    The Pavilion is one of the most emblematic works of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and a benchmark of 20th century architecture. The famous Pavilion was built for the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition and disassembled after it's closure the following year. Half a...

    0 by Dorothy, in What to see Barcelona, 5 days ago
  • City center

    You can do everything in the city center of Nantes. There is the heart of Nantes when you can see people moving around, sipping coffee in a very exotic cafe, and sitting only in the Place Royal where the big fountain lay on. Commercial centre is located here and there...

    0 by Haifa Fawwaz, in What to do Nantes, 5 days ago
  • adana il sınırı

    Near of the Cihangir Floor Parking. Close to Firuzaga Square, it takes 10 minutes by walking from Taksim square. The place have kebab, lahmacun, lamb meat for eat; rakı, beer, wine for drink, Pöndi for other everything. My personal opinion, if you've time for a lunch,...

    0 by Ahmet, in Where to eat Istanbul, 5 days ago
  • Alsur Cafe

    While I was studying abroad in Barcelona, we came across this cafe called Alsur. We went in the place of El Born and it is situated on a square, so that's how it got our attention. Outside they have a really nice terras with some ornaments and white parasols, in winter...

    0 by Juliëtte, in Where to eat Barcelona, 7 days ago
  • The George Payne Irish bar

    The George Payne Irish bar is an Irish pub located in Plaza Urquinaona and is very close to the centre of Barcelona - less than a 2 minute walk. As well as being very well located, it's very big with a large variety of beers and cocktails. It's an enormous...

    0 by Ross, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Barcelona, 7 days ago
  • Parque del Retiro

    The Retiro park in Madrid is one of the best kept public parks in the country. If you think it looks seems in the photographs, the inside can be so enormous you get lost although this will not be a problem because as soon as entering, you're gazing at it. My...

    0 by Beth, in What to do Madrid, 7 days ago
  • Nueva Condomina

    La Nueva Condomina is a large shopping complex and the biggest and most well known shopping centre in the whole of the Region of Murcia. There also exists another only kilometres away from 'La Nueva Condomina', which is called called shopping centre Thader. However...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Murcia, 8 days ago
  • Sacred heart basilica (Sacré-Coeur)

    The Sacred Heart basilica, also known as Sacré-Coeur, is found at the top of a hill in the Parisian neighbourhood of Montmatre. It's one of the most visited monuments in Paris. It's a relatively new temple - the building was completed during the First World War. The...

    0 by Ross, in What to see Paris, 8 days ago
  • Tentations

    Tentations is somewhere where you can eat cheaply, quickly and with great food. It is a small place located in the historical centre of Strasbourg, really close to the cathedral rear. You can only order risotto or spätzle to eat and you can eat it in or most commonly,...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Strasbourg, 9 days ago

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