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  • Le Bon Marché

    If you're hanging in 7th arrondisment of Paris, I want to recommend you a place where you can do shopping till the Noel. The outdoor decoration is also very charming. So many people are recording little videos and share them via Instagram. If you look at the location...

    0 by Su, in What to do Paris, 1 day ago
  • Hôtel Beaulac (Rooftop bar)

    Beaulac is the most prominent hotel in Neuchâtel. You can access to a rooftop bar even if you're not a client. The beaulac's bar is unique with an incredible view of the Neuchatel lake. If you plan to come during the evening for the sunset you will not be...

    0 by Antoine, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Neuchatel, 1 day ago
  • The Dog House

    Very nice place to take a break during your Irish journey ! Enjoy a pint of Guinness or Seafood Chowder !  The Dog House is the ideal place to kick back and relax with good friends and delicious food. I've been in Howth for almost a semester and I've been here almost...

    0 by Antoine, in Where to eat Dublin, 1 day ago
  • Praia Barra

    If you go to Portugal, one place you must visit is Aveiro, its canals make it seem like a little Venice, but you have to go to some of the beaches like the one in Barra. It's a marvel! I'm from Cadiz and here, there are some very pretty beaches but compared to Portugal,...

    0 by Amy, in What to do Aveiro, 1 day ago
  • Retiro Park

    In this post I am going to tell you a little about the place that surprised me the most during my trip to the city of Madrid. I never thought that it would be possible to find somewhere with so many different places to see inside at the same time, this is definitely my...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Madrid, 2 days ago
  • Secret Lagoon (Gamla Laugin)

    Hi everyone! I want to share with you all about the amazing place I've visited during my wonderful Icelandic trip with my son Pietro. More precisely is about "Secret Lagoon" (Gamla Laugin), the island oldest spa, placed in the smallest Icelandic village of the "Golden...

    0 by elena, in What to do Reykjavík, 2 days ago
  • The Main Street

    Once again it's time to talk about Gandía, this time it's time to talk about one of the most important streets that his own name indicates, the main street. How to come It is very easy to get from the station, we will have to get to the Plaza de las Escuelas Pías and...

    0 by Diana, in What to see Gandía, 2 days ago
  • Barranco’s bridge of sighs

    Hi everyone! I hope that each one of you is doing very well. Each district of Lima has an icon and something that makes them different from each other, in the specific case of Barranco, which is known as the bohemian neighborhood of Lima and of painters and poets, we...

    0 by Diana, in What to see Lima, 3 days ago
  • Musée D'Orsay

    When I was being interviewed for the Erasmus + program, the first question I was asked was: "Why do you wanna go to Paris?". At that exact moment, a non-ending list of things popped into my head, leaving me nowhere to begin. "Because Paris is world-famous", "Because the...

    0 by Gillian, in What to see Paris, 5 days ago
  • Lyon International Association

    During my first time in France I discovered an association called "Bienvenu à Caen". It is in charge of putting a French family in contact with a foreign student during the time that they will be in that city. You can invite them to have lunch with you, or you can...

    0 by Kate, in What to do Lyon, 5 days ago
  • Natural History Museum

    Hello again to my brave and adventurous readers, lovers of natural history and of free museums! In this post, I'm going to tell you about one of my favourite universities in London, in my top three along with the Tate Modern and the Science Museum. The Natural History...

    0 by Beth, in What to do London, 6 days ago
  • Parc de la Ciutadella

    Hello again to my brave and adventurous readers! This post is specially dedicated to my friends Xavi and Noe, who got me to discover this city in such a magical, enjoyable, casual and very special way. And I think that it was thanks to their company and what great...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Barcelona, 6 days ago
  • Duomo

    Milan is one of the most underrated cities in Italy, but I've lived there for one year and I can confirm it is a gem. It's full of amazing food, world-reknown fashion and dozens of places to visit. The Duomo is just the most famous. When you arrive and you see it you...

    0 by Daniela, in What to see Milan, 6 days ago
  • Gràcia Barrio

    Hello again! What is this post going to be about? I'm going to write to you about something a little different. I'm going to tell you about a very charming neighbourhood in Barcelona. It's the Gràcia Barrio. Source This neighbourhood is situated just above the...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Barcelona, 8 days ago
  • MAAT

    If you're either a portuguese resident, an erasmus student here or even just a student still considering your options you should definitely know about this place.  By now you must be wondering what the hell does MAAT mean and well. let me tell you, MAAT stands for...

    0 by Beatriz, in What to see Lisbon, 8 days ago
  • H.USTA

    Gastronomy of Adana; Adana has located about 35 Kilometers from the Mediterranean which Hot and humid climate similar to the tropical climate. There are many Tropical fruits such as oranges, mandarin, watermelon, lemon, and many others.also vegetable such as tomatoes...

    0 by Zakariya, in Where to eat Adana, 8 days ago
  • A small zoo in Tingo María

    Hello everyone! I hope that each and every one of you is well. Today I want to tell you about a small zoo that can be found inside the city of Tingo María, where you can see lots of different jungle animals. A small zoo inside the city of Tingo María Some birds that I...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Tingo María, 10 days ago
  • World War II Memorial State Park

    It was incredibly difficult to be there. Because I think that the Second World War is a very terrible thing. It was an incredibly large number of tragedies and scary things. For this, I advise everyone to go there just because you need to know world history. Know the...

    0 by Bernice, in What to see Woonsocket, 10 days ago
  • Momart

    At the Momart Café the Aperitif is an event every day. It is a popular place for Italians and youth. The location  is  in Piazza Bologna where is one of the  famous meeting point for students.  The Aperitif is All you can eat is 12 euro and include one drink ....

    0 by Gulce Su, in Where to eat Rome, 10 days ago
  • Hasan Usta, Bahçe Saray

    Gastronomy of Adana;Adana has located about 35 Kilometers from the Mediterranean which Hot and humid climate similar to the tropical climate. There are many Tropical fruits such as oranges, mandarin, watermelon, lemon, and many others.also vegetable such as tomatoes...

    0 by Zakariya, in Where to eat Adana, 11 days ago

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