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Erasmus places

  • Umiyaki

    Umiyaki is a small Japanese restaurant, close to the Sant-Roch church and the famous Place de la Comédie (tram lines 1 and 2). When I say little, it's very little. There is a table against the wall at the right of the entrance, which is much longer than it is wide as...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Montpellier, 1 day ago
  • Le Camionneur

    Originally a bar, but it's equally a mini concert room to welcome showcases and artists who aren't yet well known. It's because of this one Thursday night, that thanks to places won at Virgin Radio, I could go to listen to the French singer Sidoine and the English Nick...

    0 by Beth, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Strasbourg, 2 days ago
  • Ilha Campeche (Campeche Island)

    Ilha do Campeche In this post, I'm going to tell you a little bit about our trip to one of the most beautiful islands off of Brazil. Without doubting it for even a minute, I can say that this is an authentic paradise which combines crystal clear beaches and exotic...

    0 by Ross, in What to see Florianópolis, 2 days ago
  • Spiral Dance Center

    Hey guys, I am coming from Austria, and I used to dance as much as possible. In Vienna I started with Zouk, a Brazilian dance that you can dance to every kind of music, like RnB, HipHop or even Dubstep. I absolutely fell in love and found it here in Barcelona in the...

    0 by Kathrin, in What to do Barcelona, 2 days ago
  • 231 East

    The fast food restaurant, 231 is a very good place if you want to eat quickly, on site or to go. It's found on Place St. Etienne, close to Flams and Meiselocker in the heart of Strasbourg. I went there for the first time during the Christmas period, then a few days ago....

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Strasbourg, 2 days ago
  • Le Nelson

    This bar/pub on la rue des Couples in the Krutenau neighbourhood in Strasbourg proposes numerous delicious beers. You are greeted with a warm atmosphere as soon as you enter, thanks to the very welcoming barmen, the massive wooden bar, the decor such as the cask or the...

    0 by Beth, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Strasbourg, 2 days ago
  • La Recyclerie

    La Recyclerie is a brunch and coffee place built in an old subway station. It has been entirely furnished with recycled material (chairs, tables...) which gives the place a vintage vibe. You can go there to eat something or have a drink. Everything there is organic and...

    0 by Laure, in Where to eat Paris, 2 days ago
  • Le Marché de Noël de Strasbourg

    During the Christmas period, you can find the entitled Christmas markets (marchés de Noël) in every French city. You can find Christmas decorations, handicrafts, mulled wine and traditional sweets, etc. It's worth going to look around more than it is to buy things; to...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Strasbourg, 3 days ago
  • Corcovado (Monte Cristo)

    Which places can you not afford to miss? The most tourist places in Rio de Janeiro Christ of Corcovado: I have a fair bit to tell you about Christ of Corcovado or Christ the Redeemer. Firstly, I'll do a theoretical introduction to give some context as to what it is and...

    0 by Ross, in What to see Rio de Janeiro, 3 days ago
  • Westminster

    A little about the history of this interesting place (it involves a huge fire and a royal dispute) This stop is obligatory for whoever finds themselves in London, especially because this area is host to a lot of tourist attractions which can all be reached on foot: The...

    0 by Ross, in What to see London, 3 days ago
  • The route through 8 towns

    Moving on from Portugal, to go on one of my favourite hiking trails, without a doubt my personal preference in the community of Valencia, the lovely Gallinera Valley. Gallinera Valley Source General infomation Vall de Gallinera is a small town in the province of...

    0 by Daniela, in What to see Vall de Gallinera, 4 days ago
  • European Parliament

    Above all, Strasbourg is known for being the headquarters of the European Parliament, along with Brussels and the general secretary office is located in Luxembourg. Strasbourg is one of the few cities that houses an international institution without being the capital of...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Strasbourg, 4 days ago
  • british museum

    When we went to London, we visited more museums than churches. Why? London isn't a cheap city to live in, nor to visit. A lot of the tourist attractions cost a lot and a lot of the churches charge an entry fee, however, all the museums in the United Kingdom are free....

    0 by Ross, in What to see London, 4 days ago
  • Place Gutenberg

    La Place Gutenberg is one of the city of Strasbourg's most famous squares. It's located in Strasbourg's Grande Île, just opposite Strasbourg's lovely cathedral's main façade. It's a medium size square if we compare it to the other bigger squares in Strasbourg, such as...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Strasbourg, 4 days ago
  • Au Pont Saint Martin

    This magnificent restaurant is located in Strasbourg's la Petite France; this area being considered a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1988. From the outside, it resembles another charming cottage that can be found in the area or otherwise, a restaurant of luxury, in...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Strasbourg, 4 days ago
  • La Cure Gourmande

    The 'Cure Gourmande' franchise In Strasbourg has become very famous and you will also know it as the 'biscuit shop next to the cathedral. The Cure Gourmande is a French chain of biscuit and other sweet product franchises, which has locations all over France and in other...

    0 by Beth, in What to do Strasbourg, 5 days ago
  • Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

    Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe: A very different monument This is one of the monuments in Berlin that you can't miss out on. Sadly it's not a memorial that you should visit because of its charming architecture or because it's going to look good in your...

    0 by Ross, in What to see Berlin, 5 days ago
  • Malasaña

    And the sweltering hot weather of Madrid has now arrived... that kind of hot air that makes it impossible to sleep at night! We need to find places with water where we can cool off! I'm thinking of places where I can be comfortable in 38 degrees! One of these places is...

    0 by Katie, in What to do Madrid, 5 days ago
  • Parque del Buen Retiro (Retiro Park)

    One of the most magical things about the Spanish capital has to be The Buen Retiro Park. This incredible park is the perfect place to spend a quiet afternoon, whether if you want to go for a stroll, have a picnic or simply just to take in some of the park's beauty. In...

    0 by Katie, in What to see Madrid, 5 days ago
  • Brandenburger Tor

    The Brandenburg Gate or "Brandenburguer Tor" in German, is one of the most important symbols in the city of Berlin in Germany. This is one of the most important monuments in Germany because it used to represent an entrance into the city; it was like a customs point....

    0 by Ross, in What to see Berlin, 5 days ago

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