Erasmus places

  • Sticky Fingers BBQ

    In Leuven there is plenty of burgers restaurant. Maybe even too many, since they are often 50 meters away from one another. I tried few of them: Huis de burgers, Burger folie, Babo's. But no one is as good as Sticky Fingers BBQ. Sticky Fingers is already great starting...

    0 by Gaia, in Where to eat Leuven, one hour ago
  • Clivo di Scauro

    Clivo di Scauro is a hidden street close to the Colosseum. Even if it's that close to one of the main touristic places in Rome, it feels like it's so far away, as it's silent, calm, so much different from the rest of the center in Rome. This old road is probably 6th...

    0 by Gaia, in What to see Rome, 21 hours ago
  • Tumski bridge

    Tumski Bridge is one of many bridges in Wrocław but it is special, as it's known as a bridge of lovers. The nickname comes from the tradition of putting locks with lovers names or initials at the sides of the bridge, so that you're relationship would survive forever....

    0 by Karolina, in What to see Wroclaw, 2 days ago
  • Het Strand

    Het Strand (means The Beach) is literally above the cinema! It's in a small square right above one of the cinemas in Leuven, and at a first sight from the street, it's not really clear how you can get there!  The position is strategic, if it wasn't a square it would...

    0 by Gaia, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Leuven, 2 days ago
  • Ribs sculpture

    I can assume that each big city has some odd work of art hidden somewhere and here is one of them in Wrocław. It was finished not so long ago, I guess around two years and it was a controversy from the beginning. People couldn't believe how the city could spend more...

    0 by Karolina, in What to see Wroclaw, 2 days ago
  • Venice, Italy.

    I have been only on short - one day trip in Venezia with my Erasmus friends but I think  one day or a weekend is enough to see everything worth visiting there. First impression is like from the movies - city on water, small canals with gondolas passing by everywhere....

    0 by Karolina, in What to see Venice, 2 days ago
  • Gelateria del teatro

    Gelateria del Teatro is one of the places with famous Italian ice cream - gelato. It is not the oldest most traditional or the most known gelateria in Rome, but it definitely has the best ice cream I have ever eaten. So, personally I would come back there anytime! It is...

    0 by Karolina, in Where to eat Rome, 2 days ago
  • Dijlepark

    Dijlepark is a little garden, close do the Beguinage in Leuven. It has a small old bridge over a little lake, ducks and frogs populate it, and you would hardly see a human soul. There is a cute old bar next to it, and passing it by you'll get to the wonderful Beguinage...

    0 by Gaia, in What to see Leuven, 2 days ago
  • Navigli

    Navigli is an area close to the canals in Milan, surrounded by plenty of cozy cafes and bars, perfect to spend evenings in. Italy is known for their culture of aperitivo and spending evenings dining together, enjoying meals, drinks, and long conversations for hours. You...

    0 by Karolina, in Where to eat Milan, 4 days ago
  • Duomo

    The main cathedral of Milan, situated in the Piazza del Duomo in the most central point of the city, is one of the most beautiful churches I have ever seen. The building looks very impressive from the outside but it is also worth to buy a ticket and visit it inside....

    0 by Karolina, in What to see Milan, 4 days ago
  • Magnum Pleasure Store

    Magnum Pleasure Store, as a name suggests, is an amazing experience involving delicious ice cream and a lot of belgian chocolate. Just by looking at the pictures, I wish I could go back there! It is a good alternative to traditional Italian gelato. It is not only...

    0 by Karolina, in Where to eat Milan, 4 days ago
  • Kız Kulesi

    The Maiden's Tower(as its another name) This is a very old and a historical place.And i love the look,the location and the view around it... The tower has been standing since The Byzantine Period.So the tower is least 2500 years old.And as the tail says there was a big...

    0 by Kübra, in What to see Istanbul, 4 days ago
  • Ortaköy Mosque

    Ortaköy Mosque/Square This place is in Ortaköy.Very close to The Bosphorus Bridge.This is 1 of the reasons why it is so beautiful... The mosque is right underneath the bridge.I love the feeling of that you look up and see the giant bridge above you. Istanbul Bosphorus...

    0 by Kübra, in What to see Istanbul, 4 days ago
  • Huqqa

    Huqqa Restaurant  This restaurant is very nice located.Right by the bosphorus and easy to reach. What To Eat They have enogh varieties of food and coffee.As i know they do not have any alcoholic drinks,they have cocktails on the menu but rather than that they dont...

    0 by Kübra, in Where to eat Istanbul, 5 days ago
  • Vestre Fjord Park

    Vestre Fjord Park is the coolest park for the sunny weather in Aalborg. It is basically a city beach, located not so far from the city center, by the fjord and just next to the biggest place with street food in Aalborg.  It is a city park, so the entrance is...

    0 by Karolina, in What to do Aalborg, 5 days ago
  • Yıldız Restaurant

    A Restaurant By The Bosphorus This restauraant is located by The Bridge (Fatif Sultan Mehmet Bridge) and The Bosphorus.An stunning view at day or night. You love and enjoy sitting there.Food is nice.Not super expensive but not average too.Depends how much you like to...

    0 by Kübra, in Where to eat Istanbul, 5 days ago
  • Leb-i Derya

    LEB-İ DERYA MEYHANE Although it is mentioned as tavern(a traditional place to drink and have live music) but it has a very modern,nice decoration.We loved the ambiance there.I do not like very crowded,noisy and dancing people around(pretty much a touristic place) This...

    0 by Kübra, in Where to eat Istanbul, 5 days ago
  • Santa Monica Peer

    The Santa Monica Peer is one of the coolest places I have visited in the United States of America. Maybe that's also the case because I have visited that place also in Grand Theft Auto :D I didn't know before that this place exists for real. Sometimes the kid inside...

    0 by Dangerous, in What to do Los Angeles, 6 days ago
  • Chocolateria San Gines

    When I was in the 9.th grade of high school (about 2012) I was doing a trip with my class to Madrid. We have been there for almost 2 weeks. What we really wanted to try were churros. So we were on the streets asking somebody where we can eat churros, or more like "where...

    0 by Dangerous, in Where to eat Madrid, 8 days ago
  • Ambiente Tapas Restaurants

    Here it strikes again.Yep.Your PESD (Post-Erasmus Stress Disorder) hits again, and you end up roaming around streets of Hull longing that feeling you had last year. But here it doesn’t feel quite like Sevilla. To be honest, not even close. Post-Erasmus stress disorder...

    0 by Michal, in Where to eat Leeds, 8 days ago

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