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Erasmus places

  • Library

    Hello readers, I would like to start this post by a question: do you like going to libraries? If yes, which one is your favorite one? and how often do you go to your libraries? Today's post is all about how libraries can be a cool place to do your reading and maybe find...

    0 by nahom worku, in What to do Gdansk, 3 hours ago
  • Pilot Design Hostel & Bar

    I recently visited the city of Porto and had an unforgettable experience. This had been the very first time I visited Portugal. I was very excited as I’ve heard many good things about it such as its food, culture, architecture, history and more. After I booked my...

    0 by Michael, in What to do Porto, 1 day ago
  • Santa Francesinha

    This venue was a very recently visited one and I thought it’d be worthy of a mention. I was travelling around Porto for a couple of days and enjoyed all the great sights and ancient points around the city. The city has much history to offer and I highly recommend you...

    0 by Michael, in Where to eat Porto, 1 day ago
  • Twin dragon buffet

    Twin dragon buffet - all you can eat Chinese food! Who doesn’t love Chinese food? And who doesn’t love unlimited food? By eating at Twin dragon buffet, you can combine both! I have discovered this amazing place somehow by accident. Me and my friend were driving home...

    0 by Katja, in Where to eat Cincinnati, 2 days ago
  • Stormont, Belfast, Northern Ireland (Co. Antrim)

    Stormont is home to the Parliament Buildings of the Northern Ireland Assembly. It is located outside the city centre, in County Antrim, at the top of a hill which can be reached by car or bus (you can find good connections and timetables from Belfast city centre). It is...

    0 by Katie, in What to see Belfast, 4 days ago
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery

    Kelvingrove Art Gallery is an allround place with something to see for everyone. Make sure you schedule the entire for this trip, as you will need the time to see everything this place has to offer!  From modern day art to old paintings, from ancients animals to...

    0 by Sylvester, in What to see Glasgow, 4 days ago
  • City Hall

    Simply the most beautiful building I have seen in Glasgow. Located on a beautiful square, the City Hall's exterior as well as interior are stunning. It shows the history and riches of Glasgow and takes you hundreds of years back in time.  Do not forget your camera as...

    0 by Sylvester, in What to see Glasgow, 4 days ago
  • Chopsticks

    Lebanon is home to a great number of different dishes from all over the world. Its local popular foods excels in many ways. From the internationally renowned hummus and falafel dishes to the lesser known kafta and kibbeh. However, today we will take a look at a cuisine...

    0 by Michael, in Where to eat Beirut, 5 days ago
  • Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka

    Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka Kalpitiya is located at coastal area of North Western province in Puttalam district of Sri Lanka. Kalpitiya is small peninsula located in between the lagoon and the sea. Basically, the area is consisted with beautiful islands, coral reefs, coconut...

    0 by Crazy, in What to see Jaffna, 5 days ago
  • Quadrangle

    For many coming into Lebanon, its almost imperative to have local knowledge of what's going on around. Luckily, you’ll be able to draw upon local knowledge through posts such as these. Today we will be talking about a dynamic bar that has a lot to offer and is a great...

    0 by Michael, in What to do Beirut, 5 days ago
  • The Producers Bar

    Adelaide has many bars and clubs to offer for an exciting nigh out. However, the largest venues mainly reserve their DJ tunes to the latest and most popular world hits. So if you're looking for diversity, it may not be too easy. Nevertheless, you don’t need the...

    0 by Michael, in What to do Adelaide, 5 days ago
  • Cedar point

    Cedar Point - the Roller Coaster capital of the world! Ever since I first heard of Cedar Point, I wanted to visit it. And the first time I heard of it was when I was still in elementary school. And that is a loooong time ago. You might ask why haven’t I visited...

    0 by Katja, in What to do Cleveland, 6 days ago
  • Montserrat

    Without any doubt, it's one of the symbols of Catalunia, a place that you can't avoid to visit if you are spending few days around this region. People says that it's the second most visited sanctuary in Spain, after Santiago. The amazing natural landscape that surrounds...

    0 by martina, in What to see Barcelona, 7 days ago
  • The Wall pub

    Bar with terrace in a student district of Paris (Latin Quarter), practicing honest prices in happy hour, very good atmosphere.

    0 by Leila, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Paris, 7 days ago
  • Disco 'Volvoreta'

    The best bar to have a good time with your friends enjoying new and all-time great Spanish music which will make you sing even the guitar chords as well. If you want to try a different bar in Guadalajara, don't miss the opportunity to visit "Volvoreta" where you'll...

    0 by Desi, in Erasmus party Guadalajara, 8 days ago
  • Palazzo Pitti

    Palazzo Pitti Palazzo Pitti is well known as the Palace Pitti, which is Renaissance palace in Florence, Italy. Palazzo Pitti is located atfew distanceaway from the Ponte Vecchio and over the south part of the River Aron. Originally, the palacewas belongedto Luca Pitti,...

    0 by Crazy, in What to see Florence, 8 days ago
  • Sima sushi

    Sima sushi is one of these little, unsuspecting restaurants that look average on the outside and you always pass them without giving them a chance, but once you give them a try, you cannot stop eating there. The place offers both Japanese and Korean food, and their...

    0 by Katja, in Where to eat Dayton, 8 days ago
  • Capri, Italy

    Capri, Italy Capri is small beautiful island located near Napoli, Italy. Capri is a famous tourist attraction among Italians and non-Italians due to beautiful beach area, natural landscapes, Blue Grotto, Faraglioni, Marina Piccola, Anacapri etc. Due to the fact, Capri...

    0 by Crazy, in What to see Naples, 10 days ago
  • Hospital de Sant Pau

    This former Barcelona hospital, located in the district of El Guinardo, was founded in 1401. By the demographic and economic growth in the early nineteenth century, the architect Lluís Domènech Montanerconçut draws the plan for a new modernist hospital of which...

    0 by Mirabelle, in What to see Barcelona, 11 days ago
  • 'Ventano del Diablo'

    Approximately 30 kilometres away from Cuenca, in the middle of the mountain range, there's a great window from where you can see Júcar from the heights. It's 'Ventano del Diablo', a quirk of the nature or, what describes it better, a carved balcony on stone. Beneath...

    0 by Desi, in What to see Cuenca, 11 days ago

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