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Erasmus places

  • Hell's Canyon and the Old Railway of Alcoy

    Today I am going to talk about one of the most popular hiking trails, the old railway line that passes through Villalonga and Lorcha. It is a 12km walking or cycling route and can be prolonged by the addition of 30km if you choose to arrive in Muro in Alcoy. How to...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Villalonga, 1 day ago
  • Dolden Mädel Braugasthaus

    It's a restaurant located 10 minutes from Mehringdamm U-bahn station on the U6 line, in the borough of Kreuzberg. On the menu, you can find seven types of burgers and many kinds of beer. If you don't know which beer to choose, you can always have a small taster glass of...

    0 by Alex, in Where to eat Berlin, 2 days ago
  • Hello Brooklyn

    What do you and Homer Simpson have in common? Don't you see? You both like doughnuts, of course! If that is the case, you'll love Hello Brooklyn. This is a tiny shop, newly opened next to Hôtel de Ville (metro A or C), close to Crock'n'roll which I've already talked...

    0 by Emily, in Where to eat Lyon, 2 days ago
  • The Sacré-Cœur

    The Sacré-Cœur is located at the highest point in Paris, Monmartre, a Bohemian district known as "The Painter's Neighbourhood". Looking at it from the bottom of the hill it is beautiful and impressive. Its large steps, perfectly maintained gardens, and the small...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Paris, 2 days ago
  • Ricks Cafeteria

    If you plan to visit Hamilton, be sure to go to this cafe. Here is a delicious coffee and the best croissants with strawberries. This place is loved by all tourists, especially from Europe. I go there every weekend to buy a cup of coffee and eat a croissant. Sometimes I...

    0 by Joseph, in Where to eat Hamilton, 2 days ago
  • The Basilica of the Sacred Heart

    One of the most visited spots in Paris, after the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and co., is la Basilique du Sacre Coeur de Montmartre. It is located in the 18th arrondissement on Montmartre's hill, which is the highest place in Paris (without counting the Eiffel...

    0 by Mollie, in What to see Paris, 3 days ago
  • Tierra Santa

    In Barranquilla, there is a clothing store chain that is really popular among the inhabitants of the city, but which is practically unknown to outsiders. It was recommended to me by several of the people I met in Barranquilla, and I must say... I was amazed! There are...

    0 by Kate, in What to do Barranquilla, 3 days ago
  • The Gosta Green

    The Gosta Green is located in Aston Tiangle. At first, I thought that it is actually a cafe and pub which belongs to university property however, it is not. Everyday there is a special offers. Tuesdays are my favourite ones because each pancakes are only 25pence. Also...

    0 by Simay, in Where to eat Birmingham, 4 days ago
  • Boston Tea Party

    BTP is the first place that I ate something when I arrived to Birmingham. It is located almost in the city center and due to it is next to Aston University, it is a good place to go. When you go there you need to try their breakfast combinations especially salmon,...

    0 by Simay, in Where to eat Birmingham, 4 days ago
  • The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany

    It is possibly one of the most iconic places in Berlin and the place that first comes to everyone's mind when you mention Germany or Berlin. The monument has definitely lived through a lot of chapters in Germany history. I'm going to talk about two of the most...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Berlin, 4 days ago
  • Fountain in the Plaza de Armas

    Hello everyone! I hope that each and every one of you is very, very well. To speak of a historical center is also to realise that many wonderful monuments exist there: their beauty makes up many of the points of interest today, and one of them is, without a doubt, an...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Lima, 4 days ago
  • Rosa Náutica Restuarant

    Hello everyone! I hope that you are all well! Today I want to tell you a little about my experience in a restaurant that has one of the best locations in the whole of Miraflores, a district in Lima, Peru. The restaurant is called "Rosa Náutica", which means "Nautical...

    0 by Kate, in Where to eat Lima, 8 days ago
  • The Peruvian House of Literature

    Hello everyone! I hope that you are all very well. Today I want to talk to you a bit about a place that is very popular with tourists in my city, even though it is directly in the centre and normally they only take photos of the outside, without ever entering in - even...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Lima, 9 days ago
  • The "paseo de agua" in Rimac

    Hello everyone! I hope that each one of you is well. There are places that keep stories of love within them; a particular kind of beauty. Very few people have crossed the Trujillo bridge during their trips to the centre of Lima: not many have been able to get to know...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Lima, 9 days ago
  • Basillica del Sacré-Cœur

    Image source The Basillica del Sacré-Cœur is a Roman-Catholic Parisian Church and a tourist hub that is located on the crown of the Montmartre Hill, the highest point in Paris. Image source The 19th century church was designed by the architect Paul Abadie (who died...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Paris, 10 days ago
  • La Croix-Rousse

    The two symbols of the city of Lyon are the two hills: la Fourvière and la Croix-Rousse. The first is where the Basillica de Fourvière can be found, and because of this it is known as "the hill that prays". The second is known as "the hill that works" because it is...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Lyon, 11 days ago
  • Mirador Ingunza

    Hello everyone! I hope that you all are well. The passing of time has treated some monuments in the city of Lima very badly. However, when we start to dig to uncover the history of a place, it makes us realise that there are still things we can do in order to protect...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Lima, 11 days ago
  • Le Jardin Zoologique et Botanique de Mulhouse

    Spending your Erasmus year abroad in Strasbourg or other cities of Alsace? You cannot miss this wonderful zoo and botanical garden! Not only do you get the chance to see animal species you normally wouldn't, but you are also surrounded by a myriad of unique trees and...

    0 by Dominika, in What to see Mulhouse, 12 days ago
  • Le Public House

    This bar was suggested to us by another Erasmus student, who described it as "...a lively place with plenty of students and great beer". As soon as I walked in, I realized how much I underestimated the words "plenty"and "great". This place was crowded. You could...

    0 by Dominika, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Strasbourg, 12 days ago
  • The House with Thirteen Doors

    Hello everyone! I hope that you are all very well. To tour through the historic centre of Lima is to travel past many mansions, museums and streets that contain so much value for future generations. However that being said, there are many places that still have not...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Lima, 14 days ago

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