Erasmus places

  • Upper Mustang

    Upper mustang trekking is a restricted and a popular remote area trekking destination in Nepal for scenic beauties of unique landscape, similar to Tibetan region, ancient Tibetan villages with hidden culture and ancient Tibetan Buddism monastery. For Detail...

    0 by Ram, in What to see Kathmandu, 1 day ago
  • Zhvania Clinic of Pediatry

    The introduction In this article I want to telll you about this clinic called Zhvania clinic, which is in Dighomi and it's a children's clinic, so that many people take their children there for consultations and analysis and stuff like that. They also do the...

    0 by D., in What to do Tbilisi, 1 day ago
  • Playa Nova Icaria

    Many of the tourists who come to Barcelona, if not all, do things according to the good weather of the city, and I am sure the Erasmus students do the same, which is why I am informing you all about a different beach in the middle of Barcelona, where you can have a...

    0 by Ria, in What to do Barcelona, 2 days ago
  • 140 grammi

    After 9 months in Sassari, this is one of my favourite places as you get good value for money! Cheap and big dishes, so you usually split them between two, or 2 dishes for 3 if you really want to get full. I spent very good moments there, such as the Valentine's day,...

    0 by Francisco José, in Where to eat Sassari, 3 days ago
  • Alcazares: Nautico Club restaurant

    Nautico Club and its 'Caldero' dish The Alcazares beach club is situated on the coast. It's a club which you can become a member of but it is quite expensive. If you are a member, you can use the deckchairs. However, even if you aren't a member, you should always go to...

    0 by Daniela, in Where to eat Murcia, 3 days ago
  • Istanbul Aquarium at Aqua Florya

    Istanbul is a city surrounded by water. Between the Bosphorus Strait that slices the city in half, the Black Sea in the North, and the Sea of Marmara at the South, the sea is a big deal in this large Turkish city. Have you ever wondered what lies beneath those blue...

    0 by Kaelin, in What to do Istanbul, 3 days ago
  • Emirgan

    The Tulip Festival, is held every April and is very beautiful! I would also like to thank the artist and band who's names I do not know; they embellished it with their beautiful voices. #Istanbul #lale #festival #tulip Emirgan is one of the best places to visit when you...

    0 by Erdem, in What to see Istanbul, 4 days ago
  • Das Boot

    Have you ever seen a disco on the river Meno in a German charming city like Würzburg?  The name "Das Boot" comes from the fact that it's a disco club-vessel on the river Meno located near the main municipal art museum of Wurzburg called Kulturspeicher!! It is open...

    0 by Anna Lucia, in Erasmus party Würzburg, 4 days ago
  • Central Bank of Lithuania

    The Bank of Lithuania (Lithuanian: Lietuvos Bankas) is the central bank of the Republic of Lithuania. The Bank of Lithuania is a member of the European System of Central Banks. The chairman of the bank is Vitas Vasiliauskas. Until 2015, the Bank of Lithuania...

    0 by Nancy, in What to see Vilnius, 4 days ago
  • park

     Nairobi National Park, the first game reserve in Kenya, so unique. Located just a few kilometers south of the city, this national park is the only protected area in the world that sits so close to a nation’s capital. Visitors are likely to spot black rhinos, lions,...

    0 by samson, in What to see Nairobi, 4 days ago
  • Senoji Kibininė

    Actually I'm a vegan, that's why I didn't taste any national food, especially Kibinai. But that doesnt matter, I don't regret- I will sure come back here, when visiting Trakai again.  My team members tastes the best kibinine ever with the beautiful view of trakai...

    0 by Nancy, in Where to eat Trakai, 5 days ago
  • La Bellevilloise

    La Bellevilloise is alternative kind of place where you find not only a restaurant, but also a range of concerts for a variety of tastes and night out unlike any other. Almost every night of the week there's something different on the schedule, and this is always...

    0 by Ab, in Erasmus party Paris, 5 days ago
  • Cafe Sperl

      Well you're in Vienna, one of the best cities in the world, you've seen Schönbrunn Palace, St. Stephen's Cathedral etc. and now it's time for a break and having some peace and quiet time. Let's take you to the Cafe Sperl, takes place in movies and literature also...

    0 by Alper, in Where to eat Vienna, 5 days ago
  • Süti nem Süti

      One of the original and cozy places I've ever seen. You can watch them while they're preparing their delicious homemade cakes. Kaffee und kuchen, that's what Germans say, so go there at 4pm, get your book, your cake and your coffe, take a moment to yourself, enjoy...

    0 by Alper, in Where to eat Szeged, 5 days ago
  • La BODEGUITA de Marisol

    La BODEGUITA de Marisol is a Catalan-Cuban bar in the heart of the emblematic district of Gracia. Here you can drink the best mojitos in Barcelona, with the best Latin music: salsa, merengue, bachata and the best reggaeton. Every Erasmus who visits on behalf of this...

    0 by Maria , in Erasmus party Barcelona, 5 days ago
  • Café Ítaca

    The cafe 'Ítaca' is a fairly special establishment. It's situated right in the heart of Murcia and especially in the 'tascas' area; an area very much visited by the local and Erasmus students alike. There are many kinds of bars and cafes in this area but this cafe is...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Murcia, 5 days ago
  • Murcia's flea market

    If you are in search of old, rare, useful (or not) objects or if you're simply missing Sunday morning markets in Murcia, I recommend going near to the Paseo de Malecón at that moment in time. Basically second hand dealers have recently set up there to sell antiques....

    0 by Beth, in What to see Murcia, 5 days ago
  • El Salamanca

    Our tour guide recomended me and my friends tovisitthis restaurant. We were told that they serve tasty paella and local drink called Cava. I can say that it was the best choice we made visiting El Salamanca. The staff here is very friendly and actually cares about...

    0 by Myroslava, in Where to eat Barcelona, 6 days ago
  • Las tascas

    In Murcia, what we call the 'Tascas' bring together the narrow and pedestrianised streets which are located to the right of the Merced, (the university of law and literature) when you're opposite it. These streets cross over and are full of cafes and bars which fill up...

    0 by Beth, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Murcia, 6 days ago
  • El jardín de Oli

    If you're fed up of classic tapas bars where you can eat loads at a cheap price but not necessarily for quality or complex preparations, I recommend you to go to Jardin d'Oli which is very different from these traditional bars. We are here in a range of slightly more...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Murcia, 6 days ago

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