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Erasmus places

  • Toledo

    Helol guys, How was my Sunday? Fortunately for me, I am very interested in architecture and exploring new places, and my Erasmus society was interested in going to the old capital of Spain, about seventy kilometers from Madrid - the city called Toledo.  As I was...

    0 by Isidora, in What to do Toledo, one month ago
  • Piece Montee Workshop

    Living in Thessaloniki, makes it a city full of choices. But  if your more into cheap  and quality sweet flavors, then Piece Montee workshop is your place. Not downtown, but placed in Ano Toumpa region (connected with bus #14),  a small pastry shop made it's entrance...

    0 by Thomina, in Where to eat Thessaloniki, one month ago
  • Ypsilon

    Ypsilon , is a new entry in the city . It's a renovated place , shared in two seperated areas for any taste.  One room is more ideal for daily coffee meetings , smoke free and music just to have a bit of sound in the backround. You can enjoy quiet job meetings , or...

    0 by Thomina, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Thessaloniki, one month ago
  • The Blue Cup

    The Blue Cup is a coffee and coctail bar in Ladadika of Thessaloniki.  Based in a renovated place inin of one of the most beautiful listed buildings in the city, it is offering an elegant experience with varietal coffees speciality and handmade production methods. In...

    0 by Thomina, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Thessaloniki, one month ago
  • Castelo de São Jorge

    One sunny afternoon you can mount the small hill on top of which you'll find this charming castle. Try to do it on a normal day, not on a weekend or during holidays, because you will have more peace and quiet this way. The castle is one of the most iconic spots in the...

    0 by Amadea, in What to see Lisbon, one month ago
  • Oceanario

    Of course, Lisbon has many museums, galleries and other cultural delicacies to offer. Just walking around the streets you will see many wonders and monuments that are worth stopping for, ice cream shops that will become your new favourites or charming viewpoints and...

    0 by Amadea, in What to see Lisbon, one month ago
  • Ibiza

    Ibiza is known world-wide for its parties, atmosphere, for being a summer destination for many famous people, its neighbour Formentera, and a lot more... Those that have spent a lot of time living or spending summers in Ibiza say that it has changed a lot. Before, it...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Ibiza, one month ago
  • Ibiza

    This post is a continuation of Holidays in Ibiza Part 1. Here I'm going to tell you about the second time I went to Ibiza. On this occasion, we went in April and it was such good weather, we were bathing at the beach and there weren't the throngs of people that there...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Ibiza, one month ago
  • Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum)

    While in Lisbon, you should definitely visit one of its most beautiful museums: Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum). It is located close to the Tagus river in an ex-monastery, next to a beautiful chapel, full of beautifully painted traditional white and...

    0 by Amadea, in What to see Lisbon, one month ago
  • Persa Polis

    Persa polis is capital of Hakhamaneshi King in before. It is located in Iran and Near Shiraz Marvadsht city. It is complex of some Palaces and full of columns. It is simbol of Iranian Culture. Every one come to Iran doesn't lose to see it. Archaeological evidence shows...

    0 by Ali, in What to see Shiraz, one month ago
  • Delícias do Mar

    A great Chinese restaurant with good quality food such as sushi. Normally full so arrive early or reserve a table. Group menus depend on how much each person eats and drinks, so at times it's not that cost effective. It's ocated next to Vasco da Gama shopping centre...

    0 by Molly, in Where to eat Lisbon, one month ago
  • Quartieri Porta Nuova - Porta Garibaldi - Isola

    After the proclamation of the Italian Kingdom, Milano continued to reinforce in the first half of the 20th century its finance, commercial and industrial dominance over the rest of the country, and also in the European framework thanks to its favored location close to...

    0 by Catarina, in What to see Milan, one month ago
  • Where to eat in Praia a Mare

    Where to eat in Praia a Mare? Here is my ranking of the best restaurants in Praia a Mare: The typical Italian cuisine is very good ... and also the typical Calabrian cuisine is very good !!!In Praia a Mare there are a lot of restaurants! 1) In the first place, there is,...

    0 by Ever changing, in Where to eat Cosenza, one month ago
  • Where to eat in Perugia

    Where to eat in Perugia? Here is my ranking of the best restaurants in Perugia: The typical Italian cuisine is very good ... and also the typical Umbrian cuisine is very good !!!In Perugia there are many excellent restaurants! 1) Maybe...in the first place on my list of...

    0 by Ever changing, in Where to eat Perugia, one month ago
  • Language club

    Hello guys, After twelve hours that I spent at University on Thursday, I got a suggestion from other Erasmus colleagues from the University, to visit an event known as Language Club, called Meet and Speak. Completely tired of long day and infinite lectures of that day,...

    0 by Isidora, in What to do Madrid, one month ago
  • Where to eat in Bucharest

    Where to eat in Bucharest? Here is my ranking of the best restaurants in Bucharest: 1) The best restaurant in Bucharest is certainly the famous "Caru' cu bere". It is one of the oldest inns of the city, and it is considered a historical and architectural...

    0 by Ever changing, in Where to eat Bucharest, one month ago
  • Retiro Park

    Hello guys, Walking through the city, which contains a thousand faces and many sites, leads us to the Retiro Park whose appearance comes as oasis in center of city. As a person who has visited Central Park in New York, Hyde Park in London, one of the greatest parks in...

    0 by Isidora, in What to do Madrid, one month ago
  • Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre

    This exhibition/show has a collection of entirely mechanincal puppets that are made out of scrap materials, and provide commentary on 1990s glasgow and soviet union russia, as well as topics such as gender and class! Well worth a look! situated in the cultural hotbed...

    0 by Zoe, in What to see Glasgow, one month ago
  • Amphitheatre

    Hello everybody! I hope that you are well. Let me tell you that in my first days in Rimini, I started to walk to the centre and I found a weird park that I didn't know what it was until I got close. I was able to realise that is was one of the remains of the Roman...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Rimini, one month ago
  • nisantasi university

    I was for one and half year in Istanbul/Turkey.I did also an internship here connected with my department.This kind of program is giving amazing opportunity for students to improove their self in their study andd to learn more about the other culture's and to experience...

    0 by donika, in What to see Istanbul, one month ago

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