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Erasmus blog Portugal

  • Roadtrip Along the Vicentine Coast

    In my friend group, it is common for us, in the summer, to do a roadtrip along the Vicentine Coast. It is a plan that never gets old because It isn't expensive There are always different places to explore We never get tired of the beauty of the coast! I have already...

    0 by Vivian, 3 months ago
  • The amazing colours of Portugal

    You surely have heard that in Portugal there are some amazing sunsets, maybe the most beautiful in Western Europe. Thanks to its geographic location, one could also say a strategic location, Portugal indeed enjoys some fascinating, romantic and unforgettable sunsets....

    0 by Aurora, 6 months ago
  • Tips about Portugal's Mobility

    Are you going to Portugal? Whether you're up to a trip with your family and friends or you're about to do an Erasmus experience, you need to get by with transports. A journey imples airflights, taxi, bus and every possible means of transportation. Don't fret, you're in...

    0 by Cecilia, 7 months ago
  • Harry Potter and the Portuguese Background

    Who hasn't heard of the famous wizard, Harry Potter? It's almost impossible for him to have escaped your notice - this boy of wizarding fame is worshipped and adored the world over. When I think of Harry Potter, amongst the first things to come to mind are Hogwarts...

    0 by Emily, 7 months ago
  • 3 towns in the North of Portugal for a weekend getaway

    3 towns in the North of Portugal for a weekend getaway Hello everyone! Today we will keep talking about Portugal and now I want to tell you about 3 places that are perfect for a weekend getaway. As I live in Galicia, travelling to the North of Portugal is really easy...

    0 by Olivia, 8 months ago
  • Spending Christmas Eve in Portugal

    Like everywhere else, Christmas in Portugal requires lots of festivities and decorations in each and every city of the country. Be prepared to see lots of presépios, which are religious nativity scenes presented on souvenirs or on various other materials, which made...

    0 by Alexandrina, 8 months ago
  • Braga in a day

    Hello once again! Today I am going to talk about Braga, a city which is situated in the North of Portugal. I went there in 2017 with two of my friends. We did a small route around Portugal, passing through some towns and Braga was our final destination. We were only...

    0 by Olivia, 8 months ago
  • La Fortaleza, Viana do Castelo and Tui.

    La Fortaleza Hello again everyone! In today's post, I'm going to tell you about La Fortaleza. I really wanted to share about this location because, although it is not too far from where I live, it still involves leaving the country and entering another. It means...

    0 by hernaldo, 8 months ago
  • My 3 days in Terceira Island, the Azores

    Terceira is part of the Azores islands and is considered to be the third island that was found from the archipelago. The island was also an important stop for all the voyage ships during the time of the discoveries and the traders too. Not to mention the wars that...

    0 by Alexandrina, 11 months ago
  • Gerês: a paradise in the North of Portugal

    Gerês, a paradise in the North of Portugal Hello everyone! Today I'm back here with a blog talking to you about a Natural Park in Portugal. It is called the Peneda-Gerês National Park and it is located in the North of Portugal, very close to the border with Galicia,...

    0 by Olivia, one year ago
  • Everything you need to know about Portugal

    Source What can a Brazilian say about Portugal, apart from mentioning it as our country's coloniser? There are so many jokes from throughout the years about our origins that consequently could, at first glance, cloud your judgement and stop Portugal from being one of...

    0 by Aimee, one year ago
  • Pingo Doce Student Card

    Student or not, everyone likes saving money when shopping. There is nothing more frustrating than buying something which you could have bought for half price, or at least, with some sort of discount. So that you can save a bit of money for the end of the month, I am...

    0 by Alex, one year ago
  • How to learn Portuguese and some basic Portuguese words

    It's very easy to find Portuguese people in the street who speak English, so don't worry too much if you don't know how to speak Portuguese, you'll be okay. However, if you come to Portugal with Erasmus, why not learn our language? It is always worthwhile. After...

    0 by Alex, one year ago
  • A taste of Portuguese sweets

    Hello dear readers comma this time around we are going to talk about something that I discovered from my trip in Portugal this past summer. The subject of the matter is food and in particular desserts. From what my Portuguese friend explain to me and also from what I...

    0 by nahom, one year ago
  • First time in Portuguese stadium

    Portugal is known to be a country where football is the number one sport in the category of collective sports. Many international players were actually originated from Portugal such as the famous player Cristinao Ronaldo, in my personal opinion I like especially the...

    0 by Marwa, one year ago
  • Traditions, Food and music

    One of the most original and awesome tradition in Portugal is the gastronomy that I discovered by tasting different variety of food in many beautiful and great restaurants in Lisbon, Porto and Braga. 1- Cod fish The first plate that stood out in front of me and that...

    0 by Marwa, one year ago
  • Arriving in Portugal

    My story began when i was accepted in an internship program in the most amazing and beautiful european country Portugal. Localised in the in southwestern Europe and borded by the north atlantic ocean, it includes other islands such as the Açores and Madeira. My...

    0 by Marwa, one year ago
  • What's so similar between Portugal and Romania

    Bucharest and Porto are the capitals of two countries situated at the very East and West of Europe. Although situated at opposite corners of the continent, Romania and Portugal are not as different in culture and local’s behavior since they are both part of the Latin...

    1 by Lavinia, 2 years ago
  • Tomar, kayak and Acueduct of Pegões

    If you want to have a fun and full sport day in Tomar you just have to live  this two great experiences. Kayaking in Nabão river! Thanks to our great ESN team we could have a great time doing kayaking in the Nabão river, it was really nice and the nature there, the...

    0 by Verónica, 2 years ago
  • Fast trip to Coimbra

    This trip was my very first in Portugal. I have been here since September, and this trip was the 15, I had just met three amazing Erasmus girls and decided to go.  How to go to Coimbra We decided to take a train. Here in portugal you have the CP (Comboios de...

    0 by Verónica, 2 years ago

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