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Erasmus blog Salamanca

  • Monthly expenses in Salamanca

    I found a very interesting post on http://es.Erasmusu.com/ciudades/erasmus-salamanca.html on what to see in Salamanca and it has an interesting summary of the typical expenses of a Salamanca student. I've copied the image so that you can see the details: As I told you...

    0 , 6 years ago
  • The nightlife and the best party places in Salamanca

    Salamanca is a university city and as such, its centre is full of pubs, bars and party places. If you decide to spend your Erasmus here, I can guarantee that you will not get disappointed any bit from the nightlife, and you will have an eventful semester that you will...

    0 , 7 years ago
  • El Lunes de Aguas - or a rainy day with Spanish meat pie

    Spain has many traditions and many public holidays – even a little bit too much. The Semana Santa has just ended but they are already celebrating again: this time the so called Lunes de Aguas. Note that this tradition exist solely in the province of Salamanca. The...

    0 , 7 years ago
  • Semana Santa traditions in Salamanca

    Although the most famous Semana Santa celebration takes place in Sevilla, the one in Salamanca can also rightly deserve some recognition. Salamanca is full of tourists all year long, but still, Easter is regarded as one of the biggest events attracting probably the...

    0 , 7 years ago
  • Brazilian lunch on the second day of Semana Santa

    As I have indicated it in my previous post, I was planning to spend the second day of Semana Santa with my Brazilian friend preparing some traditional Brazilian food. I left home quite early so that I can help her with the cooking process and so that I can take notes...

    0 , 7 years ago
  • First day of Semana Santa

    I have found Spain to be a considerably religious country, and as such no wonder that Easter – or as they call it Semana Santa – is a very big deal here. Even if we are talking about the most important Christian holiday worldwide, I can clearly tell that it is...

    0 , 7 years ago
  • The big university guide

    As Salamanca is a university city, it is time to show you how many good opportunities you will have as a student, how many different things you can study. As I wrote it before, the University of Salamanca (or Universidad de Salamanca – USAL) was founded in 1218, which...

    0 , 7 years ago
  • 6 reasons to choose Salamanca as your Erasmus destination

    Being a former Erasmus student, I know that how your experience turns out to be depends on many different factors. One of these factors are the recipient country and city that can be very decisive. Ever since I got here, I was convinced that the best way to live in...

    0 , 7 years ago
  • Public transport and other ways to get around in Salamanca

    There are many things Salamanca is famous four, but the public transport does not belong to them. Salamanca is a city of drivers and pedestrians, but if the given situation doesn’t let you to be any of those, getting around can easily turn into a time-consuming...

    0 , 7 years ago
  • The Salamanca tourist guide

    I have been preparing this post for a long while now, because my intention was to give you a thorough tourist guidebook to Salamanca, but for that I needed to gather a series of information and take photos that had not been taken yet. So hereby I would like to present...

    0 , 8 years ago

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