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Erasmus places

  • Wild & The Moon - Saint-Honorée

    For my first recommendation, I had to write about this Parisian cafe where I spent most of my time this year: Wild & The Moon. This organic and gluten free restaurant chain is getting bigger and bigger in Paris with currently 7 restaurants open. According to the...

    0 by Holly, in Where to eat Paris, 6 months ago
  • Parque de la amistad in Surco

    Hello everyone! I hope every one of you is well. In the Surco district, you can find a very interesting place to visit: el Parque de la Amistad (literally the Friendship Park). It was considered the district’s main stronghold. source A great atmosphere to have fun It...

    0 by Mira, in What to see Lima, 6 months ago
  • Carnival

    What is this event about? I'm branching off from what I have been speaking about recently, to focus on one of the legendary parties in Spain which can't be ignored, although it's already been a few weeks since it took place. I'm talking about the Carnival of...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus party Cadiz, 6 months ago
  • Serdika

    Serdika is The first place that I have visited in Sofia, it is the center or the heart of the capital Sofia.. The most interesting thing there is that there is a great sign of peace and love which means "we have to respect other people believes and civilisations.. You...

    0 by Yosra, in What to see Sofia, 6 months ago
  • Bungee jumping

    Going on erasmus I’d vaguely imagined that I was going to have a few adventures. And then people told me that it was going to be the best year of my life, that it was gonna be amazing etc… But until you get there you don’t really know that. In the end, it was a...

    0 by Hannah, in What to do Murcia, 6 months ago
  • Pouya

    If you want to Travel Baku you must heard about the Old city.One of the most famous tourist attractions in Baku is that it is not possible to travel to Baku and not visit it.A large number of tourist and historical attractions are all gathered together and you have to...

    0 by pouya, in What to see Baku, 6 months ago
  • All'Antico Vinaio

    All’Antico Vinaio Every time I go to Florence (so quite often), 'All'Antico Vinaio' is the first thing I think of. Sometimes I even think about it when I'm not in Florence; sometimes I dream about it at night. For those who still haven't been, All'Antico Vinaio is a...

    0 by Sophie, in Where to eat Florence, 6 months ago
  • Composeyourmusic

    Is the perfect place to start creating your own music ! I loved the experience. I always thought I wouldn't be good at writting music, but actually, with the right tools I've been able to create real music ! It has been trully awesome. Also you can do online, so theres...

    0 by Izzy, in What to do London, 7 months ago
  • Peñón del Cuervo

    The Peñón del Cuervo beach takes its name from the rock which is situated in the sea (which is indeed called Peñón del Cuervo), and it's about six kilometres from the centre of Malaga, just after the beach El Palo. It's a tranquil place and away from the...

    0 by Holly, in What to see Malaga, 7 months ago
  • Chocolate Amatller

    One of the main attractions in Barcelona is the Casa Batlló, on the famous Paseo de Gracia. Next door is another building of lesser fame but no less important, called Casa Amatller. This building was built around 1900 and was the work of a famous Spanish architect, a...

    0 by Emily, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Barcelona, 7 months ago
  • Bagel Corner

    Bagel Corner You don't know what to eat in Place de la Comédie? I would propose you to eat some Bagel at Bagel Corner. I've been there twice sine I am in Montpellier. It is opposite Place de la Comédie. It's a delicious meal and they provide good service. It's quite...

    0 by Nadia, in Where to eat Montpellier, 7 months ago
  • Bagel Corner

    Bagel Corner You don't know what to eat in Place de la Comédie? I would propose you to eat some Bagel at Bagel Corner. I've been there twice sine I am in Montpellier. It is opposite Place de la Comédie. It's a delicious meal and they provide good service. It's quite...

    0 by Nadia, in Where to eat Montpellier, 7 months ago
  • Piano Lessons London by WKMT

    This is a great place to keep your musical shape.You can take piano lessons without a minimum number and paying as you prefer. They offer practice rooms, as well as recording rooms.If you are looking for a place to keep your music practice going, it is woth considering...

    0 by Ivan, in What to do London, 7 months ago
  • Valentino Park

    Valentine's Park is a beautiful historical park with big gardens where you can play with your kids, or you can read a book in peace, or you can walk with your dog.There are two gardens with a lot of flowers like roses and wisteria. During summer time you can have a...

    0 by Giovanna, in What to see Turin, 7 months ago
  • Lello & Irmão bookshop

    Right in the heart of Porto is one of the oldest bookshops in Portugal: the Lello & Irmão bookshop. Not far from the Largo do Carmo square, along a tree-lined street leading to the Clérigos Church, Lello & Irmão is found in an elegant building, dating from the early...

    0 by Emily, in What to see Porto, 7 months ago
  • Christmas Market

    Strasbourg is known as the capital's Christmas Market. Every year, from 24th November to 25th December Strasbourg is lightened and liven up. There is a giant Christmas tree erected in the heart of Place Kruger, one of the main squares in the town. The Christmas tree is...

    0 by Nadia, in What to see Strasbourg, 7 months ago
  • Cactus Café

    Cactus Café is a very friendly coffee shop in the district of Lyon Old Town, close to Saint Paul station. It is easily accessible by public transport, you can take the metro Line D and get off at Vieux Lyon or take the Line A and get off at Hôtel de Ville (then you...

    0 by Nadia, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Lyon, 7 months ago
  • Holmenkollen

    When you get there you probably won't have a clue what they're telling you about, but when you leave you'll definitely tell everybody you know about it. I'm talking about Holmenkollen, my dear Erasmusites, an absolute must-see for when you're in Oslo. Holmenkollen is a...

    0 by Anthony, in What to see Oslo, 7 months ago
  • Dead Chicken Alley

    In this experience post I'm going to tell you about one of the loveliest and most storied places in Berlin: Dead Chicken Alley. The alley is located at 39 Rosenthaler Str. , which is about a 15-minute walk from the famous Alexanderplatz. It might not seem all that hard...

    0 by Anthony, in What to see Berlin, 7 months ago
  • At the Petit Café Rose

    This coffee shop is in the corner of rue Chevreul and rue de Marseille, two steps from the university (by the campus on the quays), so you can't miss it: indeed, as indicated by its name, it stands out from the greyness of the surrounding buildings as it's pink, a well...

    0 by Nadia, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Lyon, 7 months ago

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